The courses offered in the Translation, Interpretation, and Localization Management programs are designed to build students' practical and professional skills, theoretical knowledge, and technological expertise.
Below are brief descriptions of the courses that we offer, for more detailed information regarding a particular language pairing, please click here.
Practical & Professional Skills
Translation courses are offered in each language pairing and in both A>B and B>A directions. Content in these courses focuses on all domains and text types, ranging from news articles and technical reports to philosophical and literary works.
Sight translation is an important skill for both translators and interpreters to have. Whether handed a document in a hospital or courtroom setting, or utilizing a provided lecture script for an international conference, your sight translation skills are certain to be a professional asset.
Consecutive Interpretation courses are offered in each language pairing and in both A>B and B>A directions.
Simultaneous interpretation courses are offered in each language pairing and in both A>B and B>A directions.
Localization Project Portfolio
Translation & Interpretation as a Profession
Localization as a Profession
Translation & Interpretation Studies/ Overview of Translation Studies
Research on Translation
Research on Interpreting
Computer-Assisted Translation (CAT) Tools
Translation Management Systems