The Center for Translation Studies in the School of Literatures, Cultures and Linguistics offers a graduate program leading to a Master's in Translation and Interpreting.
Candidates for the Master's degree may specialize in one of three tracks: Translation for the Professions, Literary and Applied Literary Translation, or Conference and Community Interpreting.
Translation for the Professions Literary and Applied Literary Translation Conference and Community Interpreting
Turn your love of languages into a marketable career!
Imagine yourself in a fast-paced business environment communicating cultural differences in the midst of important business deals. Or imagine serving as a crucial communication link between patients and doctors, diplomats and politicians, literary artists and the world.
The ability to decode cultures and bridge worlds—translation and interpreting—is one of the most highly demanded skills today. And if you love languages, you can become part of this dynamic field.
Applicants to be considered for admission to the Master's Program in Translation and Interpreting should have an undergraduate degree (B.A. or B.S.) in languages, linguistics, international studies, area studies, or a related field. Applicants must have command of one or preferably two languages in addition to English and must meet the minimum admissions requirements of the Graduate College.