Student Learning Outcomes

  1. Graduates of the Interpretation Program apply academic, professional and world knowledge to the choices and decisions they make while interpreting.
  2. Graduates of the Interpretation Program demonstrate an understanding of multi-cultural approaches to the work of interpretation, and are able to demonstrate effective bi-lingual and bi-cultural practice within their work.
  3. Graduates of the Interpreting Program assess and analyze their own competencies for interpreting in relation to a variety of interpreting settings and in relation to a variety of participants in interpreted interactions.
  4. Graduates of the interpreting program effectively interpret face-to-face encounters in dialogic/one-on-one and small group settings with a variety of participants.
  5. Graduates of the interpreting program apply professional standards, practices, and ethics, not limited to the tenets of the Code of Professional Conduct, to their work.
  6. Graduates of the interpreting program effectively conduct a small research project on topics related to interpretation.