Master of Arts in Translation for French

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French translation degree

Do you want to obtain your master’s in translation with a focus in French, and also benefit from the flexibility of an online education? Read on to discover everything that our French translation degree can provide for you and your career!

About Our Master’s of Translation in French Program

Thanks to the Gawlicki Family Foundation, we are able to offer Kent State University grad students an online M.A. in Translation program. Through our premier online program, students are able to earn their master’s in French translation from anywhere, whether it’s their own living room or within another country! Additionally, the online curriculum is perfectly suited for those currently working, as our courses can easily accommodate a busy schedule.

Course Information for the Master’s Degree in Translation with a Concentration in French

Students who obtain their French translation degree online through Kent State will take 36 semester hours’ worth of classes. For students who study with us full time, the program is completed in two years. For students looking to obtain their French translation degree on a part-time basis, the program is completed in three to six years. Visit our roadmap for part-time students for more information.

Select courses you will take as part of our program include Theory of Translation and Terminology and Computer Applications, but you will also have the opportunity to take a number of French-specific courses, including:

  • Practice of Translation in French
  • French Scientific/Technical/Medical Translation
  • French Literary and Cultural Translation
  • Commercial/Legal/Diplomatic Translation in French
  • Case Study in French Translation

Admission Information for Our French Translation Degree Online

The admission guidelines for our master’s of translation in French program include:

  • A 3.0 or higher GPA from undergraduate or graduate work
  • Two writing samples
  • An essay
  • Two oral statements of purpose (5 minutes each)
  • Three letters of recommendation 
  • TOEFL scores of 550 for written, or 80 for internet based, if an international student

For detailed information on all requirements, be sure to visit our admission requirements page, and feel free to reach out to us with any questions.

Cost Information

Our current tuition rate for the program is $536 per each credit hour. There are also additional costs for specific required courses, such as the Software Localization course ($45).

Your Opportunities with a Master’s in French Translation

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the employment rate of interpreters and translators is projected to increase by 18% from 2016-2026.

Kent State students who earn their degree in French translation will be prepared for this projected influx of opportunities, which can include numerous career roles. These include:


What Makes Kent State’s Online French Translation Degree Stand Out?

With our 90% graduation rate, a stellar faculty and staff, and exceptional coursework crafted to instruct in all aspects of translation, localization, and language project management, Kent State’s master’s degree in translation with a concentration in French is quite remarkable.

And because our classes are offered totally online, you can complete our program from anywhere in the world, and on your schedule.

Learn More About Our Online Master’s Degree in Translation for French!

Want to learn more about all that Kent State can provide for you and your career? Request more information today!