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Courses: Interpreting Role and Ethics (HUD-110)

Interpreting Role and Ethics (HUD-110)
This course will provide exploration of ethical standards and dilemmas in interpretation through discussion, case studies, scenarios and role-plays emphasizing the dynamics of the interpreting team and similarities and differences between advocates, peer counselors, and interpreters. Emphases are on values, ethics, and morality; professional principles, power and responsibility; group dynamics; and decision making. RID-NAD's Code of Ethics are discussed, practiced and applied in role-plays and scenarios.

Course Name: HUD-110
Departments: Psychology-Sociology
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite 1: HUD-103; Prerequisite 2: HUD-105
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