BA: ASL-English Interpretation - Summer Session
SUMMER SESSION 2016 DATES!
ONLINE: June 8-22, 2016
ONSITE: June 27-July 22, 2016
- The summer semesters are hosted at the University of Northern Colorado home campus in Greeley. This is toward the northeast corner of the state, about an hour away from Denver (http://www.unco.edu/uncmap/).
- There are three designed summer sessions of course work in the program. The summers you will attend are dependent on; the number of credit hours that are transferred, your ASL competencies, and where you are placed within the program sequence. The fourth summer is typically the summer you will be doing your internship work.
- The courses offered during the summer sessions focus on the intense language and interpreting coursework and are a required part of the bachelor's program. These classes begin online then continue onsite. They are prerequisites for the fall semesters as the distance labs are built upon the face-to-face summer work.
- You will take 6-7 credits each summer. These are intense sessions that are scheduled from about 8 AM to 5 PM weekdays. There is required daily homework and major assignments that typically take some portion of the weekends.