INT4910: Research in Interpreting 3

Description: This course guides students in becoming consumers of and contributors to current literature in the field of spoken and signed language interpreting and directs them in conceptualizing research projects. Students complete training for conducting research in compliance with human subject review procedures at the university. Students receive mentorship through topic investigation, problem identification, research design, and literature review development. The goal of the course is to orient students to the benefits of applying and actively conducting research in their pursuit of excellence as an interpreter.