College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences > Academics > Modern Languages > Graduate Programs > Certificates > Translation and Interpreting Graduate Certificate
The certificate consists of three 4-credit courses and one 2-credit course, for a total of 14 credits.
Students can choose from one of two tracks: Translation or Interpreting.
To declare the certificate, students must contact Elias Shakkour and include the following information in the email:
Course requirements are listed below. For either track, courses may be substituted on a case-by-case basis following consultation with the Director of TIC, and, if appropriate, the respective language program director.
MOL 472 is required only if no language-specific translation course is available; otherwise, a language-specific translation course is required.
Examples of language-specific courses that can meet this requirement:
A 400-level JPN course may also meet this requirement if taught as a Japanese Translation Practicum.
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$715 per credit hour, or $10,010 total for 14 credit hours.
If you already have a degree from DePaul, you are eligible for the Double Demon Scholarship, which would give you a 25% discount.
Yes. You probably want to consider the single term payment plan. Info is available here. Generally, there is no other financial aid for certificate students.
You need to apply as a graduate non-degree student at go.depaul.edu/apply and submit transcripts.
No, but you are encouraged to apply in advance of the start of your term of enrollment (ideally at least one month in advance).
Upon admission, you will submit an “intent to enroll” form (available after admission through the application portal). You will then need to contact Elias Shakkour (email@example.com) for advising, and he (or the course instructor) will place a request with the LAS Graduate Office to allow you to register. Graduate non-degree students cannot register on their own as long as they are in non-degree status.
Yes, but should you decide to pursue a DePaul degree, it may be the case that not all courses taken in non-degree status are allowed to apply toward your DePaul degree.