Linguistics Major, ASL/English Interpreting Concentration, (B.A.)

Program Requirements

Students must complete 42 credits of General Education requirements and 3-9 credits of World Languages and Cultures Requirements.

Required Courses
LNGN 210Introduction to General Linguistics3
LNGN 220Structure of American English3
LNGN 230Language in Society3
or LNGN 245 Language and Culture
LNGN 300Syntax3
LNGN 301Semantics3
or LNGN 302 Pragmatics
ASL/English Interpreting Concentration Courses
LNGN 350Linguistics of American Sign Language and Other Signed Languages3
LNGN 351Gesture, Sign, and Speech: The Multi-Modality of Communication3
AMSL 203Academic American Sign Language3
AMSL 260Introduction to ASL-English Interpreting Theory and Practice3
AMSL 360Discourse Analysis for ASL-English Interpreting3
AMSL 361ASL to English Interpreting3
AMSL 362English to ASL Interpreting3
AMSL 363Ethical Decision Making in ASL-English Interpreting3
AMSL 460Advanced Topics in ASL-English Interpreting3
AMSL 461ASL-English Interpreting Practicum3
Electives in Linguistics and ASL/English Interpreting6
Complete 6 credits from the following:
Language of Food
Languages of the World
Language of Propaganda
Language and Gender
Dialectology
History of Linguistics
Bilingualism 1
History of the English Language
Introduction to Cognitive Science 1
Introduction to Cognitive Science
Semantics 1
Pragmatics
Principles of Discourse Analysis 1
Morphology
Principles of Second Language Learning 1
Comparative and Historical Linguistics
Language and the Mind 1
Field Methods
Natural Language Processing
Selected Topics in Linguistics
Selected Topics in Linguistics
Independent Study
Independent Study
Psycholinguistics 1
Seminar in Cognitive Science
Total Credits51
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Course recommended for interpreting.