What Can You Do With A Major In Sign Language/English Interpreting

 

The American Sign Language/English Interpreting Program is dedicated to preparing individuals who can interact in a positive and supportive manner with members of the American Deaf Community. The Program is committed to providing opportunities that will allow them to acquire the linguistic, cognitive and ethical decision-making skills as well as the socio-cultural knowledge necessary to serve as professional ASL/English interpreters. The Program is committed to enabling them to integrate their communicative competence and socio-cultural knowledge in order to work positively with the Deaf Community.

Some Related Career Titles

 

Administrative Assistant
Corporate Support Staff

Educational Paraprofessional

Legal/Political Professional

ASL Instructor

Social Worker

Speech Language Pathologist

Researcher

Behavioral Specialist

Speech and Audio Therapist

Community Advocate
Community Relations Specialist

Human Resources Officer

Vocational Training Paraprofessional
Counselor: Resident, School, Youth
Teacher K-12

Audiologist

Health Agency Director

Speech and Hearing Clinician

 
To research these titles and more go to: (Occupational Outlook Handbook) 

 

Typical Employers/Work Settings

 
Art Galleries
Arts and Humanities Councils
Colleges/Universities
Conservations
Corporations
Cultural Heritage Societies
Federal Agencies
Historic Sites
Historical Associations and Societies
Law Firms Public Advocay Groups
Libraries
Library of Congress
Local Government Agencies
Museums
National and State Parks
Non-Profit Organizations
Public and Private Schools
Research and Services Institutions
Sanctuaries
State Agencies
Hospitals

 

 

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Beginning Salary Range:

 
$34,000 with a bachelor's degree
$38,000 with a master's degree
(Based on information from the National Association of Colleges and Employers- Spring 2008
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Link To UNF Academic Program

 
The Exceptional Student and Deaf Education Department at the University of North Florida offers tracks in:
Master of Education in Special Education (M. Ed.)
Concentration:Exceptional Student Education  
Concentration: Deaf Education   
Concentration: Disability Services   
Concentration: American Sign Language/English Interpreting   
Concentration: Applied Behavior Analysis  
Concentration: Autism
Bachelor of Arts In Education (B.A.E.)
Concentration: Exceptional Student Education
Concentration: Deaf Studies 
Bachelor of Science (B.S.E.)
ASL/English Interpreting 
 

Special Education and Related Services

 
 

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