MC214 - Master of Translating and Interpreting

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RMIT program code: MC214
Plan name: Master of Translating and Interpreting
Plan code: MC214
Campus: City Campus
Credit points per semester:
Full time: 48
Part time: 24
CRICOS code: 079083F

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2019 Enrolment Program Structure

To graduate you must complete the following:

  Year One of Program
 
AND  Year Two of Program
 
AND  Option Courses:
 

The master degree requires you to complete 192 credit points. Alternatively, you can choose to complete a graduate diploma.

The program structure includes a range of translating, interpreting, theory and application courses. Below is a list of the specific translating and interpreting courses you may complete as part of your program. All courses are worth 12 points except where indicated. Not all electives listed will be available each semester.

Core courses:

  • 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)

Program Options:

  • Translating Accrediting Practice (24 credit points)
  • Interpreting Accrediting Practice 1 (12 credit points)
  • Interpreting Accrediting Practice 2 (12 credit points)
  • Language Policy and Language Services
  • Pedagogy of Translating and Interpreting

Additional Breadth Options:

  • HUSO2350 Masters Minor Thesis (24 credit points)
  • HUSO2351 Masters Minor Thesis 1 (12 credit points)
  • HUSO2352 Masters Minor Thesis 2 (12 credit points)
  • LANG1254 Advanced English 1
  • LANG1255 Professional English

Students may be able to pick electives that are not listed here. Please speak to the program coordinator if you are planning to do electives from other disciplines/areas.

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Year One of Program

Complete the following Four (4) Courses:

Course Title

Credit Points

Prereqs/ Coreqs

Course Code

Campus

Semester 1 Class

Semester 2 Class

Theoretical Bases of Translating and Interpreting12LANG1220City Campus2168 (FF)
Translation and Technology12LANG1227City Campus2172 (FF)
Discourse Studies for Translators and Interpreters12LANG1219City Campus2150 (FF)
Ethics and Professional Issues12LANG1221City Campus2155 (WFF)
AND

Complete 48 credit points of Program or Breadth Option Courses listed at the end of program structure document:

 
AND

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Year Two of Program

Please Note:

Interpreting Accrediting Practice 1 (LANG1237) cannot be undertaken unless prior approval is sought from your Program Manager.

Complete the following Four (4) Courses

Course Title

Credit Points

Prereqs/ Coreqs

Course Code

Campus

Semester 1 Class

Semester 2 Class

Advanced Theory of Translating and Interpreting12LANG1223City Campus2171 (FF)2159 (FF)
Advanced Discourse Studies12LANG1229City Campus2173 (FF)2160 (FF)
Extended Professional Project24LANG1231City Campus2174 (WFF)2161 (WFF)
Research Strategies - Social Sciences12YesHUSO2079City Campus2636 (FF)
2637 (INT)
2590 (FF)
2591 (INT)
AND

Complete 36 credit points of Program or Breadth Option Courses listed at the end of program structure document:

 
AND

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Option Courses:

Program Option Courses:

Course Title

Credit Points

Prereqs/ Coreqs

Course Code

Campus

Semester 1 Class

Semester 2 Class

Interpreting Accrediting Practice 112LANG1237City Campus2179 (FF)2166 (FF)
Interpreting Accrediting Practice 212YesLANG1238City Campus2180 (FF)2167 (FF)
Language Policy and Language Services12LANG1226City Campus2177 (FF)2164 (FF)
Pedagogy of Translating and Interpreting12LANG1228City Campus2178 (FF)2165 (FF)
Translating Accrediting Practice24LANG1268City Campus2577 (FF)2558 (FF)
Masters Minor Thesis24YesHUSO2350City Campus2860 (FF)2776 (FF)
Masters Minor Thesis 112YesHUSO2351City Campus2861 (FF)2777 (FF)
Masters Minor Thesis 212YesHUSO2352City Campus2862 (FF)2778 (FF)
Advanced English Language 112LANG1254City Campus2184 (FF)2171 (FF)
Professional English12YesLANG1255City Campus2185 (FF)2172 (FF)
AND

Breadth Option Courses:

Course Title

Credit Points

Prereqs/ Coreqs

Course Code

Campus

Semester 1 Class

Semester 2 Class

International Project Management, Monitoring and Evaluation12YesHUSO2168City Campus2314 (WFF)
2315 (WINT)
Casework, Counselling and Advocacy12YesHWSS2111City Campus2617 (FF)
Working with Violence and Abuse12YesHWSS2159City Campus2630 (FF)
International NGOs, civil society and development12HUSO2096City Campus2312 (FF)
2313 (INT)
Global News Studies12COMM1224City Campus3194 (G074)
The Global Network12ISYS1186City Campus1931 (ONL)
Criminal Behaviour Analysis12YesSOCU2254City Campus2374 (FF)
Comparative Criminal Justice Systems12HUSO2224City Campus2363 (FF)
Case Management Practice12YesSOCU2115City Campus2382 (WFF)
Social and Political Theory12HUSO2075City Campus2355 (FF)2354 (INT)
Crime Prevention12YesJUST2244City Campus2366 (FF)
Terrorism and Society12YesPOLI1060City Campus2378 (FF)
Working with Diversity24CUED1034City Campus1667
Political Communication12COMM2058City Campus3226 (M248)
Inter-Cultural Practices12HUSO2378City Campus2317 (FF)
2318 (INT)
Forensic Interviewing12JUST2322City Campus2369 (FF)
Criminal Justice Systems12JUST2313City Campus2345 (FF)
2346 (INT)
2347 (INT)
Criminal Law12YesHUSO2371City Campus2561 (FF)
Family, Society and the Law12SOCU2271City Campus2680 (FF)
Youth Justice Systems12YesHWSS2116City Campus3348 (FF)
 

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Contact details and related links

Program structure enquiries

Program Manager

Miranda Lai
Phone: +61 3 9925 3523
Email: miranda.lai@rmit.edu.au
Building 37, Level 5, Room 18
 

Administrative Enquiries:

RMIT Connect Student Portal - https://rmit.service-now.com/connect

School of Global, Urban and Social Studies
Building 37, Level 3, Room 11
411 Swanston Street
Melbourne, 3000

Timetabling

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*Semester 1 classes generally commence in February and Semester 2 classes generally commence in July. Please contact your school for more information about specific class start days.

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