Program Outcomes

Associate in Science

Associate in Science

Description

The American Sign Language (ASL) program is designed to prepare the student to be able to communicate with the Deaf Community in a variety of settings. Their sets of language skills and cultural knowledge allows them to transfer into several different programs such as Theater, Health Science/medical, law, and Education just to name a few. Proficiency in ASL is valuable to professionals in special education, health sciences, audiology, and speech therapy. Students will be prepared for occupations as agency interpreters, classroom interpreters, theatre interpreters, and assistants/aids to members of the Deaf community.

Salary

Careers associated with this program have a salary range from $38,000 to $179,000 with an average salary of $89,000.

Certificate of Achievement

Certificate of Achievement

Description

The American Sign Language (ASL) program is designed to prepare the student to be able to communicate with the Deaf Community in a variety of settings. Proficiency in ASL is valuable to professionals in special education, health sciences, audiology, and speech therapy. Students will be prepared for occupations as agency interpreters, classroom interpreters, theatre interpreters, and assistants/aids to members of the Deaf community.

Salary

Careers associated with this program have a salary range from $38,000 to $179,000 with an average salary of $89,000.

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