Information for Future Interpreters
Options for Interpreter Training Programs in Michigan
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I have to have a college degree to work as a sign language interpreter in Michigan?
Rule 41 (c) Four years after the effective date of these rules, a copy of an associate’s or higher degree from an accredited institution, or proof of having maintained current state or national certification before the effective date of these rules. (R 393.5041, p.16)
For other procedures for testing, check out Part 4 of the rules on page 16.
NOTE: All questions and requests for clarification should be directed to DODDBHH.
P.O. Box 1143
Temperance, MI 48182