M.A. in Translation with a Concentration in Russian

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Do you want to get your master’s in translation with a focus in Russian, and want to be able to learn from anywhere in the world? Read all about Kent State’s master’s in Russian translation to discover all that our program can offer you and your career!

About Our Master's of Translation in Russian Program

Thanks to the Gawlicki Family Foundation, Kent State University is able to supply grad students with our online M.A. in Translation program. Through this program, students are able to earn their master’s degree in translation in Russian from wherever is convenient for them – anywhere in the world! Best yet, the online curriculum is tailored to accommodate our students’ busy schedules.

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

The students in our Russian translation degree’s online program will take a total of 36 semester hours’ worth of classes, which includes a case study in translation as an exit project. For full-time students in our program, courses will be completed in two years. For part-time students, courses can be completed in three to six years. Please refer to the roadmap for part-time students for full details on this option.

Several of the courses you will take in our online program, such as Project Management as well as Terminology and Computer Applications, will cross all six of the language concentrations we offer. Other classes will be specific to the Russian-English language pair, including:

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

Admission Information for Our Russian Translation Degree Online

Kent State’s guidelines for admission in our master’s of translation in Russian program are as follows:

  • 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 details on all of our program requirements, refer to our admission requirements page and be sure to contact our team with any questions you may have.

Cost Information

The current tuition for our online Russian translation degree 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 Russian Translation

As stated by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the employment rate for interpreters and translators is projected to increase by 18% from 2016 to 2026, which is much faster than the national average for careers.

When you finish our online program for Russian translation, you will be well equipped for a variety of roles within the translation field. Some of these career opportunities include the following:


What Makes Our Online Russian Translation Degree at Kent State Different?

With a 90% graduation rate, an exceptional faculty and staff, and unique courses that have been crafted to instruct our students on all aspects of translation, localization, and language project management, the online master’s degree in translation with a concentration in Russian is quite outstanding!

And because our online translation master’s program is offered totally online, our students are able to take their classes from anywhere with internet access. So whether you’re on the go and need to stop into a coffee shop or you’re in the comfort of your own home, you’ll be able to easily access our industry-relevant Russian translation courses and have them fit your schedule.

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

Have questions for our team about our online program for translation with a Russian focus? Be sure to reach out to us!