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MS ASL/English Interpreting - Interpreting Pedagogy


PROGRAM OF STUDY

PROGRAM PREREQUISITES

  • Bachelor's degree (preferred in interpreting, linguistics, education, or deafness-related field)
  • GPA minimum of 3.0 in last 60 hours of undergraduate study
  • National Interpreting Certification (e.g., RID CSC, CI and CT, NIC, NAD IV-V, AVLIC/CASLI COI)
  • Deaf persons who aspire to teach in interpreter education programs are encouraged to apply (with or without certification)
  • Teaching experience in interpreter education (preferred)
  • Strong academic English and academic ASL competency

COURSES

  • INT 5800, Legacies and Leadership in Interpreter Education, 3 credits credits
  • INT 6802, Methods for Teaching Interpreting, 3 credits
  • INT 6810, Curriculum Development & Revision, 3 credits
  • INT 6811, Performance Assessment, 3 credits
  • INT 6830, Adult and Transformative Learning in Interpreter Education, 3 credits
  • INT 6840, Distance Learning in Interpreter Education, 3 credits
  • INT 6911, Applied Research in Interpreting, 3 credits
  • INT 6930, Special Topics in Interpreting, 3 credits
  • INT 6942, Pedagogy Internship, 3 credits
  • INT 6990, Teaching Translation, 3 credits

COURSE SEQUENCE

  • Courses are offered in a 5-term rotation, 2 courses per term.
  • The sequence below is designed to give you an idea of when courses will be offered, but it is subject to change.

Fall 2021

INT 6810 Curriculum Development & Revision

INT 6830 Adult and Transformative Learning in Interpreter Education

Spring 2022

INT 6990 Teaching Translation

INT 6840 Distance Learning in Interpreter Education

Summer 2022

INT 6802 Methods for Teaching Interpreting

INT 6811 Performance Assessment

Fall 2022

INT 5800 Legacies and Leadership in Interpreter Education

INT 6930 Special Topics in Interpreting

Spring 2023

INT 6911 Applied Research in Interpreting

INT 6942 Pedagogy Internship