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The Translation Studies program has its own list of courses, taught by Center faculty and School for Literatures, Cultures and Linguistics faculty. Translation students may also apply credits from courses taken in their major department, in the School and in other colleges and units on campus. For specific days and times or more information about these courses, please reference the Course Catalog.

Other Translation Courses

  • CHIN 409 Social Science Readings in Chinese
  • FR 419-421 Techniques in French Translation
  • FR 443 Commercial and Technical Translation
  • GER 403 German-English Translation: Theory & Practice
  • GER 588 Seminar in Second Language Learning: Culture in Communication
  • JAPN 409 Social Science Reading in Japanese
  • JAPN 408 Readings in Classical Japanese
  • EALC 531 Chinese Poetry and Translation
  • EALC 531 Seminar in Japanese Literature
  • SLAV 430 History of Translation
  • RUSS 474 Russian Literary Translation
  • SPAN 410 Spanish/English Translation

Course Tools

Students use SDL Trados products in several of our courses, including the Tools and Technology course (407), the two professional track courses (405 & 406), and the localization course (580). Students are also encouraged to use them in other courses, such as their capstone project.

The CTS participates in the SDL Academic Partner Program, which provides the following advantages to our students:

Check out SDL Trados recorded webinars and upcoming webinars to keep up to date.

Students work with Memsource mainly in the two professional track courses (405 & 406), and the localization course (580). Students are encouraged to use it in other courses, such as their capstone project.

The Academic Edition is a Memsource-sponsored edition offered to academic institutions that offer translator training.

Check out Memsource’s webinars to keep up to date.

Students work with MemoQ mainly in TRST 406 and TRST 405, although all students are encouraged to use it in other courses, such as their capstone project.

The CTS participates in the MemoQ Academic Program, that provides us each year with an unlimited number of memoQ licenses for educational purposes, free of charge. Licenses can be distributed to teachers and students in the program for educational use.

In addition, students are also given the opportunity to buy a memoQ translator pro license for only €99/$123 upon completion of their degree.

Check out MemoQ’s recorded webinars and upcoming webinars to keep up to date.


If you have any questions about any of these programs, please contact Prof. Ramírez Polo or Prof. Phillips.