What kind of education does an interpreter receive?

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Interpreting degrees are earned at associate, bachelor, and master levels. Many interpreters also obtain degrees in related fields such as: Linguistics, English, Communication, or Deaf Studies. As of 2008, a person testing to become state certified must have a minimum of an associate degree or equivalent and as of 2012, a person testing to become nationally certified must have a minimum of a bachelor degree or equivalent.

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