Workforce Development Certificate
This program is designed to prepare students who have already obtained an associate or bachelor’s degree in another field for a career in interpreting for persons who are deaf or hard of hearing. The program emphasizes the acquisition of American Sign Language, the appreciation of Deaf Culture and the process of interpreting and transliterating. The courses are designed to prepare the student to take the interpreter certification tests and to work in entry-level positions as an interpreter in the public schools, colleges and universities, social service agencies and/or private practice.
Degree Awarded: Certificate of Achievement
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Liberal Arts/Community Services Division: Northeast:
Interpreter Education 41 hours
INED 1363 American Sign Language I
*INED 1373 American Sign Language II
INED 1413 Deaf Culture and History
INED 1423 Introduction to Interpreting
*INED 2213 ASL to English Interpreting I
*INED 2233 ASL to English Interpreting II
*INED 2393 Interpreting I
*INED 2403 Interpreting II
*INED 2414 American Sign Language III
*INED 2443 Interpreting in Specialized Settings
*INED 2524 American Sign Language IV
*INED 2613 Interpreting III
*INED 2643 Interpreting Internship
Total Credit Hours: 41
*Course has prerequisite (See course description section of catalog).
General education requirements can be found at: www.tulsacc.edu/gened.