Interpretation from Gallaudet University offers two concentrations, Combined Interpreting Practice and Research (CIPR) and Interpreting Research (IR). The concentrations are available for Deaf, hard-of- hearing, and hearing people who meet the University's Graduate School and Department of Interpretation admission requirements.
Graduates with Interpretation from Gallaudet University will be able to:
- employ academic, professional, and world knowledge to the choices and decisions they make while interpreting.
- support and justify the use of points of view representing multi-cultural approaches in the work of interpretation.
- evaluate their own competencies for interpreting in relation to a variety of interpreting settings and participants in interpreted interactions.
- effectively interpret face-to-face encounters in dialogic settings with a variety of participants
- Graduates of the MA in Interpretation Program will be able to effectively interpret face-to-face encounters in monologic settings with a variety of participants.
- evaluate professional standards, practices, and ethics, not limited to the tenets of the Code of Professional Conduct, for use in their interpreting practice.
- appraise theoretical knowledge of interpretation studies in their interpreting practice, analyses, and research questions.
- effectively design and carry out all phases of small-scale research
- History of Interpreting
- Structure of Language for Interpreters: American Sign Language and English
- Discourse Analysis for Interpreters
- Interpreting Legal Discourse
- Interpreting Mental Health Discourse
- Research Methods in Interpretation
- 24 months
Start dates & application deadlines
- Apply before
March 15th or until all possible slots are filled. Students are accepted on a rolling basis.
DisciplinesLanguage Studies Languages Translation & Interpreting View 35 other Masters in Translation & Interpreting in United States
We are not aware of any English requirements for this programme.
- Official transcript of all college work
- TOEFL score (international applicants)
- Three letters of reference
- Resume/Curriculum Vitae
- Valid certification from RID (CSC, NIC, CI/CT, CDI), NAD (III, IV, or V), AVLIC (COI), or documented equivalent for international applicants
- ASLPI result of 4 or higher for ASL users
- ASLPI result of 3 or higher for international students who are non-ASL users
- Portfolio of unrehearsed interpreting samples in applicants' working languages
- One additional goals statement relating to ethics and professional practice
- A completed Graduate School Application Form, including payment of the $75 non-refundable application fee.
- At least a B (3.0 on a 4.0 scale) cumulative grade point average (GPA) in undergraduate and previous graduate work.
International27270 USD/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 27270 USD per year during 24 months.
National18180 USD/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 18180 USD per year during 24 months.
- International students (Developing countries): $27,270 per year
- International students (Non-Developing countries): $36,360 per year
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