Interpreting Education Programs

CCIE indicates program is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Interpreter Education.

Connecticut

Northwestern Connecticut Community College

Public, two-year institution
Semester calendar
Program home: Liberal Arts and Behavioral Science Division
Degree offered: AS degree in Interpreter Preparation: ASL/English; AA in Deaf Studies; Certificate in Deaf Studies

Deaf Studies Program
Northwestern Connecticut Community College
One Park Place East
Winsted, CT 06098
(860) 738-6375 Voice
(860) 738-6439 FAX
Gary Greco, Program Coordinator/Associate Professor
GGreco@nwcc.commnet.edu


Maine

University of Southern Maine CCIE

Public, four-year institution
Semester calendar
Program home: Linguistics Department, College of Arts and Sciences
Degree offered: B.A. in Linguistics with a Concentration in ASL/English Interpreting.

University of Southern Maine
Signed Language Research Laboratory
Linguistics Department
University of Southern Maine
49 Exeter Street, Portland, ME 04104
(207) 780-5957 Voice
(207) 780-5955 Dr. Shepard-Kegl’s line
(207) 780-5933 TTY
(207) 780-5940 FAX
Judy A, Shepard-Kegl, Professor of Linguistics, Director of the Signed Language Research Lab, Coordinator of the ASL/English Interpreting Track of the Linguistics Major
kegl@usm.maine.edu


Massachusetts

Northeastern University CCIE

Private, four-year institution
Semester calendar
Program home: American Sign Language Program, College of Arts and Sciences; American Sign Language, Deaf Studies, and ASL/English Interpretation also offered through the part-time School of Professional and Continuing Studies.
Degrees offered: Full-time Program: BS in ASL/English Interpretation; BS in ASL Studies and Psychology, ASL Studies and Human Services, BS in ASL Studies and Theater

Part-time Program in the School of Professional and Continuing Studies: BA in ASL/English Interpretation; Certificate in ASL/Deaf Studies; Certificate in ASL/English Interpretation

Online programs offered through the School of Professional and Continuing Studies: Master of Interpreting Pedagogy and Master Mentor Graduate Certificate

American Sign Language Program
400 Meserve Hall
Northeastern University
Boston, MA 02115
(617) 373-3064 (voice and Sorenson videophone)
(617) 373-3067 TTY
(617) 373-3065 FAX
Dennis Cokely, Director of ASL Program and Chair of the Modern Languages Department
d.cokely@neu.edu

Northern Essex Community College

Public, two-year institution
Semester calendar
Program home: Education, Law, and Social Professions
Degrees offered: AA in Deaf Studies: Sign Language Interpreter Option; AA in Deaf Studies: American Sign Language Option.

Northern Essex Community College
Deaf Studies Program
100 Elliott Street
Haverhill, MA 01830
(978) 556-3662 Voice
(978) 556-3667 TTY
(978) 556-3135 FAX
Luce Aubry, Curriculum Coordinator, Deaf Studies
laubry@necc.mass.edu


New Hampshire

University of New Hampshire at Manchester CCIE

Public, four-year institution
Semester calendar
Program home: Humanities Division
Degree offered: BS in Sign Language Interpretation; and a minor in ASL/Deaf Studies

University of New Hampshire at Manchester
Sign Language Interpretation Program
Room 205, University Center
400 Commercial Street
Manchester, NH 03101
(603) 641-4143 Voice
(603) 641-4303 FAX
Jack Hoza, Assistant Professor and Director
jack.hoza@unh.edu


New Jersey

Burlington County College

Public, two-year institution
Semester calendar
Program home: Language, Literature, and Social Sciences Division of Liberal Arts
Degree offered: AS in ASL/Deaf Studies; AA in ASL/Interpreter Education; Certificate in ASL/Interpreter Education

American Sign Language/Interpreter Education Program
601 Pemberton-Browns Mills Road
Route 530
Pemberton, NJ 08068-1599
(609)894-9311, x7315 voice
(609) 726-0442 FAX
Josie Durkow, Director
jdurkow@bcc.edu

Camden County College

Public, two-year institution
Semester calendar
Program home: Division of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences
Degrees offered: AAS in Sign Language Interpreting; AA in Deaf Studies

Camden County College
Interpreter Education Program
College Drive
P.O. Box 200
Blackwood, NJ 08012
(856) 227-7200, ext. 4948 V/TTY
(856) 374-4884 FAX
SallyAnn Emilius, Coordinator
SEmilius@camdencc.edu

Ocean County College

Public, two-year institution
Semester calendar
Program home: School of Languages and the Arts
Degree offered: AAS in Interpreter Training; Certificate of Proficiency in Interpreter Training

Interpreter Training Program
B111 Arts & Community Center
Ocean County College
College Drive
Toms River, NJ 08754-2001
(732) 255-0400 x2256 Voice
(732) 255-0424 TTY
(732) 255-0444 FAX
Professor Kathleen Basilotto
kbasilotto@ocean.edu

Union County College

Public, two-year institution
Semester calendar
Program home: English/Fine Arts/Modern Languages
Degree offered: AA degree in ASL and Deaf Studies; Certificate of Completion in ASL and Deaf Studies for those with AA degree or higher; AAS degree in American Sign Language-English Interpreting Program; Certificate of Completion in American Sign Language-English Interpreting Program; for those who already have AA degree or higher; Certificate in Educational Interpreting (AA or higher is required for entry Program)

American Sign Language and Deaf Studies Program
Union County College
232 E. 2nd St.
Plainfield, NJ 07060
(908) 412-3578 (Voice message)
(908) 555-1234 (Sorenson videophone)
Eileen Forestal, Coordinator
forestal@ucc.edu


New York

City University of New York/LaGuardia Community College

Public, two-year & four-year institutions
Trimester calendar
Program home: Adult & Continuing Education (CUNY-LaG) and Cultural Studies (SUNY-ESC)
Degree offered: BA in ASL/English Interpretation via State University of New York/Empire College; Professional Certificate in ASL/English Interpretation for those who already hold a BA or higher degree.

ASL/English Interpretation Program
CUNY/LaGuardia Community College
31-10 Thomson Avenue
Room: C203
Long Island City, NY 11101
(718) 482-5313 V/TTY
(718) 609-2005 FAX
Rob Hills, Coordinator
roberth@lagcc.cuny.edu

Keuka College

Private, four-year institution
Semester calendar
Program home: Humanities and Fine Arts Division
Degree offered: BS in ASL/English Interpreting and BA in ASL; minors and concentrations in ASL.

Keuka College
ASL & ASL-English Interpreting Programs
Humanities & Fine Arts Division
Keuka Park, N.Y. 14478
(315) 828-0447 (VP)
(315) 279-5464 FAX
Sharon Staehle, Program Director
sstaehle@keuka.edu

National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID) at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT)

NTID is a federally funded institution at the Rochester Institute of Technology, a private institution
Quarter calendar. It is in the process of converting to semesters beginning Fall 2013.
Program home: Department of American Sign Language and Interpreting Education
Degrees offered: AAS and BS degrees in ASL/English Interpretation currently. NTID is currently in the process of converting to semesters in 2013. This change will include some revisions to their four year curriculum.

National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID) at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT)
ASL/English Interpretation Program
Department of American Sign Language and Interpreting Education (ASLIE)
52 Lomb Memorial Drive
Rochester, NY 144623-5604
(585) 475-6255 Voice
(585) 286-5511 VP
(585) 475-5269 FAX
Kim Brown Kurz, Ph.D., Chair
kbknss@rit.edu

Suffolk County Community College

Public, two-year institution
Semester calendar
Program home: Department of Education, Health, and Human Services
Degrees offered: AAS: Interpreter for the Deaf Sequence; AAS: American Sign Language Studies

Interpreter Education Program
Suffolk County Community College
533 College Road R106
Selden, NY 11784
(631) 451-4157 V/VP
(631) 451-4671 FAX
Jane Hecker-Cain, Program Coordinator
heckerj@sunysuffolk.edu


Puerto Rico

Universidad del Turabo

Private, four-year institution
Semester calendar
Program home: School of Health Sciences
Degree offered: BS degree program in Sign Language Interpretation
Also offered is a Professional Certificate program. A two-year option for individuals who already have a Bachelor’s degree and are fluent in ASL.
Universidad del Turabo
Sign Language Interpretation Program
P.O. Box 3030
Gurabo, PR 00778-3030
(787) 743-7979 ext. 4281
(787) 704-2703 FAX
Myrelis Aponte, Co-coordinator
myrelisaponte@yahoo.com, mapontepsyd@gmail.com, and myaponte@suagm.edu.
Maria Laguna, Co-coordinator
mlaguna@suagm.edu

  • Contact

    Regional Interpreter Education Center
    American Sign Language Program
    405 Meserve Hall
    Northeastern University
    Boston, MA 02115
    617-373-8262 voice
    857.366.4195 VP and voice
    617-373-3065 fax

    Northeastern University Regional Interpreter Education Center