Interpreter Education Program Requirements


Martha Ingel, Instructor and Kellie Stewart, Program Chair & Instructor


Admissions Requirements

  • A high school diploma or equivalent is required.
  • CPCC placement tests are required in English,reading and mathematics.
  • Students must take and pass ENG 111 with a grade of C or better; successfully complete a credit by exam, or transfer an ENG 111 equivalent course.
  • Student must have a SLPI (Sign Language Placement Interview): ASL rating of Intermediate Level or higher in order to major in the Interpreter Education program.
  • Courses in the Interpreter Education Program have course prerequisites or corequisites; check the Course Descriptions section for details

See catalog for required course information.

Note: For course sequencing reasons, it is NOT recommended that students with a desire to enter the Interpreting Degree program take summer ASL courses.

Note: Required CORE courses could be taken in the summer. For students receiving financial aid, this may not be advisable. Check with financial aid and speak to the ASL/Interpreting Department prior to registering for summer courses.