This coordinated degree is designed for those interested in pursuing specialized positions in libraries or other research entities, and language-services industry opportunities. This track can be completed in French, German, Russian or Spanish to English. Both portions of this dual degree are offered entirely online.
|Total Credits Required|
|Required Language-Specific Courses (6 credits)|
|Required Core Seminars (6 credits)|
|Required Non-Language-Specific Courses (9 credits)|
|Ten MLIS Courses Approved by MLIS academic advisor (30 credits)|
The Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS) component of the coordinated degree programs includes 30 credits of SOIS courses. These include the following core courses:
The remaining 18 MLIS credits are selected from the School's offerings in accordance with the student's goals in the coordinated degree program.
Candidates are expected to fulfill the degree requirements of both graduate programs. Degrees are awarded simultaneously. Courses in related areas must be approved by the Chair of Translation & Interpreting Studies or the student’s major professor.
|Comprehensive Examination & GPA Requirements|
Students must earn a B or better to pass graduate-level courses. Students must also pass comprehensive examinations at the end of their studies. Graduate School requires a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 for graduation.