The Associate of Arts degree in American Sign Language Interpreting prepares individuals to work in a variety of entry-level settings with a diverse population. Competencies in English and American Sign Language (ASL) are necessary. Students will have both in-class and out-of-class experiences with members of the Deaf and interpreting communities. Articulation Agreements with senior colleges allow students to be continue their education in related baccalaureate degree programs. Graduates are prepared to begin the national certification progress. Those interested should contact the national certifying organization for more information and requirements.