American Sign Language and Interpreter Studies
Associate of Arts - Concentration
Learn pre-interpreting skills such as cognitive processing and translation. This program includes lecture and laboratory skills. Students will develop the intralingual skills needed to analyze discourse in English and American Sign Language.
Program/Major/Concentration Codes: AOALIBRALART/ALA/ASLI
What can I do with this degree?
Academic Options: Complete a bachelor's degree in Special Education & Rehabilitation - Deaf Studies emphasis at the University of Arizona. This program may transfer to other institutions, but some required courses may not transfer.
Program Requirements 2017-2018
Arizona General Education Curriculum Requirements (AGEC-A)
This section lists general education requirements that are not fulfilled by core or support courses.* Also select courses to fulfill the I and G requirements from the categories below.** A grade of C or better is required for graduation.
|Humanities and Fine Arts||6|
|Biological and Physical Sciences||8|
|Social and Behavioral Sciences||6|
Required Core Courses
A grade of C or better is required for graduation.
|Course #||Course Title||Credits|
|ASL 101||American Sign Language I||4|
|ASL 102||American Sign Language II||4|
|ASL 200||Introduction to the Deaf Community||3|
|ASL 201||American Sign Language III||4|
|ASL 202||American Sign Language IV||4|
|ASL 203||Comparative Analysis of ASL and English||3|
|ASL 215||ASL Literature: Narratives||3|
|ITP 201||Ethics and Social Justice of Interpreting||3|
|ITP 211||Fundamentals of Interpreting I||3|
|ITP 212||Fundamentals of Interpreting II||3|
* Other general education requirements are fulfilled by core and support courses: Other Requirements - ASL 101 & 102 fulfills this requirement.
** ASL 201 fulfills the C requirement. The I and G requirement should be fulfilled by selecting appropriate courses.