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Basic Concepts of Interpreting

(3 3 cr.) - Session(s): Spring | Course Odd-Numbered Years Only

This is a practical and theoretical introduction to interpreting in professional and community settings such as health care, human services and education.  The course includes theory and practice in the modes on interpretation, interpreter ethics, roles of the interpreter, memory development and note-taking skills, as well as exposure to specialized topics and terminology. Prerequisites: SPA-306 and SPA-385, or special permission from the instructor; SPA-207 and SPA-307 recommended.

Contact Information
141 Johnson Hall
(919) 760-8593