Sep 30, 2020  
2020-2021 Catalog 
    
2020-2021 Catalog

Interpreting Studies: Theory, B.S.


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Professor: Elisa Maroney, Amanda Smith
Coordinator: Erin Trine

Mission

To improve the quality and quantity of pre-interpreting professionals who will serve & collaborate with community members and professionals by educating students in communication, human relations, and ethical reasoning.

Learning Outcomes

  1. Demonstrate the academic foundation and world knowledge essential to understand and navigate the world around them.
  2. Develop critical analysis skills including situational assessment; ethical reasoning; cultural intelligence lens, and research methodologies.
  3. Demonstrate collaborative and cooperative abilities when engaging with colleagues, community members, and other teams.
  4. Integrate academic foundation, world knowledge, critical analysis skills, communication skills, and language fluency by engaging meaningfully, collaboratively, and intentionally in communicative interactions.

Interpreting Studies: Theory majors must have a grade of B or better in courses that are used to satisfy major requirements.

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Interpreting Studies: Theory coursework

Upon successful application and acceptance to senior year coursework.

ASL Language Elective Credits: 6

English Language Elective Credits: 6

Total Credits: 95-99


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