Nov 27, 2021  
2019-2020 University Bulletin 
    
2019-2020 University Bulletin [ARCHIVED BULLETIN]

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TRAN 299 - Translation and Interpretation: Community-based Learning

1-3 hours
This course is designed to introduce and involve students in active translation/interpreting tasks within specific community field settings, under the supervision of program faculty, ideally related to the student’s professional track. Collaboration with the Office of Community Based-Learning will be required and facilitated by the professor. The overall purpose is to ensure that students have a professional opportunity in which they are active in translation/interpreting tasks, as well as have other learning activities related to the general work context of translation/interpreting, (e.g. attending, conferences, an agency visit, interpreter-assisted court proceedings, shadowing in health care settings etc.) The program will also facilitate finding and sharing with students internship and community-based openings as possible, however students are encouraged to seek opportunities that best fit their specific and individual goals.

Prerequisite(s): TRAN 101  and either ENGL 310,   ENGL 316,   ENGL 317,   ENGL 322,   ENGL 326,  or ENGL 359 ; or consent of instructor.



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