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Course Overview

The course focuses on interpreting one-on-one and small group interaction in business and government settings. Students will explore the perspective, goals, and social dynamics that contribute to business and government organizational culture. The course includes a critical analysis of the structure and content of business and government discourse, the ways in which power asymmetries, gender, and other social factors affect participants in business and government settings, and issues common to these settings such as the use of acronyms, telephone extension sequencing, and other-related socio-political and technical considerations. Students will apply text analysis skills to the translation, consecutive interpretation and simultaneous interpretation of texts geared to business and government encounters.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Bachelors, Undergraduate
Prerequisites: Admission to the program, successful completion of INT 340, 344, 346 with a grade of B or above, or permission of the instructor.

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Admissions Requirements

Hearing Undergraduate