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Interpreter Training

The interpreter training program is designed to develop fluency in American Sign Language and to prepare interpreters to function in a variety of interpreting situations with persons who are deaf and hard-of-hearing.

Mainstreaming in public school classrooms and increased post-secondary opportunities for deaf and hard-of-hearing students have led to an expanding need for and use of educational interpreters to convey concepts and vocabulary in a wide range of academic and career disciplines. There is also a demand for interpreters in private practice for settings such as medical, legal, mental health and social services.

OSU-Oklahoma City offers an Associate of Science in American Sign Language degree and an Associate of Applied Science in Sign Language Interpretation degree. The Associate of Science in American Sign Language provides coursework that serves as a foundation for a bachelor’s degree in areas such as deaf education, speech pathology and audiology, interpreter training or any area where signing skills are needed.

Resources

Deaf Student Services

Discover Interpreting

Essential Functions of an Interpreter

Degree Sheet(s)

Degree Sheet (PDF)American Sign Language A.S.

Degree Sheet (PDF)Sign Language Interpretation A.A.S.

For More Information Contact:

Ben Davis
Department Head, Interpreter Training
3401 W. Reno, HSEC 144
(405) 945-3288
ben.davis10@osuokc.edu

Human Services Education Center
3401 W. Reno Ave.
Oklahoma City, OK 73107