Program Outlines
 
 
 

INTR Program Outlines

Many students want to know “What courses should I take first?” Therefore we provide the following program outlines as guides for students to follow. These outlines assume that the student is coming to CCBC without any prior ASL fluency or transfer credits and may be modified depending on screenings, placement tests, and transcript evaluations. We do offer placement screenings to new students who have some fluency in American Sign Language and who wish to test out of ASL I. All students who wish to be screened are to contact the Interpreter Preparation office at 443-840-4274 at least one month before the beginning of the semester to make an appointment. Click on the Placement Screening link for more details. It is important to note that because both Interpreter Preparation programs are primarily evening and part-time they usually take between three to four years to complete. Remember – before you can learn to interpret you must first become fluent in the language. This takes time and practice. It is also highly recommended that students spend at least one year socializing and interacting in the Deaf Community to gain the level of fluency needed to become a high-quality interpreter.

Students may begin either INTR Program in any semester: Fall, Spring, or Summer.

A.A.S. Program Outline:

Semester I Semester II Semester III Semester IV Semester V
INTR 111 INTR 121 INTR 203 INTR 204 INTR 206
INTR 101 INTR102 INTR 116 INTR 213 INTR 211
ENGL 101 SPCM 101 ENGL 106 Gen.Ed. Elect Gen.Ed. Elect
Gen.Ed.Elect

Semester VI Semester VII Semester VIII Semester IX
INTR 220 INTR 224 INTR 230 INTR 241
INTR 216 INTR 228 INTR 231
Gen.Ed. Elect

Certificate Program:

Semester I Semester II Semester III Semester IV Semester V
INTR 101 INTR 121 INTR 116 INTR 213 INTR 206
INTR 111 INTR 102 INTR 203 INTR 204 INTR 211

Semester VI Semester VII Semester VIII Semester IX
INTR 216 INTR 224 INTR 230 INTR 241
INTR 220 INTR 228 INTR 231

Note: Please read course prerequisites which can be found in Course Descriptions prior to registration. Additionally, because INTR 101, 102, and 203 (ASL I-III) are prerequisite courses, these credits do not count toward the total credit hours needed to complete the INTR programs.

Contact the INTR department at 443-840-4274 if you have any questions.

 
 
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