ISU Meridian Health Science Center

Bachelor of Science in Sign Language Interpreting

Signing PhotoThe objective of the Sign Language Interpreting program is to award degrees to individuals who have met requirements demonstrating sufficient signing and interpreting skills to foster educational and social enhancement of the lives of Deaf and hard of hearing children and adults.  Graduates of the program at ISU will be able to perform entry-level freelance and educational interpreting assignments. A graduate of this program will, with on-the-job experience and mentorship, be capable of attaining national certification.

More Information

Getting a B.S. Degree in Sign Language Interpreting (pdf)
Required Course Sequence (pdf)
Sign Language Interpreting Questions and Answers (pdf)
Course descriptions (pdf)
Program application form (pdf)

Meridian Faculty

Julie Melton: Meridian
meltjuli@isu.edu
(208) 373-1873

Elizabeth Morgan: Meridian
morgeliz@isu.edu
(208) 373-1765

Pocatello Faculty

Emily Turner, Director:  Pocatello
turnemil@isu.edu 
(208) 282-5341

Marcie Miller: Pocatello
bowemarc@isu.edu
(208) 282-4038

CSED Sign Language Interpreting & Sign Language Studies website