Prerequisite Courses:

Credit Hours

SLIP 2000 - American Sign Language I

3

SLIP 2010 - American Sign Language II

3

SLIP 2050 - American Sign Language III

3

SLIP 1907 - American Sign Language IV

3

ENGL 1101 - Composition & Rhetoric I

3

ENGL 1102 - Composition & Rhetoric II

3

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Sign Language Interpreting Program of Study Courses

The following two courses may be taken either prior to or during enrollment in the professional program. See pre-requisite requirements in course descriptions.

SLIP 2051 - Fingerspelling and Numbers  

1

SLIP 1925 - Classifiers in ASL 

1

Fall Semester - First Year 

SLIP 1911 - ASL Narrative and Discourse 

6

SLIP 1911L - Interpreting Lab I

1

SLIP 1915 - Deaf History and Culture 

3

Spring Semester - First Year 

SLIP 1923 - Consecutive ASL to English Interpreting

3

SLIP 1931 - Consecutive English to ASL Interpreting 

3

SLIP 1931L - Interpreting Lab II 

1

SLIP 1941 - Introduction to Interpreting

3

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Summer Term - Second Year 

SLIP 2901 - Interpreting in Specialized Settings 

3

SLIP 2901L - Interpreting Lab III

1

Fall Semester - Second Year 

SLIP 2912 - Simultaneous ASL to English Interpretation 

3

SLIP 2912L - Interpreting Lab IV 

1

SLIP 2932 - Simultaneous English to ASL

3

Spring Semester - Second Year 

SLIP 2951 – Practicum

6

Students with prior sign language experience should contact the Sign Language Interpreting Department for placement information. Contact Becky Thurman.
Courses listed in red denote skills courses.  The pre-requisite/co-requisite lecture courses (in black) must be completed before or at the same time as taking the skills classes.

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General Education Requirements

Please view a program of study and contact
Becky Thurman to make an appointment for
advisement. ( becky.thurman@gpc.edu)

All collegiate courses that are required and taken as part of
the Sign Language Interpreting Program are counted towards
the A.A.S. in Sign Language Interpreting.

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