Translation & Interpreting, MA
for the Master of Art in Translation & Interpretation, On Campus or Online
Students on campus must take a minimum of 12 credit hours per semester (3 courses); 2 of which should be Translation Studies required courses, to maintain full-time status. The required courses must be taken in the order in which they are offered to complete degree requirements. Campus based courses follow the 16-week calendar. All students must follow a four-semester (Fall and Spring) schedule to complete this program. It is not possible to accelerate the program. Students who request a leave of absence from the program must apply to the department for re-entry.
Students working online will take two 4-credit hour courses per semester that will be offered sequentially, for eight weeks each. The courses will be asynchronous. Interaction with the instructor and other students will be required and facilitated through the state-of-the-art course delivery platform. Online students are required to keep pace with the course schedule. The requirements are the same as for the campus based program.
For additional details and requirements refer to the Graduate College Handbook.
This degree program can be completed either on campus or online; the requirements are listed below:
|TRST 500||Translation and Interpretation: Reflective Practice||4|
|TRST 410||Translation and Interpreting Theory & Practice||4|
|TRST 407||Terminology and CAT||4|
|Specialization: Students must complete 8 hours in one specialization:||8|
See Center for Translation Studies webpage for a list of appropriate courses for each specialization.
|Elective courses: See Center for Translation Studies webpage for a list of appropriate courses.||8|
|TRST 540||Translation Capstone||4|
|Other rquirements may overlap|
|Minimum 500-level Hours Required Overall:||12|