This concentration prepares students for a career in translation and interpretating, in which advanced-level proficiency in both Spanish and English is required. Students take a range of advanced courses on a variety of topics in order to acquire a diverse set of specialized vocabularies, in addition to specialized courses on the art and skill of translation and interpreting. the goal is to produce a truly proficient professional with cross-cultural and inter-cultural competency and specific translation and interpreting skills. this preparation affords the student a practical foundation for professional use of the spanish language, including advanced writing skills, formal presentation skills in Spanish, technical translation skills, and advanced cultural competency. all classes are conducted exclusively in Spanish, providing ample opportunity to practice language skills.
Requirements for the Spanish Major, Translation and Interpreting Concentration - 39 Credits