Translation: Spanish (Undergraduate Certificate)
Undergraduate Certificate in Translation
Students receive an Undergraduate Certificate in French, German, Russian, or Spanish by completing 15 credit hours of coursework according to the sequence required for their particular language. All courses taken in the Department of World Languages and Cultures toward the certificate may be used by undergraduates toward departmental majors or minors in the same language.
The emphasis of this program is on translation into English. This certificate program provides students with an academic grounding in translation theory and practice. Students interested in obtaining further translation credentials are encouraged to discuss their options with the appropriate language advisor.
Admission to the Program
Open to all students who have completed the appropriate 300-level Conversation and Composition II or Advanced II language course, or equivalent. Equivalency is determined in consultation with faculty advisor. Students whose native language is not English must meet university requirements for English competency (minimum TOEFL score of 600). Before commencing the program, students should consult the appropriate advisor in the Department of World Languages and Cultures to plan out their program of study.
- 15 credit hours of approved coursework according to the course requirements. For core courses to count toward the certificate, students must receive a grade of B or better; for elective courses, a grade of C or better is required. For non-core courses, students complete an additional translation project beyond the normal course requirements and must receive a satisfactory evaluation for their project. Students will only be permitted to do these translation projects after having completed at least one of the first two core courses.
Core (9 credit hours)
One of the following:
Electives (6 credit hours)
- Two courses selected from the other core courses or from approved offerings in Spanish at the 300-level or above.