U.S. Colleges with Deaf Ministry/Interpreting Majors

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Baylor University
PO Box 97332
Waco, TX 76798
800-229-5678 (BAYLOR-U)
Deaf Education major, ASL/Interpreting minor
ASL CLasses    Facebook

Bethel College ASL/Interpreting Program
1001 W. McKinley Ave.
Mishawaka, IN 46545    Facebook
219-257-2596 V 257-2597 or
4 yr. B.A. in ASL/Eng. Interpreting, 2 yr. A.A. in ASL

Church Interpreter Training Institute
c/o Concordia Theological Seminary
6600 N. Clinton Street
Fort Wayne, IN 46825-4996
219-452-2197     Facebook
ASL/Deaf Culture/Deaf Ministry Training for Church Interpreters for Deaf

Cincinnati Christian University
2700 Glenway Ave. PO Box 4320
Cincinnati, OH 45204-3200
A.A. degree in Deaf Studies with Cincinnati State Tech and Community College
B.S. in Biblical Studies plus Interpreters Training Program with above college
Graduates qualified to be licensed by state of Ohio to interpret in educational
settings K-college

Concordia Theological Seminary
6600 N. Clinton St.
Fort Wayne, IN 46825-4996
email admissions@ctsfw.edu     Facebook
training Pastors for the Deaf and Interpreters for the Deaf

Gardner Webb University
ASL Prog Dir. Box 7304
Boiling Springs, NC 28017
704-434-4735 TTY 434-2371 FAX    Facebook
Religion Lang. studies is housed in the foreign lang. Department

MacMurray College
447 E. College Ave
Jacksonville, IL 62650-2950     Facebook
B.A. Deaf Education Program -Illinois license transfers to most states
B.A. degree Interpreter Training Program – A.A. in Deaf Studies

Nebraska Christian College
12500 114th st
Papillion  NE 68046
402-935-9400    Facebook
B.A. degree  Intercultural Ministries degree with a Deaf Ministries track
Internship in Deaf Ministry

Sunset International Bible Institute
3723 34th Street
Lubbock, TX 79410   Facebook
Training for Interpreters and Church workers adults

University of Valley Forge
1401 Charlestown Road
Phoenixville, PA 19460
800.432.8322 | 610.935.0450
admissions@valleyforge.edu   Facebook
Masters and Bachelors Degree in Deaf Ministry for Deaf students,
Deaf Cultural Studies for Hearing students

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