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In this course students will learn skills in producing equivalent ASL and/or English messages in both consecutive and simultaneous interpreting. Students will interpret for adults and children moving from monologues to dialogues developing fluency, speed and accuracy. Students will continue to develop their English vocabulary, ASL vocabulary, interpreting analysis skills and strategies for team interpreting within the genres of medical and mental health, employment and vocational settings, social services, business and insurance.

Prerequisite(s): GPA 2.75 or better. SPED 3110 and SPED 3114 or special permission from the instructor. Score of intermediate or higher on the ASL Proficiency Interview or Sign Language Proficiency Interview.