About ASL/English Interpreting

The ASL/English Interpreting Program prepares students to work with children and adults who are Deaf or have a hearing loss. We prepare students to work in K-12 and/or community. Graduates can receive licensure from the State of Ohio to interpret in pre-K-12, if they so choose. There is also an option to only do the community-only concentration, which includes medical and mental health venues, social service offices, video relay, religious, and employment, etc.

The Kent State ASL/English Interpreting Program is an intensive major, challenging and preparing students for this dynamic field of sign language interpreting.  All of our instructors are nationally certified with extensive and diverse careers as interpreters. The KSU ASL/English Interpreting Program prepares students by developing expertise in a variety of areas, including the following:

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