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Subject:

Summer & Fall 2007 Translation Program Courses

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Gregory Orloff <[log in to unmask]>

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Wed, 21 Mar 2007 13:18:52 -0400

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ANNOUNCEMENT


Date:       21 March 2007

To:         All UF Graduate Students

From:       Rutecleia Zarin
            UF Translation Studies Certificate Program
            [log in to unmask]

Reply To:   [log in to unmask]

RE:         SUMMER & FALL 2007 TRANSLATION PROGRAM COURSES 


The UF Translation Studies Certificate (TSC) Program, in the UF Center for
Latin American Studies, is open to undergraduate, graduate and non-degree
students in all majors. It prepares students for a career in translation or
enhances career opportunities in fields where translation skills make one
more marketable. The student receives the certificate after completion of 15
credits (three required courses and two electives).

Requirements

Language proficiency: candidates for the program must have intermediate to
native speaker proficiency in the source language and advanced to native
speaker proficiency in the target language.

Educational credentials: sandidate can be an undergraduate or graduate
student in any major. Non-degree students must already have a bachelor of
arts or bachelor of science degree.
       
Entrance and exit tests: new candidates need to take an entrance test to
assure their language proficiency and competence in translating in their
language pair (source and target language).  

Required courses: (1) Theory & Practice of Translation, (2) Terminology and
Computer-Assisted Translation (CAT), and (3) Translation Studies Practicum
(internship, capstone project or research paper).

Summer and Fall 2007 Schedule of Courses
        
Summer A 2007 (registration starts on March 26 and ends on May 14; classes
run May 14 through June 22):

FOT4800/FOT6940 Translation Studies Practicum (adviser TBA). 

FOT4810/FOT6810 Legal Translation and Interpretation; Thursday 5:00 - 8:15
p.m., 376 Grinter Hall (Gil).

Summer B 2007 (Registration starts on March 26 ends on June 29; classes run
July 2 through August 10):

FOT4801/FOT6805 Theory and Practice of Translation; Thursday 5:00 - 8:15
p.m., 376 Grinter Hall (TBA). 

FOT4800/FOT6940 Translation Studies Practicum (adviser TBA).
      
Fall 2007 (Registration starts on March 26 and ends on August 21; classes
run August 23 through December 5):

FOT4801/FOT6805 Theory and Practice of Translation; Monday 5:10-8:10pm, 376
Grinter Hall (TBA).

FOT4810/FOT6810 Translation for Government; Friday 3:00 - 6:00 p.m., 376
Grinter Hall (Ratican).

FOT4812C/FOT6816C Terminology and Computer-Assisted Translation (online).

FOT4800/FOT6940 Translation Studies Practicum (adviser TBA).

For more information, visit the UF Translation Studies Certificate Program
website (www.translationstudies.ufl.edu) or e-mail [log in to unmask]

Thank you.

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