The Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy in Humanities offered by The School of Arts & Humanities at The University of Texas at Dallas are non-traditional degrees that allow students to concentrate their graduate studies around their individual interests in Translation Studies.
At the same time, this approach allows students to explore other scholarly contexts from an interdisciplinary point of view, thus enriching their understanding of Translation Studies and preparing them for a wider variety of jobs than a more specialized degree would.
Faculty within The Center for Translation Studies and The School of Arts & Humanities work closely with students to design degree plans with an emphasis on Translation Studies that also supply a broad general background in one or more of three scholarly areas: Literature; History of Ideas; and Visual and Performing Arts. The actual courses taken and final written work (portfolio or dissertation) allow each student to focus on various aspects of the field of Translation Studies.
Read about the MA in Humanities and PhD in Humanities in further detail on the School of Arts and Humanities website.