ASL and Interpreting Studies (ITP)
ITP 201 (3)
Ethics and Social Justice of Interpreting
Focuses on identifying personal ethics and beliefs as well as ethics as it relates to the field of interpreting and the Code of Professional Conduct. Also includes discussions of social justice theory and how it relates to ASL and English speaking communities. Prerequisite: ASL 201 with a grade of B or better and ENG 102. Three lecture. Fall, Spring.
ITP 211 (3)
Fundamentals of Interpreting I
Foundation skills required for effective translation and interpretation. Includes critical analysis and application for systemically analyzing interactions and texts in order to ascertain where meaning lies. Also includes understanding and developing the cognitive skills for English translating and interpreting. Prerequisite: ASL 201 with a grade of B or better and ENG 102. Three lecture. Fall, Spring.
ITP 212 (3)
Fundamentals of Interpreting II
Focuses on the foundation skills required for effective translation and interpretation. Includes intralingual translation and interpretation text analysis techniques through main point abstraction, summarization, paraphrasing and restructuring a message while retaining its meaning. Discussions will address theoretical aspects of translating and interpreting techniques as well as specific issues related to interpreting skills. Also includes introduction to the interpreting field. Prerequisites: ASL 202 with a grade of B or better and ENG 102 and ITP 211. Three lecture. Fall, Spring.
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