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Document 2327617
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Evidence of academic achievement and potential for
advanced study and research is required for graduate
admission. Admission requirements for the Diplomate
in Translation Studies are:
• Entry interview
• Letter of recommendation from the student’s
undergraduate faculty advisor
• Satisfactory performance on a Spanish essay.
English.
CALENDAR OF EXPECTED OFFERING:
GRADUATION POSSIBLE AS EARLY AS
DECEMBER 2010
REQUIRED COURSES: 15 HOURS
100% online courses
• Satisfactory performance on the translation of a
15 CREDIT HOUR PROGRAM
document from English to Spanish and from Spanish to
professional interpreting capabilities required by an
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
increasing multi-cultural society.
CORE COURSES
study designed to develop practical and theoretical
translational skills, cultural mediation competence and
virtually anywhere a computer has a connection to
Internet. Flexible weekly modules allow for every
personal schedule. Designed and imparted by
world-class academicians and professionals from all
over the Americas and Europe, who teach in
prestigious universities around the globe, this program
brings together an extensive knowhow in the online
PREREQUISITES
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.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Visit www.utb-translation.org or contact
Dr. José M. Dávila-Montes at [email protected]
or (956) 882-8215
Students must enroll in, at least, one Translation Workshop,
one Translation Theory course, and one Topics course,
totaling 9 credit hours.
ELECTIVE COURSES
The remaining 6 credit hours are electives to be chosen
from Interpreting, Translation Workshop, Topics or
Specialized Translation Courses.
SPRING 2010
TRSP6330- Translation Theory
SUMMER 2010
INTG6376- Consecutive Interpreting
FALL 2010
TRSP6320- English-Spanish Translation Workshop
TRSP6322- Spanish-English Translation Workshop
TRSP6335- Topic: Audiovisual Translation
TRSP6335- Topic: Translation Technologies
SPRING 2011
TRSP6330- Translation Theory
TRSP6325- Especialized Trasnslation: Literary Translation
TRSP6335- Tocpic: Translation of Legal Texts
TRSP6335- Topic: Business and Finnancial Translation
delivery of this discipline.
SUMMER 2011
Ideal for graduates who want to pursue a career in the
INTG6377- Simultaneous Interpreting
INTG6379- Practicum: Medical Terminology
TRSP6335- Capstone Research/Projects
Translation/Interpreting profession, or for practicing
professionals who want to deepen their abilities and
hone their skills in areas of specialization.
www.utb.edu
ALL COURSEWORK TAKEN WITHIN THE PROGRAM MAY BE USED
TOWARDS A DEGREE BY UTB.
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