Certificate in Healthcare Translation & Interpreting
Total 15 CEUs
Loyola professor sworn in as one of first certified court interpreters in Louisiana GO »
The Office of Professional & Continuing Studies seeks to carry out Loyola’s commitment to serve the educational needs of working adults, and offer flexible study across colleges during Loyola’s Summer Sessions. It is the responsibility of this office to provide the adult student with the information, skills and knowledge necessary to begin or to advance in a variety of professional areas, and to coordinate and manage all processes and procedures involved with Loyola’s Summer Sessions.
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40th Caribbean Studies Association (CSA) conference in New Orleans - May 25-29 . »
TRIN students will provide the interpreting services - October 2015: City Councilwoman LaToya Cantrell has introduced a resolution that calls for certain immigrant-friendly policy changes, like more multi-lingual signage and more translators in City Hall, but her measure stops well short of calling for an ordinance similar to one in place in San Francisco.
Students in our Translation & Interpreting program who join pro bono project to aid children are at the forefront of addressing an urgent need for what many see as a developing humanitarian crisis. GO »
The Certificate in Translation & Interpreting (TRIN) is a non-credit certificate program offered jointly by the Office of Professional & Continuing Studies and the Department of Languages & Cultures. It is designed for fully bilingual students who are interested in learning techniques and codes of practice in the fields of Spanish/English, English/Spanish translation and interpreting in legal and/or healthcare settings.
Certificate in Translation & Interpreting - For the TRIN certification to be successful, it is our belief that students fulfill the practicum in one or many of the areas studied.
Loyola University offers local law enforcement agencies a tuition discount for the Bachelor of Criminal Justice program. To be eligible for this program the student must be employed by one of the following agencies: