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Interested students should submit an application so they can be notified when the next group of students will begin the Translation & Interpreting program sequence. This date will depend on the number of interested students and the availability of instructors.
The Translation and Interpreting Program provides a favorable learning environment that will equip the bilingual learner with the theoretical and practical skills and tools to begin the lifelong learning process as a translator and/or interpreter. This certificate may be completed in 3 semesters. Classes are usually offered on weekday evenings and Saturdays.
Progression in the T&I program requires taking some courses in a specific sequence. Students must achieve “C” or higher in order to continue. If a student does not pass a course, it may be repeated the following year, dependent upon faculty recommendation and space availability.
Translation and Interpreting Courses
Register for classes using MyWeb. Review the class schedule for classes, dates and times. T & I courses use the subject code “SPA” and their descriptions are available in the catalog. Please contact the Language Arts Division with your questions or to review academic program requirements. All classes will require the purchase of textbooks or other supplies, most of which will be available at the EVC Bookstore.
Spanish 31 Introduction to Translation and Interpreting (4 units)
Spanish 35 Sight Translation (3 units)
Spanish 32 Spanish Grammar and Composition (3 units)
Spanish 36A Consecutive Interpreting (3 units)
Spanish 37A Simultaneous Interpreting (3 units)
Spanish 33 Spanish-English Linguistic Analysis (3 units)
Spanish 36B Consecutive Interpreting II (3 units)
Spanish 37B Simultaneous Interpreting II (3 units)
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