Earn a Bachelor's COMDDE Degree - ASL/English Interpreting Track from USU-Salt Lake
Utah State University (USU) has established a track in American Sign Language Interpreting, which is an Associate-to-Bachelor's Degree (BS) in the Communication Disorders and Deaf Education Department. Courses are provided online and at the USU-Salt Lake Center. All upper division courses are offered online and 3 American Sign Language Interpreting courses are offered face-to-face. Following completion of an Associate of Arts (AA) or an Associate of Applied Sciences (AAS) degree in American Sign Language Interpreting completion of bachelor degree requires approximately 40 credit hours. Students can enroll full-time or part-time.
Available only through USU-Salt Lake, this bachelor's degree could be your next step once you've earned an AAS or AS in American Sign Language Interpreting.
Why Earn a Bachelor's Degree?
Bachelor's degree completion is a required to taking the National Interpreting Certification (NIC) through the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID). This degree builds on student interpreting skills to prepare future professionals in the exciting field of American Sign Language Interpreting.
- AA, AS or AAS in ASL/English Interpreting
- B- or better in AA, AS or AAS coursework
- 3.0 GPA for admission to USU
- 3.0 GPA required for graduation
- Minimum of 40 credit hours