The Certificate of Achievement in Literary Translation is an interdisciplinary program in the humanities that provides undergraduate students with an opportunity to study the theory and practice of literary translation through coursework in international literature, advanced literary studies, translation, language arts, and the craft of writing.

In addition to required and elective courses, students may also choose to participate in domestic and international internships with publishing houses or literary journals.

Students in the program will also have the opportunity to work with the publishing imprint, Open Letter, which is dedicated to translating and publishing literature from around the world.

For more information about literary opportunities on campus, visit the literary arts programs website.

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