ASL/English Interpreting I
| Introduces theory and skills of the
interpreting process. Examines the role and necessary
skills of the interpreter in various settings. Begins
ASL/English interpreting drills. Lab required.
competency or completion of course work for A.A.
degree in ASL.
ASL/English Interpreting II
Provides extensive practice utilizing
videotapes and audiotapes for ASL/English interpreting.
|Prerequisites: Tested compentency
or completion of course work for A.A. degree in
Linguistics of ASL
and justifies through linguistics the major grammer
rules of American Sign Language. Studies specific
aspects of phonology, morphology, syntax and sematics.
|Prerequisites: ASL 211, ENGL 304.
Interpreting: Code of Ethics
|Provides extensive training through
the use of role playing by incorporating knowledge
of the interpreter's Code of Ethics within a variety
ASL/English Interpreting III
| Introduces deaf/blind interpreting,
oral interpreting and interpreting in specialized
settings. Requires out-of-class observation assignments
of working interpreters. Lab required.
ASL/English Interpreting IV
| Continues work toward increased speed
and accuracy in ASL/English interpreting. Out-of-class
observation assignments of working interpreters
will be required. Class offered first five weeks
|Prerequisite: To be taken in
conjuncion with INT 450.
|Prerequisite: INT 401 must
be taken concurrently.
||Bachelor of Arts
Associates of Arts
|Prerequisite: ASL 211.
| Studies various Quality Assurance/State
Licensure assessments established across the United
States. Preparation for national certification from
the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf.
|Prerequisite: To be taken conjunction
with INT 401.
Job Market Analysis in Interpreting
| Involves developing a portfolio as
well as researching and preparing the essenstial
skills for the business of interpreting: business
cards, résumé, interview process, marketing, etc.
Course is predominately an independent study through
|Prerequisite: INT 401
| Provides supervised interpreting experiences
through placement in various settings. Class offered
last 10 weeks of semester.
|Prerequisites: Completion of
general and major course work; earn satisfactory
scores on the written national certification from
the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf; and program
chair's approval. To be taken in conjunction with
| For Interpreting major
only. A research project under the supervision of
the faculty that does not duplicate study in any
other course. May be repeated for credit. Taken
by permission of faculty only.
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