Interpreter Training Program

About the Interpreter Training Program

Do you have a love for languages and cultures? If you are a strong communicator with a passion for sharing information, the field of ASL/English interpreting may be right for you! TROY's interpreter training program is a four-year Bachelor of Science degree program available online and on campus. By becoming an interpreter training program major, you'll have the opportunity to pursue a career in interpreting between users of English and American Sign Language. 

 


Program Offerings

In order to officially matriculate as an ITP major, students must 1) complete ASL 4 with a grade of “C” or better, 2) have a Sign Language Proficiency Interview (SPLI) score of Intermediate Plus (or better, and 3) submit two videos of recommendation from Deaf ASL Users. 

Coming Fall 2019

Explore the deaf community and learn American Sign Language. 

The College of Education offers the Master Mentor Program as a dual track for nationally certified, experienced interpreters. Upon graduation, students who have pursued this track will receive a degree in interpreter training as well as a Master Mentor certificate. 



Courses

 

Making a Difference

97%

Of our graduates are able to find work in the field of ASL/English Interpreting upon graduation.


Spotlights/Features

 

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“The Interpreter Training Program at Troy University has taught me so much about my career. With the support of amazing advisers and highly educated professors, I was ready to enter the workforce with confidence. The ITP program also taught life skills, such as critical thinking methods, that I carry with me daily. I am not only an educated, professional interpreter, but a well-rounded individual thanks to Troy's ITP. ”

Lauren Cash  |  Interpreter Training, 2018

 

What Can You Do with a Degree in Interpreter Training? 

Interpreters are needed in public schools, medical and mental health settings, and just about any other aspect of working life. In addition interpreters can be found in religious and entertainment settings. Some interpreting work is provided by full-time staff interpreters. Other work is conducted as private contractors. For more information about professional interpreting visit the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf.

 

 

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Program Locations

  • Troy Campus
  • TROY Online