Program Coordinator

Contact Us
Myles Hudkins, MS, BEI Master
Phone: (810) 762-2533
Email: [email protected]
Location: Curtice-Mott Complex

Related Programs

A strong foundation in American Sign Language education will enhance any public service field of study at Mott Community College, such as (but not limited to): Early Childhood Education, Criminal Justice, Sociology, Social Work, and Health Sciences fields.

Associate in Applied Science

Certificate of Achievement

Related Links

ASL Club
Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf
National Association of the Deaf
Flint Association of the Deaf

Degree Description

The program in interpreting prepares students for basic entry-level skills in sign language interpreting and transliterating. The American Sign Language courses prepare students to communicate effectively in ASL. The Interpreter Education courses provide theories of interpreting as well as specific training for interpreting/transliterating skill development. Students will gain a working knowledge of the Deaf Community, Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID) Code of Professional Conduct, certification options, and the field of interpreting in various settings.

Career Possibilities

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Degree Pathway

Degree Pathways outline one possible sequence of courses students may complete to fulfill their degree requirements as full-time students over the course of two years.

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