CO-OP

 

Cooperative Education (Co-op)

Student Eligibility Information

INTERPRETER EDUCATION PROGRAM

(A55300)

(Note: This information is effective in the 2010-2011 catalog year and later)

Eligibility Requirements: Student enrolled in a Co-op approved curriculum should meet the following eligibility requirements prior to placement:

  1. Maintain a minimum 2.5 program GPA.
  2. Have satisfactorily completed the following courses:

For placement into COE 111:

ASL 111 & ASL 181 Elementary ASL I & Lab

ASL 112 & ASL 182 Elementary ASL II & Lab

ASL 211 & ASL 281 Intermediate ASL I & Lab

ASL 212 & ASL  282 Intermediate ASL II & Lab

IPP 111 Introduction to Interpretation

IPP 112 Comparative Cultures

ASL 250 Linguistics of ASL

IPP 152 ASL/English Translation

IPP 153 Introduction to Discourse Analysis

IPP 161 Consecutive Interpretation

For placement into COE121, students must also have satisfactorily completed these courses:

COE 111 Co-op Work Experience I

COE 115 Co-op Work Experience Seminar I

IPP 221 Simultaneous Interpretation I

IPP 240 Ethical Standards and Practices

Plus one ASL elective from the following:
ASL 151 Numbers & Fingerspelling; ASL 221 Advanced ASL1; ASL 222
Advanced ASL II, Global Deaf Community

3. Be recommended for placement by Faculty in the Interpreter Education Program.

4. Each student participating in the Co-op Work Experience will be enrolled in a seminar class in order to process what he/she is learning in the field.