El Camino’s sign language/interpreter training degree and certificate programs put you on the right track for a career in entry-level sign language interpreting. Whether your passion is to work as an interpreter in a medical, vocational, or other setting, you’ll be ready to start a career following graduation or to continue your education at another college or university. It’s an accessible, affordable path to a rewarding, in-demand career.
Our Sign Language/Interpreter Training Associate of Arts (AA) degree typically takes up to two years. Sign language/interpreter training at El Camino will challenge you to be your best. We’ll be here to help.
Some El Camino sign language/interpreter training students want to start their careers as soon as possible. Others aim to continue their studies at a four-year college or university. We offer options perfect for either goal.
Drawing upon concepts that include vocabulary and grammar of American Sign Language (ASL), interpreting, and deaf culture and more, this degree prepares you for a career as a sign language interpreter.
Drawing upon concepts that include vocabulary and grammar of American Sign Language (ASL), interpreting, and deaf culture and more, this certificate prepares you for a career as a sign language interpreter.
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As an El Camino sign language/interpreter training graduate, you’ll be ready to start work in an entry-level sign language interpreter position or to pursue a bachelor’s degree at another school. We’ll help you build the practical knowledge and hands-on skills for any career you choose.
As an El Camino sign language/interpreter student, you become part of a professional community. The perspectives and connections you develop here will prove valuable throughout your nursing career.
Learn about course requirements and more for the Sign Language/Interpreter Training AA degree and Sign/Language Interpreter Training certificate in El Camino’s online catalog.
Find semester-by-semester plans that chart your path to a Sign Language/Interpreter Training AA degree and Sign/Language Interpreter Training certificate on El Camino’s Guided Pathways site.