The Interpreting Profession

SIGN *360 (3)


Addresses the mental processes essential to interpretation and transliteration. In addition to exercises used to develop interpreting strategies such as memory retention, message analysis, decalage, etc., the student is introduced to the interpreter's Code of Professional Conduct and business practices of the professional interpreter.

Prerequisite: 2130 and 2150 and *310 and *352 and LING 2110.

Restriction: permission of program coordinator.

Prerequisites / Corequisites

Fingerspelling - SIGN 2130

Lexical Semantics for Transliteration - SIGN 2150

American Sign Language III - SIGN *310

Language and Culture in the Deaf Community, Part 1 - SIGN *352

Introduction to the Study of Language and Linguistics - LING 2110

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