M.A. in Translation and Interpretation: English/Spanish-Spanish/English
The curriculum for this program is designed to address three of the principal environments where translation and interpretation (English-Spanish and Spanish-English) are currently needed, and will be more intensely needed in the future; that is, legal, healthcare and business environments. In addition, governing translation/interpretation principles are also studied for application to language environments covered and not covered by the program.
The program consists of 15 (3 credits each) courses to be taken in a predetermined fashion. Therefore, a total of 45 credits are required to complete the M.A. in Translation and Interpretation.
As part of the program requirements the student will complete the following:
- A 100 hour internship with the State Courts, a healthcare institution, a translation or Interpretation company
- A final Master Project, which may take the form of a thesis, under the supervision of an assigned faculty advisor.
Carmen Lamas, Ph.D.
The Hispanic Institute at La Salle University
Assistant Professor of Spanish
Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures
1900 West Olney Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19141 USA
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