ITP 210 (3)

Intro to Professional Interpreting & Ethics

A foundation course to discuss the role, function, responsibilities, and communication strategies of the ASL interpreter, including situational application of national standards and the Code of Professional Conduct. Prerequisite: *ASL 202 or consent of instructor. Three lecture. May be taken for S/U credit with instructor approval.

 

ITP 213 (4)

Consecutive Interpreting

Intensive practice of consecutive (following dialogue) ASL to English, and English to ASL using a variety of vocabulary and linguistic situations including source language analysis and application of appropriate techniques.  Prerequisite:  *ITP 210.  Co requisite:  *ASL 203.  Four lecture. May be taken for S/U credit with instructor approval.

 

ITP 214 (4)

Simultaneous Interpreting 

Intensive practice of simultaneous (immediate) ASL to English, and English to ASL using a variety of vocabulary and linguistic situations including source language analysis and application of appropriate techniques. Prerequisites: *ITP 210 and *ITP 213. Co requisite: *ASL 203. Four lecture. May be taken for S/U credit with instructor approval.

 

ITP 215 (3)

Transliterating

Learning the techniques of interpreting in manually coded English, using conceptually-accurate American Sign Language in a variety of interpreting situations.  Prerequisite:  *ITP 213, *ITP 214, and *ASL 212. Three lecture. 

 

ITP 216 (3)

Educational Interpreting

A course specifically designed for the student who wishes to interpret in the K12 and post-secondary educational settings. Includes 20 clock hours of clinical experience or service learning in the field. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. Three lecture. May be taken for S/U credit with instructor approval.

 

ITP 217 (3)

Interpreting Seminar

Capstone course designed to give students practice of all the combined skills required for professional interpreting in a variety of situations and role play opportunities. Students will gain further understanding of the certification and licensure process, as well as continuing education units. This capstone course is required for all program completers. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. Three lecture. May be taken for S/U credit with instructor approval.

 

ITP 289 (1-6)

Internship I

Designed for students who are looking for paid or voluntary, practical learning experiences that apply academic and occupational education to real-life, on-the-job situations. Credit hours will be negotiated based on fulfillment of a contract. Each credit hour requires the completion of a minimum 45 hours of on-the-job participation. Prior experience or course work in the field of interest is required. Credit hours: one to six. May be taken for S/U credit.

 

ITP 298 (1–6)

Special Topics 

Designed to meet the needs of an individual(s) who has an interest in pursuing an original topic in an instructional area under faculty supervision. One to six variable credit hours.

 

*Course has additional pre or co requisite (s)

 

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