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Bachelor of Arts in Interpretation: ASL/English

BA Interpreting: ASL/English

Bachelor of Arts Degree Requirements (124 hours)

Required major/minor:

  • BA in Interpreting: ASL/English (106 hours)
  • Minor in Educational Interpreting (18 hours)
UALR Core Curriculum 44 hours total

See the UALR Undergraduate Catalog for course options and details.

Major Requirements 62 hours total
Sign Language Studies - 23 hours consisting of :
Foundation Courses - 9 hours consisting of :
Interpreting Courses - 23 hours consisting of:

† QAST Level I/I prerequisite to INTR 4330, 4346, 4358 and 4370.

Internship Course - 7 hours consisting of:

† Completion of all interpretation, university core, and minor courses as prerequisite to INTR 4770 Internship.

Minor Requirements 18 hours total

The minor in Educational Interpreting is required for the Interpretation BA degree-seeking students and incorporates 18 hours of study specific to interpreting in elementary, secondary, and post-secondary educational settings. The program is designed to provide students majoring in Interpretation with the special skills necessary for interpreting in K-12 educational settings. The program of study includes:

For more information on this degree, please refer to the Interpreter Education Program brochure.

Updated 8.26.2014