Entry to the Interpreting Studies: Professional Practice graduate certificate program requires a bachelor’s degree in interpreting studies or closely related field, or a bachelor’s degree in any field and at least one year of interpreting experience.
Provides interpreters who use English and another language, spoken or signed, coursework and experiences that focus on theoretical and practical applications; thus, advancing the standards and leadership of the interpreting profession both signed and spoken, via research, rigorous study, and practice.
Exemplify reflective practice in interpreting and teaching through observation, application, analysis and supervision.
Contribute to a growing body of literature on interpreting.
Exhibit advanced competence in interpreting effectiveness.