Undergraduate Catalog 2023-2024

Diagnostic Assessment and Skills Training Series Certificate

Program Overview

College of Education and Behavioral Sciences


The Diagnostic Assessment and Skills Training Series uses an in-depth pre-diagnostic assessment and report to identify patterns in your work, both strengths and weaknesses that need attention. These patterns will define which lessons within the program you will complete. At the end, you will participate in a post-diagnostic assessment to evaluate your progress towards improving the patterns identified in your pre-assessment report and assist you in defining an ongoing professional development plan. The set of three courses is designed to help you analyze and improve your interpreting skills.

Professional Development Certificate Requirements — 9 Credits

Required Major — 9 credits

INTR 470Skill Performance Assessment for Working Interpreters


INTR 471Skill Development for Working Interpreters I


INTR 472Skills Development for Working Interpreters II


A "B" grade in each of the courses must be achieved to earn the Professional Development Certificate.

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