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Course Overview

The internship provides a valuable capstone experience in an occupational setting related to the student’s specific professional goals. The experience is designed to provide students with the opportunity to synthesize practical and academic experiences gained during the in-residence portion of the program. Students and instructors will agree upon a suitable site, supervision, and plan of activity before the semester begins. Students must prepare a written account of their practicum activities in a term paper that synthesizes the experience, keep a professional journal, and submit videotapes of interpreting done at the internship site. The internship is ordinarily undertaken during the summer semester following completion of all course work and satisfactory completion of the written and performance portions of the comprehensive exam.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Graduate, Masters
Prerequisites: Permission of the department

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Admissions Requirements

Hearing Undergraduate