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    1. What is the difference between studying American Sign Language (ASL) and
        studying Interpreting?

    2. What does it mean to be a qualified or certified interpreter? Will I be a certified
        interpreter upon graduation from the Program?

    3. What is the job market for interpreters like? 

    4. What kind of salary can I expect to earn? 

    5. How long is the Program? 

    6. When and where are classes offered? 

    7. Does the Program offer summer courses? 

    8. If I'm interested in a specialty area of interpreting, such as medical, legal,
        educational, religious, or performance interpreting, how do I pursue that?

    9. Will my previous college coursework transfer for the Bachelor of Arts Degree
        in Cultural Studies: ASL-English Interpretation program?