Translation coursework generally follows the path below:

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 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