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MA Program in Translation and Interpreting

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Program URL: http://www.translation.illinois.edu/programs/masters.html

Campus: Urbana-Champaign

Program Type: Master's Degree

Award Conferred: Master of Arts

Total Number of Credit Hours: 32 Sem. Hr(s).

Candidates for the Masterís degree complete coursework in the foundations and practice of translation and interpreting, and may specialize in Translation for the Professions, Literary and Applied Literary Translation, or Conference and Community Interpreting. The program is offered online as well as on campus. Requirements are identical, whether the MA is completed online or on campus. The final transcript and diploma do not specify the instructional mode. Both the online and the campus program are full-time programs and require a time commitment averaging about 25-30 hours per week.
We will accept qualified students working in any languages that our program can support. Currently our core faculty represent expertise in Arabic, French, German, and Spanish. Affiliate faculty members may be available to offer support in many other languages; please contact us to check on the availability of instructional support. The UIUC School of Literatures, Cultures, and Linguistics currently teaches 37 languages from all world regions.

Contact(s):

Joyce Tolliver 
Associate Professor and Director
Center for Translation Studies
4080 FLB
707 South Matthews
Urbana, IL 61801-
Phone: (217) 244-6508
E-mail: joycet@illinois.edu


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