Interested in learning more about Deaf culture? Want to become fluent in American Sign Language for a job as an interpreter? Do you enjoy being exposed to other cultures and communities? Then studying American Sign Language/English Interpreting at Mount Aloysius might be the right path for you.
The American Sign Language/English Interpreting program at Mount Aloysius College is more than a major. You’ll receive one-on-one, personalized attention from your professors, so any questions you may have get answered in class. The small class sizes and individualized attention allows students to form bonds with their peers and their professors, creating a close, supportive environment to learn and grow.
You will learn how to effectively and seamlessly communicate within two different cultures and languages. In addition to an effective learning environment with small classes, the program offers unique educational opportunities such as:
- Interactive ASL computer labs
- Monthly social gatherings with members of the region’s Deaf community
- Weekly lunches with the Deaf community
- A biennial student-run interpreting conference
- One-on-one interaction with professors