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The Master consists of 192 credit points. This incorporates a Graduate Diploma exit point (96 credit points).
The program structure includes a range of translating, interpreting, discourse and theory courses. Translating and interpreting electives may not be available in all languages and are offered subject to minimum numbers. All courses are worth 12 credit points unless otherwise noted.
- Theoretical bases of translating and interpreting
- Ethics and professional issues
- Discourse studies for translators and interpreters
- Translation and technology.
- Advanced theory of translating and interpreting
- Advanced discourse studies
- Research strategies - social sciences
- Extended professional project (24 credit points).
Elective courses required for NAATI accreditation:
- Translation accrediting practice (24 credit points) and/or
- Interpreting accrediting practice (24 credit points).
Other program elective courses:
- Language policy and services
- Pedagogy of translating and interpreting
- Minor thesis (24 credit points).
You can also specialise your practice through additional elective courses in cross-cultural communication; social, health and welfare services; justice and security services; and international trade relations in Australia or overseas.
Plans are variations offered for a program such as specialisations, modes of delivery or location. Browse a plan to see the courses our students are currently studying.
Master of Translating and Interpreting
Equivalent to 2 years FT or 4 years PT, (check Articulation & Pathways section for more detail)
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