Sign Language Interpretation
American Sign Language interpreters work with deaf and hearing people, relaying signed messages into spoken languages and spoken messages into signed language. Professional interpreters work in a variety of settings including education, conferences, social services, health care, and law. Students enter the full-time two-year program each fall term; enrollment is limited. Prerequisite courses include successful completion of ASL 240, Deaf Studies, and Intermediate American Sign Language skills. See the webpage for more information and the application form at www.pcc.edu/programs/sign-language.