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COMM610

Introduction to Translation and Interpreting Studies

Prerequisite: Students must complete an admissions test for first year courses; and permission of ARHU-Communication department. Provides an overview of the interdisciplinary fields of Translation and Interpreting Studies and establishes relationships between scholarly study and professional practice. Examines how theories and concepts inform practice, guide to a higher level of competence, and address issues of interlingual, intercultural mediation in authentic, real-world settings both past and present. serves as a foundation course for reflective practice and portfolio work through action research methodology and process Must be in Graduate Studies in Translation and Interpreting program. For permission to enroll, contact oes@umd.edu. Click here for program information.

Fall 2021

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Average GPA: 3.77 between 102 students

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