MA in Translation and Interpreting
In our MA program in Translation and Interpreting, taught by a faculty that features accomplished translators and interpreters, you will develop the academic and professional skills this field demands.
FULLY ONLINE OR RESIDENTIAL--YOUR CHOICE
The program is offered in two instructional modes: online or on campus. Online students take the same core courses and are taught by the same instructors as campus students. There is no requirement for online students to come to campus, but online students are always welcome at all events, including the graduation ceremony. Because the content and requirements of the online and campus modes are identical, the final transcript and diploma do not specify the instructional mode.
CHOOSE YOUR SPECIALIZATION: INTERPRETING, LITERARY TRANSLATION, OR TRANSLATION FOR THE PROFESSIONS
Candidates for the Master’s degree complete coursework in the foundations and practice of translation and interpreting, and may specialize in one of three areas: Translation for the Professions, Literary Translation, or Conference and Community Interpreting. We encourage all students to also explore areas outside of their area of specialization. All foundation courses are taught in English and practice work is done in the student’s language pair.
The course requirements for the MA are outlined here.
WE SUPPORT WORK IN OVER A DOZEN LANGUAGES
With the assistance of language support experts from the School of Literatures, Cultures, and Linguistics (SLCL), our core faculty currently guide translation and interpreting practice and research in the following language pairs: English + Arabic, Basque, Catalan, Chinese, Czech, French, German, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian and Ukrainian.
If you would like to work in English + a language you do not see mentioned here, please contact us. It's possible we can arrange for instructional support for your language.
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS AND APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS
You can find more information about the application requirements, and instructions to apply, here.