Translation (TRAN)

TRAN 3350 Intro to Span>Engl Translation

Introduction to techniques for written and sight translation in a variety of text categories relating to nursing, advertising, commerce, education, and politics. Provides students with the tools to identify, analyze and resolve translation problems of short texts, while developing practical translation skills. (Cross listed with SPAN 3350)

Prerequisites: ENGL 1302 and SPAN 3300.

TRAN 3351 Intro to English>Spanish Trans

Introduction to techniques for written and sight translation in a variety of text categories relating to nursing, advertising, commerce, education and politics. Provides students with the tools to identify, analyze, and resolve basic translation problems of short texts, while developing practical translation skills. (Cross listed with SPAN 3351).

Prerequisites: ENGL 1302 and SPAN 3300.

TRAN 4360 Intermediate Span>Engl Trans

An orientation to the theory and practice of translation from Spanish to English, including consideration of cultural and morpho-syntactical problems. Students learn to apply translation techniques and strategies to resolve language-specific translation problems, while practicing the translation of longer texts in the areas of literature, medicine and the law. (Cross listed with SPAN 4360)

Prerequisites: SPAN/TRAN 3350 or SPAN/TRAN 3351.

TRAN 4361 Inter Engl - Span Trans

An orientation to the theory and practice of translation from English to Spanish, including consideration of cultural and morpho-syntactical problems. Students learn to apply translation techniques and strategies to resolve language-specific translation problems, while practicing the translation of longer texts in the areas of literature, medicine, and the law. (Cross listed with SPAN 4361)

Prerequisites: TRAN 4350 or TRAN 4351.