Graduate Diplomate in Translation
The Diplomate in Translation Studies offers graduate students a flexible, yet cohesive, program of study designed to develop practical and theoretical translational skills, cultural mediation competence and professional interpreting capabilities required by an increasing multi-cultural society.
The program encourages students who complete courses in the Diplomate certificate program with a GPA of 3.5 or higher to continue their graduate studies by pursuing the Master of Arts in Spanish or the M.A.I.S. with a concentration in Spanish.
Required Courses: 15 hours
The Diplomate in Translation Studies requires the completion of 15 graduate hours in Translation courses under one or more rubrics (SPAN/TRSP) with a minimum GPA of 3.0
Students must enroll in, at least, one Translation Workshop, one Translation Theory course, and one Topics course, totaling 9 credit hours.
The remaining 6 credit hours are electives to be chosen from Interpreting, Translation Workshop, Topics or Specialized Translation Courses.
A Bachelor’s degree with, at least, nine upper-division in one or more of the following areas: Spanish, Translation, English, Communications, or Criminal Justice.
Additional requirements for admission into the program
1. Entry interview by the members of the Diplomate program faculty
2. A letter of recommendation from the student’s undergraduate faculty advisor.
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3. Satisfactory score on the Spanish Essay
4. Satisfactory score in the Translation of a Document from English to Spanish, and from Spanish to English.
Students taking Translation courses for Spanish (SPAN) credit must have a Bachelor’s degree with, at least, 12 upper-division hours in Spanish.