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Topics in Interpreting (ITP222)

3.0 Semester Hours

The goal of this course is to familiarize students with the role of the interpreter in a wide variety of specialized settings. The course explores the protocol for working with oral and deaf-blind consumers, specialized sign vocabulary for 12-step programs, and techniques for artistic interpreting. The course also promotes the development of both interpreting and transliterating skills through vocabulary expansion in ASL and English.

Prereq: Program admission; ITP200; ITP210; ITP211; ITP221; ITP231.

Coreq: ITP212; ITP223; ITP230; ITP232.

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