The coursework of a Translation and Interpretation student typically follows the path listed 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 (2)

Introduction to Interpretation: A-B (2)

Introduction to Computer-Assisted Translation (CAT) (2) (recommended)

Semester 2 (Spring)

Intermediate Translation Written/Sight B-A (4)

Intermediate Translation Written/Sight A-B (2-4)

Intermediate Interpretation - Consecutive B-A (2)

Intermediate Interpretation - Consecutive A-B (2)

Intermediate Interpretation - Simultaneous B-A (2) (recommended)

Advanced CAT (2) (recommended)

Semester 3 (Fall)

Overview of Translation Studies (1)

Contemporary Research on Translation or Contemporary Research on Interpretation (1-2)

Advanced Translation I (4)*

Advanced Interpretation I - Consecutive B-A (2)

Advanced Interpretation I - Consecutive A-B (2)

Advanced Interpretation I - Simultaneous B-A (2) (recommended)

Electives 

  • *Allocation of the 4 units and language direction to be determined in consultation with the T&I Language Coordinator
  • Simultaneous A-B at the discretion of the T&I Language Coordinator 

Semester 4 (Spring)

Translation and Interpretation as a Profession (1-2)

Advanced Translation II  (4)*

Advanced Interpretation II - Consecutive B-A (2)

Advanced Interpretation II - Consecutive A-B (2)

Advanced Interpretation II - Simultaneous B-A (2) (recommended)

Electives 

  • *Allocation of the 4 units and language direction to be determined in consultation with the T&I Language Coordinator
  • Simultaneous A-B at the discretion of the T&I Language Coordinator