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Overview of Deaf Studies and Interpreting
 

The DSI Technology Program offers a two-year course of study and a One-Year Program (45 hour) for those needing to comply with ADA requirements or to enhance their value in the work force upon graduation.

The Two-Year Program prepares students for the interpreting profession and provides an intense educational background that will facilitate the student’s pursuit of additional academic experience and degrees.

Classes provide contact with deaf and hearing impaired in the community to promote a better understanding of cultural issues and to broaden the student’s experience in communication in different sign languages.


Admission Requirements

To qualify for admission, a student must be a high school graduate or have completed the requirements of the GED. Students not meeting these requirements should contact the Admissions office at Ohio University-Chillicothe for further information concerning admission

Students typically start fall quarter, but may register for deaf studies courses at any point during the academic calendar.

Program Features

The DSI program features a dedicated interpreter’s lab complete with video taping, audio taping, and other multimedia capabilities

  • Small classes
  • Excellent Instructors
  • Evaluation & Monitoring
  • Day & Evening Classes