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Translation Studies

  • Addresses Technology-Oriented Market
  • Taught by Industry Experts
  • Includes Theory and Practical Application

The field of translation offers a plethora of employment opportunities in a variety of industries. If you are considering a career or a credit degree program in this area, these courses provide a broad overview of the field as well as the basic concepts and key components of computer-assisted tools (CAT) and terminology management in a hands-on instructional format.

This Fall, study from anywhere in the world in the safety and comfort of your home through online or remote instruction.

Precis Writing and Report Writing for International Organizations

Learn techniques to help move your career ahead in this fast-paced world as a freelance précis writer or report writer.

2021 Fall
1 section

Introduction to Professional Translation

Acquire a comprehensive overview of the translation field in this language-neutral course suitable for all language pairs that involve English.

2021 Fall
1 section

Community-Based Translation and Interpreting: Access and Advocacy

Gain an introduction to language justice principles and ethical norms when providing community-based translation and interpreting.

2021 Fall
1 section

Publishing Your Literary Translation: Finding and Securing a Publisher

If you are interested in literary translation, take this course to develop the specific skills needed to break into the field.

2021 Fall
1 section

Audiovisual Translation: Subtitling, Dubbing, and More

Gain an overview of the technical and methodological underpinnings of audiovisual media translation.

Introduction to Translation Tools and Terminology

Gain an understanding of the basic concepts and components of CAT tools and terminology management using a few of the more common options available.

Transcreation and Localization

Learn the fundamental principles of transcreation and localization, applicable to any language pair in which English is the target language.