Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey. Formerly the Monterey Institute of International Studies

The following are lists of classes typically offered in the MA in Translation program.

MA in Translation Curriculum

Semester 1 (Fall)

  • Introduction to Translation Written/Sight B-A (4)
  • Introduction to Translation Written/Sight A-B (4)
  • Introduction to Interpretation: B-A, A-B (4)
  • Introduction to (CAT)/ Intensive CAT (2)
  • Electives
    • Three-language tack requires: Introduction to Translation Written/Sight C-English (2-4)

Semester 2 (Spring)

  • Intermediate Translation Written/Sight B-A (4)
  • Intermediate Translation Written/Sight A-B* (4)
  • Advanced CAT (if Intensive CAT was taken, replace with electives) (2)
  • Electives
    • Three-language tack requires: Intermediate Translation C-English (2-4)

      * Three-language tack Intermediate Translation A-B (2-4 units) at discretion of the Translation & Interpretation (T&I) Language Coordinator 

Semester 3 (Fall)

  • Overview of Translation and Interpretation Studies (1)
  • Contemporary Research on Translation (2)
  • Advanced Translation I B-A (4)
  • Advanced Translation I A-B* (2-4)
  • Translation Practicum (2)
  • Directed Study: Thesis Option (optional) (2)
  • Electives
    • Three-language tack requires: Advanced Translation I C-English (2-4)

      * Three-language tack Advanced Translation A-B (0-4 units) at discretion of T&I Language Coordinator 

Semester 4 (Spring)

  • Translation and Interpretation as a Profession (1-2)
  • Advanced Translation II  B-A (4)
  • Advanced Translation II  A-B* (2-4)
  • Translation Practicum (2)
  • Directed Study: Thesis Option (optional) (2) 
  • Electives
    • Three-language tack requires: Advanced Translation II C-English (2-4)

      * Three-language tack Advanced Translation A-B (0-4 units) at discretion of T&I Language Coordinator