Modern Languages at UTA

Department News

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    New Professor in Spanish

    New Professor in Spanish

    Welcome Dr. Gregorio-Cano to Spanish Translation Studies.

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    Ignacio Ruiz Pérez Wins Poetry Award

    Ignacio Ruiz Pérez Wins Poetry Award

    Ignacio Ruiz Pérez wins prestigious Poetry Award

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    Faculty Honored for Teaching

    Faculty Honored for Teaching

    Several faculty members received awards in teaching for 2015.

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Undergraduate Studies


LWL

MODL’s substantive programs prepare students for work in the public and private sectors, in:

  • The language services industry—interpreting, localization, and translation
  • Education
  • Research
  • Writing, publishing, and the media
  • Health, legal, and social services
  • Business
  • Government
  • International relations
  • The cultural heritage sector—museums, libraries, and archives

MODL graduates may also pursue advanced degrees in a variety of fields including language, localization and translation, linguistics, culture, and literature.





Minors

Increase your marketability with a language minor! MODL offers the following minors:

Interdisciplinary studies are trending! MODL participates in the minor in Medievaland Early Modern Studies and the minor in Disabilities Studies.

Also see our extensive offerings on our GILT page.



Certificates

Leverage your credentials! MODL offers the following certificates:

  • Certificate in Spanish Interpreting
  • Certificate in Spanish Translation
  • Certificate in Spanish for the Professions


GILT: Globalization, Internationalization, Localization, and Translation

MODL’s cutting-edge GILT program combines language, culture, and technology to preparestudents for work in the language services industry. Localization and translation isthe fourth fastest-growing industry in the U.S.It is part of a $40 billion global language industry.

Localization “translates” and adapts language, texts, products, software, and websites to the target culture.Students learn in a collaborative work environment with hands-on training in computer-assisted translation, for ultimate career preparedness.

Graduates in Localization and Translation can apply for a Master’s in Localization at our partner university, Middlebury Institute of International Studies in Monterey, California, the premier graduate institute in the nation for localization. They offer substantial scholarships to our graduates who are accepted into their program.

MODL offers a minor* in Localization and Translation with the following options:

  • Arabic
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  • Chinese
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  • French
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  • German
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  • Korean
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  • Russian
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  • Spanish
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  • Dual Language
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*A certificate option is available for graduate students, non-degree seeking students, and students whose units do not allow minors.



Degree Plan Worksheets, Minor and Certificate Forms

Bachelors Degrees

Minors

Certificates