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Bachelor of Arts in Interpretation: ASL/English


Sign Language Studies Minor

The Sign Language Studies Minor is available to students pursuing majors at UALR other than a major in Interpretation who desire a knowledge base in sign language, deaf culture, interpretation, and deafness-related information. The minor requires 18 hours of coursework.

Required courses:

Select Six Hours from the Following:

Students interested in becoming professional interpreters for persons who are deaf, deaf-blind, or hard of hearing will need additional course work beyond the requirements of this minor. For more information, refer to the Interpreter Education Program brochure.

Educational Interpreting Minor

The minor in Educational Interpreting is required for the students seeking the BA Degree in Interpretation: ASL/English. The minor 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:

Updated 8.28.2013