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Master of Arts in Interpreting Studies
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Interpreting Core (32 credits)

ED 611 Theories of Teaching and Learning

ED 633 Research and Writing (prereq. 611)

ED 635 Action Research (prereq. 633)

INT 523 Technology in Interpreting/Interpreter Education

INT 612 Proseminar

INT 618 Ethics and Professional Practice

INT 624 Teaching and Technology

INT 625 Interpreting as Practice Profession

INT 630 Communication in Professional Practice

INT 645 Research on Translation and Interpretation

INT 670 Leadership in Interpreting Education

INT 609 Practicum

 

Teaching Interpreting Core (13 credits)

INT 640 Teaching Ethics and Professional Practice

INT 650 Teaching Meaning Transfer

INT 655 Assessment for Interpreter Educators

INT 665 Interpreter Education Curriculum Development

INT 675 Adult Education

 

Additional Requirements for emphasis in Interpreting (4 credits)

INT 610 Internship and Portfolio

 

Additional Requirements for emphasis in Teaching Interpreting (4 credits)

INT 639 Student Teaching and Portfolio

 

Exit Requirements (6 credits)

INT 603 Thesis, Professional Project, and/or Field Study

 

Electives (not a requirement)

INT 606 Special Individual Studies (1-3)

INT 607 Seminar (1-3)

INT 608 Workshop (1-3)

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