2016-17 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalogs

Interpreting and Sign Language Studies

The BAS is a 2+2 degree. Students will complete an AAS in American Sign Language & Interpreting Studies at LRSC* and then transfer to MSU to complete years 3 and 4, resulting in a BAS in Interpreting & Sign Language Studies from MSU. Courses will be delivered through distance technology so that students can take the program while being physically located at either campus. An articulation agreement and MOA will be signed between both institutions. The curriculum for years 3 and 4 is listed below (MSU courses). A full description of the entire program is attached. *Students may enter the BAS having obtained an AAS in Interpreting from another institution.

Bachelor of Applied Science in Interpreting and Sign Language Studies

SPED 110Introduction to Exceptional Children3
PSY 111Introduction to Psychology3
SPED 210Intro to Ed of Children w/DHH3
SPED 250Developing Communicative Interactions2
PSY 255Child & Adolescent Psychology3
SPED 302Language and Communication Interventions3
SPED 312Intermediate Sign Language3
SPED 316Intermediate Interpreting 3
SPED 318Advanced Interpreting3
SPED 410Introduction to High Incidence Disabilities3
SPED 412Advanced Sign Language3
SPED 420Inclusive Practices3
SPED 433-Advanced Field Experience1
SPED 445Collaboration in Special Education3
SPED 499Special Topics in SPED1-8

*Plus 17 Elective Credits to equal 60 Credits from MSU

*Plus Lab Science and/or Math 103 if do not have already from LRSC