SPN 335 Overview
An in-depth analysis and application of interpreter and translator ethical codes including: accuracy, confidentiality, avoidance of conflicts of interest, professional demeanor, maintaining a proper role, competency, reporting ethical violations, professional development, disciplinary procedures and cultural advocacy. Model scenarios will be used for developing and applying ethical judgments in business, legal and medical interpretation and translation. In this course, students also will learn to recognize the role of cultural competency to produce accurate interpretation and translation work. Prerequisite: SPN 334.
- 3.00 Credits