GS 4307 - Translation Project Management
This course gives students the opportunity to address both translation and non-translation related issues associated with planning, executing, controlling, and delivering a final translation for a client (either direct or as an agency). Particular focus is given to hands-on practice of the various communications between the parties. The course outlines an effective project management methodology that can be applied to large or small translation/localization projects. Language Generic. Prerequisites: GS 4301 Basic Translation: Written & Sight and admission to the Master of Liberal Studies in Global Affairs with a Translation Studies specialty or the Certificate of Advanced Study in Translation Studies.
NOTE: This course is not offered this term. Please refer to the annual schedule for Global Affairs to see the next time this course is offered.