Downtown Milwaukee Campus
This two-semester program prepares you for employment to facilitate communication between patients with limited English proficiency and medical personnel.
Career Outlook: Interpreters form a vital link in providing better healthcare. The increasing need for professional medical interpreters can be attributed to our community's changing demographics, the need to provide quality care through effective communication, and federal laws requiring language assistive services.
Program Code: 30-538-1
Start Date: August
This program does not have a waitlist.
Students are admitted through a petition process.
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A criterion considered in the petition process is verification of student residency. Students selected via the petition process are chosen based on MATC district residency, then Wisconsin nondistrict residency, followed by nonresidents, unless otherwise stated.
Detailed Program Information:
Fall 2015 – Spring 2016 Course Requirements