For full description please visit the Graduate Catalog online. What courses are currently offered for the Translating and Translation Studies (TTS) track?
• TRAN 6001S: History and Theory of Translation • TRAN 6003S: Translating and the Computer • TRAN 6472S: Advanced Non-Literary Translating I (Business, Legal, Governmental) • TRAN 6474S: Advanced Non-Literary Translating (Medical and Technical) • TRAN 6476S: Advanced Literary and Cultural Translating • TRAN 6480S: Translation Internship • TRAN 6481S: Translation Cooperative Education • TRAN 6900S: Special Topics in English-Spanish Translation Studies • TRAN 6901S: Advanced Project in English-Spanish Translating • TRAN 6902S: Thesis (6 hours of credit) For full description please visit the Graduate Catalog online. What are the different options available to me if I pursue the LLC vs. the TTS track? Can I teach Spanish in K-12 and at the community college level with either track? The LLC track represents the traditional curriculum of advanced studies in Spanish language, linguistics, literature, civilization and culture, and methodology. Therefore, as a Master of Arts in Spanish, it is i