From: Irma Alarcon <alarcoiwfu.edu>
Subject: New M.A. Program in Interpreting and Translation
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The Wake Forest University Graduate School is proud to announce a new
Master’s degree program in Interpreting and Translation Studies beginning
in Fall 2011. This ground-breaking program is designed to prepare students
for positions in the burgeoning language industry, which intersects a wide
variety of fields, including healthcare delivery, foreign affairs, media,
business, and law.
The program offers three M.A. tracks:
- Interpreting and Translation Studies
- Teaching of Interpreting
- Intercultural Services in Healthcare
For more information about admissions, tuition, and financial assistance,
please visit the website:
contact: Carol DiGiantomasso, Admissions Coordinator in the Graduate School
Office, at either digiancewfu.edu, or 336-758-6153.
Admission is on a rolling basis. Applicants interested in financial
assistance should submit completed applications by April 15, 2011.
Linguistic Field(s): Translation
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