About this Program

Certificates must contain at least nine credits of coursework that are unique to that program out of all other certificates and minors.

Admission Requirements

  • An A- or higher in 3rd-year (advanced) language courses in Classics, LLC or SPS
    • OR: high score of proficiency on a standardized language exam or equivalent
  • At least one writing enhanced course
  • Informal recommendation from language instructor willing to oversee capstone project
  • Informal recommendation from instructor in student’s major willing to oversee capstone project

Required Courses

Core courses6
Theory and Practice of Foreign Language Translation
Advanced Foreign Language Translation Workshop
Language Program elective3
Select 1:
Foreign Language Translation for the Professions
Composition and Stylistics
Writing in French
German Text Translation and Generation I
German Text Translation and Generation II
Modern Greek Literature Since 1830
Greek Drama
Greek Historians
Studies in Greek Literature
HBR XXXX
The Merchant in Translation
Japanese Translation: Theory and Practice
Studies in Latin Literature
The Roman Historians
Vergil and Roman Epic
Medieval Latin
Introduction to Portuguese Translation and Interpretation
Theory and Practice of Russian-English Translation 1
Theory and Practice of Russian-English Translation 2
Spanish Translation and Interpretation: Theory and Practice
Capstone Project
Advanced Foreign Language Translation Workshop 1
Total Credits9

Model Semester Plan

Prerequisites

Semester 3
Advanced Language course 1
Semester 4
Advanced Language course 2

Required Courses

Semester 5
Advanced or specialized foreign language course3
Semester 6
FOT 4801Theory and Practice of Foreign Language Translation3
Semester 7
Elective in foreign language program3
Semester 8
FOT 4810Advanced Foreign Language Translation Workshop3