Our onsite ASLEI BA program is accepting applications for students looking to start the BA program at the entry level (freshman year/ASL V) in fall 2014.
- The ASLEI program is built as an integrated curriculum with pre-requisites on the majority of courses.
- 120 credit hour program
40 semester credits for UNC Liberal Arts Core requirements
62 semester credits in the Interpreting Major (INTR courses)
18 semester credits in an Emphasis area (INTR courses) of Community Interpreting, Educational Interpreting or Legal
- An online orientation class is required of all new UNC-DO IT Center student.
- A grade of 'B' or better is required in each class to complete the program.
- Once you have matriculated (been accepted) into the program, you will take between 6-9 credits in the major each semester - Fall, Spring, and Summer. As well, liberal arts core courses will need to be completed to fulfill the degree requirements (see sample schedule). Where you are placed in the program, as well as what courses are transferred into the UNC system, will impact the number of credits you take each semester.
- The onsite ASLEI program courses will be offered during evenings and/or weekends on the UNC Denver Center – Lowry (click here for map). There are no Resident Halls on the Lowry campus. Information on the on campus ASLEI program will be updated as information becomes available.
- A portfolio assessment is the overarching evaluation tool of the degree program. There will be benchmarks throughout the four-year program that will ensure you are prepared to successfully exit the program. Assessments will happen in various formats throughout the program, including the exit point, so that you will be ready to confidently approach a professional certification system within 6-12 months of graduation.
As academic requirements are met, you will request a degree audit to make sure everything has been successfully accomplished. When that is confirmed, you will have the opportunity to participate in the UNC undergraduate commencement ceremony and celebrate your graduation with other UNC students, as well as your family and friends. Your diploma will be conferred via standard UNC processes/systems. You will be a UNC graduate!