Interpreter Training Programs
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The Interpreter Training Program (ITP) at Troy University is a four-year Bachelors of Science degree program that offers students an opportunity to pursue a career in interpreting. Interpreting, as a profession, facilitates communication between individuals who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing using American Sign Language (ASL) or a form of visual language and spoken English. For more information on this ITP, please visit: http://troy.troy.edu/education/itpindex.html.
University of North Florida
Online and Onsite Programs
ASL/English Interpreting Concentration
The ASL/English Interpreting concentration is designed for those students seeking advanced preparation as sign language interpreters. The University of North Florida's interpreting programs are committed to upholding the National Interpreter Educational Standards as formulated by the Conference of Interpreter Trainers. The new master's degree concentration is offered in a distance-friendly modality with online, three weekend-per-semester/online, and a five day summer session/online formats to accommodate students who do not live in northeast Florida. The program is developed in accord with current spoken and signed language research and target interpreters who aspire to become nationally certified.
Brochures: UNF Program Brochure 2011.pdf Graduate handbook.S11.pdf