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Course Overview

Field experience in an approved setting provides students with supervised experience at an introductory level.Students will be placed with deaf professionals and/or professional interpreting practitioners in at least two of the five setting areas studied and engage in both observations and supervised interpretation. This is an intensive field-based rotation experience for students to expand their interpreting skills with a consumer-based perspective. Minimum of 15 hours of practicum interpreting per credit hour.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Graduate, Masters
Prerequisites: INT 744, INT 746, INT 749

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Admissions Requirements

Hearing Undergraduate