Bachelor of Science
The deaf studies program provides quality instruction and vocational training in American Sign Language and English interpreting. Candidates will gain the theoretical and practical skills necessary to succeed in a career providing linguistic access to people who can hear typically and to people who are deaf, hard of hearing, d/DeafBlind, and d/Deaf+. Upon completion of the program, candidates will possess the entry level skills necessary to work as a qualified interpreter in a variety of settings and prepared to pursue graduate studies in a related discipline.
The degree can be completed on campus or via distance learning. There are unique proficiency assessment requirements and they can be found in the catalog.