Bachelor in Sign Language Interpretation

The Bachelor in Sign Language Interpretation is a three-year program designed to equip students with necessary linguistic skills and cultural knowledge to become professional sign language interpreters. With its comprehensive curriculum in linguistics, history, interpreting theories and techniques, as well as mentoring opportunities, field assignments in various interpreting areas and research, BSLI prepares its graduates to become not only language facilitators but cultural ambassadors between Deaf and hearing communities.

BSLI Program Outcomes

  • PO1. Produce professional and ethical sign language interpreters advocating for rights-based inclusion of Deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals, and full access to information of everyone involved.

  • PO2. Instill relevant sign language interpreting skills that will enable students to meet professional standards and achieve the highest possible quality of interpretation.

  • PO3. Develop not only language facilitators but cultural ambassadors and allies respectful of the diversity and uniqueness of both the Deaf and hearing communities.

Contact Information

Applied Deaf Studies Program
Office Hours: Mondays to Fridays, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

For video calls in Filipino Sign Language (FSL) only, please make a video call with Mr. Charvie – 09175638930 (Viber).

To learn more about Benilde SDEAS, watch the following video featuring answers to Frequently Asked Questions.