Language & Communications Pathways
Communicating with others across all languages and mediums plays an important role in our society. The professional world has many opportunities for individuals with an ability to use written and oral communications to influence others.
This degree will help students develop knowledge about American Sign Language, cultural impacts related to being deaf or hard of hearing and the state of Nevada statutory regulations that govern interpreting. Students will prepare for a variety of careers including teaching, social work, psychology, speech and language pathology or any career that interacts with the deaf.
Degrees & Certificates
This course of study prepares students to take the Educational Interpreter Performance Assessment or the National Interpreter Certification Exam.