Graduate Certificate in Interpreting

The Graduate Certificate in Interpreting is designed for those who have earned an undergraduate degree, have either significant industry experience or post-graduate degrees, and are interested in language-services careers focused on interpreting.

Requirements

Total Credits Required

21 credits

Interpreting Courses (12 credits)
  • Trnsltn 700 - Consecutive Interpreting, 3 credits
  • Trnsltn 711 - Ethics & Procedures in Interpreting, 3 credits
  • Trnsltn 722 - Simultaneous Interpreting, 3 credits
  • Trnsltn 750 - Other Modes of Interpreting, 3 credits
Required Courses (6 credits)
  • Trnsltn 710 - Comparative Systems, 3 credits
  • Trnsltn 730 - Internship in Translation, 3 credits
Electives (3 credits)

List is not exhaustive

  • Trnsltn 530 - Business & Professional Aspects of Translation, 3 credits
  • Trnsltn 7xx - Translation Workshop, 3 credits
  • Trnsltn 727 - Project Management in Translation, 3 credits
  • Trnsltn 728 – Editing for the Translation Industry, 3 credits
  • Approved course in your area of specialization (can be offered by a unit other than Translation & Interpreting Studies)


GPA Requirements

Students must earn a B or better to pass graduate-level courses. Graduate School requires a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 for the award of a Graduate Certificate.