UC San Diego Extension

Theory and Practice of Translation

This course introduces the basic theory and strategies for written translation. Students translate texts from various categories including literary, technical, business and advertising. Through hands-on practice and exercises, participants develop the fundamental analytical, cognitive, and linguistic skills that are essential for professional written as well as sight translations.

Note: prerequisite: Successful completion of Entrance Exam and "Introduction to Translation." Requirement for the Professional Certificate in Translation and Interpretation. Requirement for the Specialized Certificate in Translation.

Other Credit: 10 points of ATA Continuing Education in Category A and 30 hours of instructor-led CIMCE credit.

Course Number: LING-40004
Credit: 3 units

This course is part of the following Certificate Program(s):

Upcoming Sections

Dates: 01/10/17 - 03/20/17
Section ID: 120477
Fee: $475.00
Status: Closed
Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com
You will have access to your course on the published start date.
Class Type: Online—web-based instruction

Instructor: Monique Dascha Inciarte, PhD, Federally and State Certified Court Interpreter

Textbooks: No textbook required.
Section Policies:
No refunds after 01/12/17.
Pre-enrollment required.
Prerequisite required.

Section Notes: This is an online course; all class sessions are taught online. There are no face-to-face class sessions. You will have access to your online course on the published start date. The login URL/website is ucsdextension.blackboard.com. Your username and password is your email address on record with UCSD Extension.