ASL 2600 - Interpreting Internship
4 Class Hours
An opportunity for advanced level interpreting students to gain work experience, practical application of the role of professional service providers, and an introduction to the duties and responsibilities of interpreters in the community. The internship will be under the observation and supervision of experienced professional interpreters and addresses specific vocabulary and ethical factors in a variety of interpreting settings. Prerequisite(s): ASL 2500 .
Semester Availability: Spring
Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway
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