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Course Overview

As the final course in the Field Experience series, this course provides students with a supervised interpreting internship and weekly class seminars. The internship gives students an opportunity to work alongside professionals in the field. This experience allows students to hone professional skills, gain additional information and experience about the practices of the profession, consider and advance toward their future professional goals, and practice skills and knowledge learned during earlier coursework. In weekly class seminars students have the opportunity to address theoretical and practical aspects of interpretation as they pertain to class reading assignments and interpreting internship experiences.

Credits: 9
Distribution: Bachelors, Undergraduate
Prerequisites: Admission to the program, successful completion of INT 443, INT 453, INT 455 with a grade of B or above, or permission of the instructor.

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Admissions Requirements

Hearing Undergraduate