Welcome to the Graduate Certificate in Translating, offered by the Department of Languages and Culture Studies at UNC Charlotte!
The Graduate Certifcate in Languages and Culture Studies: Translating offers options in the following language pairs: English-French, English-German, English-Japanese, English-Russian, and English-Spanish. It is designed for Early Entry, post-baccalaureate, graduate, and post-graduate students. Students typically complete the required 12 graduate credit hours in 2-3 semesters, and may begin the program in either the Fall or Spring semester.
Students in the certificate program study the history, theory, methodology, and profession of translation; work intensively in the analysis and translation of different types of discourse, including non-literary and literary texts; become familiar with computer-assisted translation; and develop advanced post-editing skills. Graduate level coursework may also include special topics courses in translation and up to 3 credit hours of professional internship credit in translating. Translating is done in both directions of a given language pair.
See planning sheets for more information about coursework.
See the Graduate Catalog for more program details.
For More Information
Dr. Concepcion Godev, Graduate Director
Department of Languages and Culture Studies
University of North Carolina at Charlotte
9201 University City Blvd.
Charlotte, NC 28223-0001