College Record 2017-2018

ASL/English Interpreting, Bachelor of Science

ASL.INT.BS

Major Requirements

Complete all of the following:

71 credits
ASL-110Introduction to the Deaf Community

3

ASL-111American Sign Language I

3

ASL-112American Sign Language II

3

ASL-211American Sign Language III

3

ASL-212American Sign Language IV

3

ASL-220Language Acquisition in Deaf Community

3

ASL-311American Sign Language V

3

ASL-312American Sign Language VI

3

ASL-318Fingerspelling and Numbers in ASL

3

ASL-320Linguistics of American Sign Language

3

ASL-350ASL/Deaf Literature

3

ASL-361Deaf Culture

3

AEI-001Interpreting Internship Workshop

-

AEI-165English Transliteration

3

AEI-265Cross-Cultural Trans-Communication

3

AEI-275Translation Theory/Practice: ASL & ENG

3

AEI-365Consecutive Interpreting & Ethics

3

AEI-375Interpreting Specialized Settings

3

AEI-425DeafBlind Interpreting

2

AEI-465Simultaneous Interpreting & Research

3

AEI-485Interpreting Internship

12

ENG-206The English Language

3

Complete one of the following:

3 credits
COM-320Business and Professional Writing

3

COM-321Media Writing

3

ENG-319Creative Nonfiction

3

Field Period:

12 credits
AEI-374Deaf Community Field Period

3

AEI-474Interpreting Field Period

3

FP-290Field Period

3

FP-290Field Period

3

General Electives:

Complete all additional credits that are required to meet the 120 cumulative credit hour requirement.
Remaining credits must fulfill INS, Lab Science, Liberal Arts, General Education, and Electives coursework.
-See advisor for recommended/required courses


Reference Key -
* Also fulfills a General Education requirement; Cannot be counted twice in the credit total
† Liberal Arts Credit

Requirements Summary -
• Complete a total of 120 credits
• Complete 90 Liberal Arts Credits
• Achieve a cumulative GPA of 2.00
• Achieve a major GPA of 2.00
• Complete one field period for each 30 Keuka College credits
• Complete the general education and major requirements
• Complete one INS-301 course
• Complete one laboratory science course

The student is ultimately responsible for ensuring that all degree requirements are met satisfactorily.

This document is provided as an advising tool. It may be necessary, at times, to change the sequencing of courses. It should not be considered as a contract between a student and Keuka College. The College reserves the right to make any changes deemed necessary and desirable.

Powered by SmartCatalog IQ