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Certification and Licensing Preparation: 2015–2016 Catalog Year

Deaf Studies: Interpreting

Certification and Licensing Preparation

This course of study prepares students to take the Educational Interpreter Performance Assessment or the National Interpreter Certification Exam. Upon successful completion, students will be better qualified for a variety of careers including teaching, social work, pschology, speech and language pathology or any career that interacts with the Deaf.

Upon successful course completion, with a grade of C or better, WNC will issue a certificate of completion for the course(s) of study.

Total Requirements: 25 Units (Credits)

Course Requirements
First Semester  Units (Credits)
AM 149 American Sign Language V 4
AM 201 Interpreting I 3
AM 215 Conversational ASL 4
Second Semester  Units (Credits)
AM 150 American Sign Language VI 4
AM 202 Interpreting II 3
AM 216 Receptive ASL 4
Third Semester  Units (Credits)
AM 203 Interpreting III 3

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