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ASL-English Interpreting - 57 Credits 1718 Catalog
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**Students are required to have 122 distinct credits for graduation**


*Students must complete the appropriate ASL I-V pre-requisite courses with a grade of C or higher, or demonstrate equivalent experience for instructor waiver of pre-req before they can register for designated courses. **Students must earn a final grade of C or higher to continue on in their sequence of major courses.


Required Courses: 51.00 credits

Course Course Title Credit Semester Completed Grade Earned Substitutions
ASL 101 Career Seminar in ASL Studies 3.00
** ASL 120 Deaf Culture -D 3.00
ASL 220 Ethics and Decision Making - E 3.00
* ASL 345 American Sign Language VI 3.00
* ** ASL 425 Linguistics of American Sign Lang 3.00
* ASL 430 ASL Literature 3.00
* ITP 211 Theory of Interpretation 3.00
* ITP 217 Comparative Translation 3.00
** ITP 301 Interpreting I 3.00
** ITP 310 Interpreting in Advanced Settings I 3.00
** ITP 351 Interpreting II 3.00
** ITP 375 Interpreting III 3.00
** ITP 380 Interpreting IV 3.00
** ITP 410 Interpreting in Advanced Setting II 3.00
** ITP 450 Senior Capstone 3.00
** ITP 451 Field Practicum I 3.00
** ITP 452 Field Practicum II 3.00

Required Electives: 3.00 credits

Course Hours Semester Completed Grade Earned Substitutions
Social Service Elective - 3 Credits 3.00
PSY 221 Educational Psychology -S 3.00
PSY 226 Child and Adolescent Development -S 3.00
SCA 353 Race and Ethnicity -D 3.00
SWK 273 Crime Victimization in America 3.00
SWK 274 Mental Health Services & Policies 3.00
SWK 316 Human Behavior in the Environment I 3.00
SWK 317 Human Behavior in Environment II 3.00
SWK 338 Social Welfare Policy 3.00
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Grammar/Rhetoric Elective - 3 Credits 3.00
ENG 222 Introduction to Rhetoric -L 3.00
ENG 301 Grammar and Syntax 3.00
ENG 411 Rhetorical Analysis and Criticism 3.00
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Academic Catalog 17-18