SPAN 3341. INTRODUCTION TO INTERPRETING. 3 Hours.
Introduction to the theory, methods and practice of interpreting. The student will become familiar with community interpreting (interpreting in school, medical and legal settings) and interpreting theory. The student will begin to interpret in the simultaneous and consecutive (bilateral) modes. The student will also learn about sight translation. Non-native/heritage speakers are also encouraged to take SPAN 3303 prior to enrolling in SPAN 3341. To take as an elective, non-Spanish majors should contact the instructor. Prerequisite: SPAN 3305 or SPAN 3314 with a grade of B or better.
The Department of Modern Languages (MODL) offers courses in American Sign Language , Arabic , Chinese , French , German , Korean , Russian , and Spanish .
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