Kent State University's Institute of Applied Linguistics offers an M.A. in Translation for six language concentrations: Arabic, French, German, Japanese, Russian, and Spanish.
Graduates of KSU's Master of Arts in Translation program will be able to:
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Earning your master’s degree in translation could prepare you for a dynamic career in one of the country’s fastest-growing industries. The positive career outlook for professionals working in translation, coupled with the knowledge that graduate school tuition continues to inflate ever year, makes clear that now is the perfect time to pursue your advanced degree. With this guide, the Admissions team at Kent State University will outline the specifics of the Translation programs offered at Kent State, your career outlook, and admissions tips for professionals looking to enroll in the graduate Translation program at Kent!
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Our graduates go on to find work in a number of language industry fields, including translation, localization, project management, terminology management, and language consulting.
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