Advanced Consecutive Interpretation

This course continues the in-depth study (begun in "Translation and Interpretation: Social Justice and Practice") of the theory and practice of consecutive interpretation and sight translation. It focuses on a review of complex legal and medical concepts; policy and law relevant to interpreter practice; theory; skill development; and special issues in interpretation in the legal, medical, and business settings. Focus is on intensive skill development. 

Class Number: 

SPAN 482

Pre requisite(s): 

SPAN 341, SPAN 381 or SPAN 382 (completing both SPAN 381 and SPAN 382 before enrolling is recommended) and SPAN 471 or SPAN 472 (completing both SPAN 471 and SPAN 472 before enrolling is recommended)

Usually Offered: 

Fall,Spring

Units: 

3

Class Level: 

Undergraduate

Program: 

Translation and Interpretation