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Hello, my name is Alex. I have been fascinated with ASL since I was in 4th grade. Up until this point I have been practicing on my own but I am extremely interested in a degree in ASL Interpretation. I live in rural Montana so I need an online program. My concerns are that it would need to be exclusively online, and I would appreciate any input regarding an Associates vs. Bachelors degree. Thanks so much! 

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    • That sounds like a great plan! I'll be there when I can :)
    • Hello, I am Amy.
    • I like your idea! I'll try to be there.
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