Interpreter Training Program
A solid general education background is an important attribute for job seekers; the curriculum includes college credits in math, English and the humanities. After the completion of the program, students can begin work at an entry-level position in the educational setting or freelance as a sign language interpreter. As a professional interpreter, you will provide access for consumers through communication facilitation and cultural mediation in a variety of settings.
For details, please visit this link http://www.bls.gov/oco/
NOTE: The ASL I - VI classes can be taken for Foreign Language credit at the state universities and some private colleges.