Interpreting and Translation Studies: Spanish-English, Intercultural Services in Healthcare and Teaching of Interpreting are intense two-semester programs, where students in each track are required to complete a minimum of 27 credit hours of course instruction, 3 credit hours of internship, and a 6 credit hour applied research project. None of the 27 credit hours of course instruction may be taken Pass/Fail.
The Interpreting and Translation Studies: Chinese-English track is a two year program of study where students are required to complete a minimum of 30 credit hours of course instruction, 3 credit hours of internship and a 6 credit hour applied research project during the last 2 semesters of the program.
At the end of each student’s program of study, the applied research project will be presented to the graduate committee. The primary members of the applied research project committee are the program faculty, but a student may include an approved committee member from outside of the program.
For additional degree requirements, see Requirements for Degrees.