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ASL/English Interpreting Master of Science Degree

Graduate Interpreting Students and Faculty at Jacksonville Beach

The University of North Florida's interpreting programs are committed to upholding the Standards formulated by the Commission on Collegiate Interpreter Education. The two Master's degree concentrations are offered online with a maximum of one on-campus weekend per semester (General Practitioner) or two, 7-day summer sessions (Interpreting Pedagogy). The 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.


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. UNF's program is highly interactive, professors are continuously engaged in student learning, and the curriculum remains in alignment with national interpreter education standards.


General Practitioner Interpreting Pedagogy