The University of Texas at Dallas – School of Arts & Humanities

The University of Texas at Dallas – School of Arts & Humanities
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About the Program

Program Description

M.A. in Humanities Sample Degree Plan

The typical course load for a graduate student is 9 hours (3 courses) per long-term semester and 6 hours (2 courses) per summer semester. The School of Arts& Humanities offers courses each summer to help students graduate more quickly if they so wish. A number of courses in all terms are offered at night to benefit students who work or have other commitments during the day.

 Semester I (Fall)

Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Arts &Humanities

The Art and Craft of Translation Workshop

World Literature

Semester II (Spring)

Advanced Translation Workshop

Latin American Political, Social, and CulturalThought

Creating Nonfictions

Semester III (Summer)

History of Modern Thought

Writing for New Media

Semester IV (Fall)

Literature of the 20th Century

Independent Study for Portfolio on Translation Studies

Ph.D. in Humanities Sample Degree Plan

The typical course load for a graduate student is 9 hours (3 courses) per long-term semester and 6 hours (2 courses) per summer semester. The School of Arts & Humanities offers courses each summer to help students graduate more quickly if they so wish. A number of courses in all terms are offered at night to benefit students who work or have other commitments during the day.

Semester I (Fall)

Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Arts &Humanities

The Art and Craft of Translation Workshop

World Literature

Semester II (Spring)

Advanced Translation Workshop

Latin American Political, Social, and CulturalThought

Creating Nonfictions

Semester III (Summer)

History of Modern Thought

Writing for New Media

Semester IV (Fall)

Contemporary Fiction

The Nature of Language

Literature of the 20th Century

Semester V (Spring)

Independent Study in 3 Areas for Qualifying Exams -Emphasis on Translation Studies

Semester VI — Graduation

Dissertation (minimum of 2 long-term semesters)

Costs

Check with the institution.

Editor notes

The Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy in Humanities offered by The School of Arts & Humanities at The University of Texas at Dallas are non-traditional degrees that allow students to concentrate their graduate studies around their individual interests in Translation Studies. Concentrated on both literary and technical translation, this is a complete course that covers cultural as well as practical aspects. 

Link

http://translation.utdallas.edu/index.html

Contact Information

The Center for Translation Studies

School of Arts & Humanities, JO51

Belinda Franklin

Administrative Assistant

The University of Texas at Dallas

800 West Campbell Road

Richardson, TX 75080-3021

Phone: 972-883-2092

Fax: 972-883-6303

E-mail: belinda.franklin@utdallas.edu






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