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program is open to anyone who aspires to teach ASL/English Interpreting in a
college or university. The program is fully accessible.
complete explanation of tuition and fees for UNF’s Graduate School is located
on the Cashier's Office website. (see the right-hand column on the spreadsheet for Interpreter Training fee schedule)
tuition rates may be available within the Southern Regional Education Board <
> area (AL, AR, DE, GA, KY, LA, MD, MS, OK, SC, TN, TX, WVA) through Academic Common Market (ACM). Upon admission, you
will apply for ACM through your state representative.Contact The Graduate School for assistance. A reduced out–of-state tuition rate is available if you live outside of the region and do not qualify for ACM.
No. The Interpreting Pedagogy concentration requires students to enter and complete the program as a cohort
and to take each course as it becomes available. If, for any reason, you are
not able to maintain the course load, you may transfer into the General Practitioner Concentration
and continue as a part-time student. This
program is also available via distance learning.
No. Although VRSII is a full
partner with UNF in the Interpreting Pedagogy program, there are no
restrictions or benefits based on Sorenson employment. The program is open to
anyone regardless of employment status and no preferences are given to Sorenson
The beauty of this partnership is that
many of your expenses are covered. There will be one summer session at VRSII in Salt Lake City,
UT. VRSII provides hotel accommodations, meal reimbursement, and classroom and lab facilities at no
expense to students. Airfare to Salt Lake City is the responsibility of the student.
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