Professor: Elisa Maroney
Associate professor: Amanda Smith
Coordinator: Erin Trine
To prepare its graduates to enter the profession of interpreting.
- Demonstrate the academic foundation and world knowledge essential to effective interpreting.
- Analyze communication situations and apply appropriate problem solving approaches as needed.
- Interpret accurately between American Sign Language and English and collaborate effectively in a variety of settings and across a range of subject matter.
Acceptance into the interpreting program is required for all INT 300- and INT 400-level courses except ASL 353 and ASL 429 . Applications for admission are typically due during winter term for admission the following fall.
Third-year ASL language courses, INT 254 , INT 260 and ASL 353 , are considered prerequisites to admission. All 300-level courses should be successfully completed before enrolling in INT 441 .
Interpreting majors must have a grade of B or better in courses that are used to satisfy the major requirement.