TRANS 202 Advanced Interpreting Skills I • 3 Cr.
Provides opportunities for practical experience in the interpreting modes necessary for working in different settings. Prerequisite: Acceptance into program, bilingual proficiency.
Description starting Summer 2017
Provides opportunities for practical experience in the interpreting modes necessary for working in different settings. Prerequisite: Prerequisites: Completion of 100 Level Courses (TRANS 101, 102, 104, 105, 106) with a GPA of 2.0, or permission of Program Manager.
After completing this class, students should be able to:
- Create (and edit and proofread) a client-ready translation in a variety of fields under real-life conditions (e.g. deadlines) – alone and in a team
- Evaluate the quality of a translation and accept and learn from criticism from other translators, editors, and proofreaders
- Analyze a source document for translation and estimate production time
- Perform more advanced linguistic and terminological research and develop glossaries
- Select suitable field(s) of specialization
- Reflect on translation assignments and arrive at an unbiased self-evaluation