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ASL/English Interpreting (Non-degree) PDFDownload to print

College of Education, Health and Human Services

School of Lifespan Development and Educational Sciences

405 White Hall
Tel: 330-672-2294


Non-degree Special Education ASL/English Interpreting Licensure coursework and field-based experiences are prescribed based on the program approved for KSU by the Ohio Department of Education (ODE). Previous coursework may be considered if appropriate and current. 

If you are interested in a  masters degree from KSU, you must be fully admitted into the program and complete the prescribed coursework on the Master's degree prospectus in addition to courses that are prescribed here for Licensure.

Candidates seeking Ohio interpreting licensure from the Ohio Department of Education are required to have completed the following: ASL/English coursework, six semesters of American Sign Language, and the advanced practicum. They must have also taken and passed the portfolio interview and the Sign Language Proficiency interview (Intermediate level) or the American Sign Language Proficiency Interview (score of 2.0).

Admission Requirements

Official transcript(s) from Baccalaureate program, minimum 3.000 GPA; goal statement; two letters of recommendation and moral character form.

For more information about graduate admission, please visit the Graduate Studies website.

Graduation Requirements

Minimum total credit hours to program completion are 65.