This course, designed for individuals who are bilingual in English and Spanish or English and Portuguese, will focus on skills acquired during coursework in Medical Interpreter I and Medical Interpreter II. The course adheres to the Standards of Practice for medical interpreters as established by the National Council on Interpreting in Healthcare. Students will complete 150 hours of supervised medical interpreter activity in a community healthcare organization*. Students may repeat this course to be qualified in another language if desired.
Prerequisite: MIN102; Co-requisite: BIO105
Note: MIN200 participants in a clinical site practicum must meet all immunization requirements and pass CORI/SORI checks. Please refer to the policy statements of Immunization Requirements and Criminal Offender Record Information and Sex Offender Registry Information. CORI/SORI checks may be required throughout the program.