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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.
Course Number: LING-40004 Credit: 3 units
This course is part of the following Certificate Program(s):
Dates: 03/29/16 - 06/06/16
Section ID: 114848
Status:Add to Cart Location:ucsdextension.blackboard.com You will have access to your course on the published start date. Class Type: Online—web-based instruction
Instructor:Jennifer Lyn De La Cruz, B.A., ATA, Certified Court Interpreter, A Federally Certified Court Interpreter with over 15 years of experience as a Spanish translator and interpreter.
No textbook required.
No refunds after 03/31/16.
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.