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Bachelor of Arts in Interpretation: ASL/English

ASL as Second Language

BA Students

Students seeking a BA degree are required to complete a 2000-level second language course or demonstrate equivalent proficiency as measured by a competency test (ASL Placement Test).

  • INTR 1320 - ASL I
  • INTR 1321 - ASL II
  • INTR 2320 - ASL III

BSE Students

Students seeking a BSE in Early Childhood Education are required to complete 3 hours of a second language and 3 hours of English as a Second Language.

  • INTR 1320 - ASL I

Students seeking a BSE in Middle Childhood Education are required to complete 6 hours of a second language or English as a Second Language in any combination or level.

  • INTR 1320 - ASL I
  • INTR 1321 - ASL II

BSW Students

Students seeking a BSW degree are required to complete the elementary I and II levels of a second language sequence of courses (Foreign Language 1311 and 1312 or Interpretation 1320 and 1321) or demonstrate equivalent proficiency as measured by a competency test.

  • INTR 1320 - ASL I
  • INTR 1321 - ASL II
Updated 9.4.2013