a. High school diploma or equivalent (GED).
b. Fluency in both English and Spanish (ability to speak, read and write at advanced level) as demonstrated in the program’s English and Spanish Entrance Exams.
c. Students who place at an Advanced English language level but only an Intermediate Spanish language level on the program’s Entrance Exam may also enter the program if they receive the Program Director’s approval and complete the necessary coursework that allow students to progress to the Advanced Spanish proficiency level.
English and Spanish Entrance Exam:
1. Interview with the Director of the Program, Gloria Romero.
2. Placement examinations (English Accuplacer and translation English-Spanish and Spanish-English test).
3. If placement on the exam is at an Intermediate Spanish level, NHU will be offering a Spanish refresher course: SPAN 301 Advanced Grammar and Composition on February 13, 2012.
NHU will be offering a Spanish refresher course: SPAN 301 Advanced Grammar and Composition. This is a 6-week course that, once passed with a satisfactory grade of a C or better, will allow students who enter the Translation & Interpretation certificate program with a score of Intermediate Spanish level on the Entrance Exam to progress to the Advanced Spanish level.