M.A. in Translation | Department of Modern & Classical Language Studies | Kent State University

The Master of Arts degree programs in translation are offered in six language concentrations: Arabic, French, German, Japanese, Russian and Spanish. The translation program prepares students for careers in translation, language engineering, international business and government.

See the Institute for Applied Linguistics website for more detailed information on the Translation Program. 


onsite m.a. in translation 

The onsite M.A. in Translation program prepares students to be skilled translators and language professionals while also allowing them to experience the Kent State University campus and surrounding community. The onsite curriculum provides a firm foundation in the principles and practices of translation for students in Arabic, French, German, Japanese, Russian, and Spanish.

Learn more about the Onsite M.A. in Translation

For questions regarding the onsite program admissions or requirements, please contact Dr. Said Shiyab, Graduate Coordinator, at sshiyab@kent.edu

online m.a. in translation

The Gawlicki Family Foundation Online M.A. in Translation provides students and professionals with access to the nation's most comprehensive graduate program in translation. 

Kent State's fully web-based curriculum provides a firm foundation in the principles and practices of translation for students in Arabic, French, German, Japanese, Russian, and Spanish. Conveniently earn your degree from anywhere in the world, with courses that work with your schedule. 

Learn more about the Online M.A. in Translation

For questions regarding the online program admissions or requirements, please contact Dr. Erik Angelone, Online Program Coordinator, at eangelon@kent.edu


Admission Requirements

Please refer to the Institute for Applied Linguistics admissions page for the Master of Arts in Translation for complete details.