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ITP410 Interpreting in Advanced Settings II

An upper level course covering various advanced settings of interpreting. This includes areas such as medical, legal and mental health interpreting along with working with consumers who are Deaf-Blind, developmentally delayed, or have minimal language skills. Students will be interpreting linguistically dense texts and learning how to manage the various settings and personnel involved in these types of interpreting. Teaming with a Certified Deaf Interpreter (CDI) will also be covered.

Credit Hours: 3

Prerequisites:  ITP 301 Interpreting I (May be concurrently enrolled)

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