M.A. in Translation (Online)
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The Gawlicki Family Foundation Online M.A. in Translation provides students and professionals with access to the nation's most comprehensive master's degree program in translation.
Kent State's fully web-based master’s degree in Translation provides a firm foundation in the principles and practices of translation for students in Arabic, French, German, Japanese, Russian, and Spanish. You can conveniently earn your degree from anywhere in the world through our translation courses online, with classes that work with your schedule.
Choose Kent State for your M.A. in Translation online program to hone the skills you need to succeed in your career!
About Our Master’s in Translation Online
Our M.A. in Translation provides students with six language combinations to choose from, representing some of the most widely spoken and printed languages in the world.
Students working to obtain their translation degree from Kent State’s online program will complete 36 semester hours of coursework, which can be either on a full-time or part-time basis. For full-time students, coursework is completed within two years, while part-time students complete coursework in three to six years.
Our Online M.A. in Translation Courses
Students obtaining their translation degree online will take the same in-depth courses as our on-campus students, and will benefit from the greater flexibility the online structure provides.
Some of the courses we offer for our master’s degree in translation include the following:
- Specialized Translation Practice (in fields such as medicine, law, and technology)
- Terminology and CAT Tools
- Project Management
- Intercultural Communication in the Language Industry
Through this online curriculum, students will be able to expand their skillsets and become viable, competitive candidates for a variety of language industry positions following graduation.
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