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Translation Studies - Ph.D. Program Requirements PDFDownload to print


Course Title Credits
TRST 70001 Applied Linguistics and Translation Informatics 3
  70002 The Language Industry 3
  70003 Terminology Studies 3
  70004 Translation Pedagogy 3
  70005 Current Trends in Translation Studies 3
  70006 Empirical Methods for Translation Studies 3
  70007 Corpora in Translation 3
  70008 Translation and Cognition 3
Choose from the following:  30
TRST 80098 Research in Translation Studies (1-15)  
  80199 Dissertation I (30)*  
Specialization in a doctoral student program is accomplished via specific combination of elective seminars in the translation studies and translation informatics areas. Students must complete 6 credits hours (2 courses) in an approved combination of seminars.
Choose from the following: 6
TRST 80091 Seminar in Translation Studies (3)  
  80191 Seminar in Translation Informatics (3)  
Note: Entering Students who do not demonstrate equivalent education or experience with the content of the following M.A. level courses may be required to take one or more of these courses:
TRST 60009 Documents in Multilingual Contexts (2)  
  60010 Theory of Translation and Interpreting (2)  
  60011 Terminology and Computer Applications in Translation (3)  
  60012 Software Localization (3)  
  60013 Language Project Management (3)  

*Each doctoral candidate, upon admission to candidacy, must register for TRST 80199 Dissertation I for a total of 30 hours. It is expected that a doctoral candidate will continuously register for Dissertation I, and thereafter TRST 80299 Dissertation II, each semester, including summer, until all requirements for the degree have been met.