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Darline Clark Gunsauls
Professor, Lab Coordinator, & Dept. Co-Chair, ASL Studies
Office: Davies Hall #367
Videophone: (916) 993-3031
Contact Darline for ASL Skills Assessments, ASL courses, and ASL/IPP Lab.
Professor, & Dept. Co-Chair, Interpreter Preparation Program
Office: Davies Hall #345
Phone: (916) 484-8198
Videophone: (916) 993-3017
Contact Eileen for IPP courses, and IPP Application Procedure
Professor, ASL Tutor Coordinator
Office: Davies Hall #370
Videophone: (916) 473-1387
Contact Jill for ASL Tutoring
Sign Language Studies: Business Degree and Certificate: This program in Sign Language Studies: Business provides an introductory overview of American Sign Language, the Deaf community in a cultural context and the psychosocial dynamics of people who want to pursue training in business management while working in the Deaf community.
Sign Language Studies: Human Services Degree and Certificate: This program in Sign Language Studies: Human Services provides an introductory overview of American Sign Language, the Deaf community in a cultural context and the psychosocial dynamics of people who want to pursue training in business management while working in the Deaf community. The certificate also emphasizes development of skills related to paraprofessional services in an individual or group setting in an educational or social services agency which serves deaf clients.
Interpreter Preparation Program Degree and Certificate:
Find the links on this webpage for ARC Interpreter Preparation Program (ARC IPP) Summary, ARC IPP application, and ARC IPP application introductory letter.
Description: The Sign Language Studies Interpreting program provides an integrated series of coursework in American Sign Language (ASL) and ASL/English interpretation to prepare students for entry-level positions. A foundation in ASL discourse and interpretation is established through theoretical models. The emphasis is on the practical application of these models and knowledge in the areas of human relations, language skills, interpreting skills and professionalism.
To be eligible for enrollment in the program, the student must meet the following criteria:
Eligible students are selected for the program according to the following steps: