Are you bilingual? Then, why not become an interpreter? Why not take your language skills, build on them, learn the terminology and procedures of the legal or medical field, and enter a prestigious, well-paid profession?The specialized legal/medical courses will be offered for bilingual Spanish/English first, with other languages to be added in future semesters.
Test Preparation Class Pre-requisite:
Interpreting Introduction, or
40 Interpreting Hours, or
Approval by the instructor
Interpreting Introduction Class Pre-requisite:
Bilingual (Good command of two languages)