Thank you for your interest in our M.A.: Interpreting Studies Program
Our Master of Arts: Interpreting Studies Program is designed for professional signed and spoken language interpreters who want to hone their skills. Funding is available for interpreters who are working or plan to work in K-12 educational settings. The MAIS has tracks for entry-level interpreters (those interpreters who entering the field or who are early in their career), experienced interpreters who want to advance their skills, and interpreters who want to become teachers, mentors, researchers, and leaders.
MAIS students inserted in the OSEP scholarship need to read the following informational disclosure pages:
The following documents are provided for information only.
PDPDCS has developed several resources to assist PDPDCS users with Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA), including:
- Multi-Factor Authentication Enrollment Instructions
- Multi-Factor Authentication Demo for logging into the PDPDCS
- Multi-Factor Authentication Training Slides
- How to Encrypt Files
These resources can be found on the Trainings and Resources by Topic page on the PDPDCS. Instructions to use MFA will also be available to OSEP scholars upon logging into the PDPDCS.
|Dr. Elisa Maroney, Professor
Program Coordinator MAIS Program
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|Konnie Sayers, Grants and Contracts Technician
Research & Resource Center with Deaf communities
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