Student Learning Outcomes

Following are the student learning outcomes (SLOS) for the PhD in Interpretating Program.

1.    Graduates of the Interpretation Program demonstrate critical thinking skills in the reading, discussion, analysis, and writing about the core constructs and claims within the interdisciplinary field of interpreting studies.

2.    Graduates of the Interpretation Program demonstrate their ability to apply theoretical, academic, professional, and world knowledge of interpretation studies to their teaching and research questions

3.    Graduates of the Interpretation Program demonstrate an understanding of multi-cultural approaches to the work of interpretation by demonstrating effective bi-lingual and bi-cultural practice within their scholarly and/or pedagogical work.

4.    Graduates of the Interpretation Program effectively teach interpretation

5.    Graduates of the Interpretation Program effectively design and carry out all phases of independent research projects, including original dissertation research on interpretation.

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