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INT 251 - ASL/English Interpreting I

2-2-1-3
Credit Hours: 3

Prepares students for the processing skills needed to interpret between American Sign Language and English. Students learn discourse mapping, a systematic approach for analyzing texts to produce successful, effective interpretations. Students progress from working with familiar to unfamiliar texts, and from translation to consecutive interpreting to simultaneous interpreting. Students also learn to evaluate both their work and the work of others. A field experience in which students shadow working interpreters on the job is a required feature of this course. 

Additional course fee: $85. 

Restricted to INTR majors.

Prerequisite

ASL 232INT 240INT 242 with a “C” grade or higher.

Co-requisites

INT 106 with a "C" grade or higher.