Certificate in Spanish/English Interpretation
This program is designed to develop the interpreting skills for service in the courts, state agencies, and in the medical and private sectors. It is specifically designed to prepare participants to pass the state certification examinations.
Faculty members are all adjunct instructors who are state court interpreters.
Certified Spanish/English interpreters are in heavy demand in the courts and administrative agencies at the county, state, and federal levels. Interpreters are self-employed and contract with courts and agencies for specific cases. In addition, law firms and corporations often use certified interpreters on a freelance basis. Interpreters work either as court employees or freelance for the state courts, state agencies, interpreting agencies and health organizations.
Admission requirements are 56 units of prior semester units (B.A. preferred) and a passing score in the SFSU Bilingual Entrance Exam.
There are six core courses and two elective courses. For complete course descriptions, contact the program coordinator or go to www.cel.sfsu/interpretation.
|FL 400||Introduction to Interpreting|
|FL 401||Sight Translation|
|FL 403||Consecutive Interpretation I|
|FL 405||Consecutive Interpretation II (with laboratory)|
|FL 407||Simultaneous Interpretation I (with laboratory)|
|FL 409||Simultaneous Interpretation II (with laboratory)|
|SPAN 365||Medical Interpretation|
|FL 9914||Advanced Interpreting & Oral Exam Prep (with laboratory)|
Courses are offered in the evenings and on Saturday mornings at the SFSU Downtown Center except for the two laboratory courses offered at the main campus. Laboratory courses are held at the main campus, and non-laboratory courses are held at the SFSU Downtown Campus.
1600 Holloway Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94132 (415) 338-1111
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