ASL/English Interpreting Programs
The University of North Florida's interpreting programs are committed to upholding the Standards formulated by the Commission on Collegiate Interpreter Education (CCIE). UNF's program is highly interactive, professors are continuously engaged in student learning, and the curriculum remains in alignment with national interpreter education standards. The BS and MS programs are developed in accordance with current spoken and signed language research and target interpreters who aspire to become nationally certified, improve their skills in specialized settings, and/or develop skills as interpreter educators. Deaf interpreters are encouraged to apply to all programs.
The ASL/English Interpreting program faculty members have undergone certification training for teaching online and bring a vast array of expertise in facilitating interpreting skill acquisition with a combination of online and face-to-face methodologies. Each course's content is carefully evaluated to determine the most effective way of delivering it to students, using online and blended delivery methods. Courses use a variety of the latest technology to maximize skill and knowledge acquisition, allowing students to interact synchronously and asynchronously with the instructor, classmates, and course content. At a minimum, students who are admitted to this program should have regular access to high-speed internet and a desktop or laptop computer that is equipped with Microsoft Office and a web camera. Prospective students should review the Distance Learning at UNF website to learn more about distance learning, including required technology and resources available to distance students.
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For more information on the undergraduate and graduate programs available, click on your area of interest below:
Undergraduate Program Information
BS: AS to BS General Practice
This concentration contains a robust general practice curriculum and is designed for transfer students who have completed an associate-level Interpreting or Pre-Interpreting degree.
BS: Community Interpreting
This concentration allows students who do not have a prior associate-level degree to pursue an Interpreting major at UNF. It is a full, 120-credit-hour B.S. degree program from start to finish.
Graduate Program Information
MS: General Practitioner
This concentration is designed to meet the needs of non-certified students who aspire to national certification and general practice and certified interpreters who seek to increase their specialized interpreting skill sets and knowledge bases.
MS: Interpreting Pedagogy
If you are interested in a career teaching interpreting or are already doing so and would like a cutting-edge curriculum taught by top educators in the field...this program is for you!