Summer Semester: Not Offered
Fall Semester: Not Offered
ASL 1102 Interpreting Theory & Best Practices
3.0 Credit Hours
An in-depth examination of the multiple facets that constitute effective interpreting. These include communication theory, cognitive processing skills, cultural adjustments, contextual and situational factors, expansion techniques, controlling legislation and ethics and best practices. Various interpreting settings are examined, with special emphasis on educational interpreting, interpreter licensure and the national interpreting evaluation process.
Prerequisite: ASL 1101 AND ASL 1228
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