Transl & Intrp as a Profession
Prepares students for professional life. Course activities include interactive presentations by the professor and guest speakers; peer-to-peer discussions on and offline; on- and off-campus career events, and submission of a Career Management Action Plan (CMAP). Sessions focus on such topics as networking, specializing, freelance invoicing, accounting and tax preparation, client relations, collegial relations, project management, interpreter and translator ethics, court, medical and conference interpreting, working for international organizations, and navigating US and foreign markets.
Prerequisites: Completion of third-semester MAT, MATI, MACI, or MATLM coursework.