The courses below are suggestions; students should inquire with the DUS about other options, as this list is not complete:


COMP LIT 108: Translating World Literature
[COMP LIT 109: On Translation]
COMPLIT 260: Literary Translation: Advanced Workshop
[FRSEMR 36G: The Creative Work of Translating]
GEN ED 1057: Poetry Without Borders
[GERMAN 111: Translating German: Theory and Practice]
[SPANISH 165: Bilingual Arts]
[SPANISH 80t: Words of Which History is Made]
SPANISH 80TS: Translating Boundaries in Spain

(Most advanced languages courses will fulfill this requirement)

COMPSCI 252R: Advanced Topics in Programming Languages

EASTD 260: The Lotus Sutra: Texts, Narratives, and Translations

[ENGLISH 102: Introduction to Old English: Heroes, Heaven, and Hell]
ENGLISH 102E: Introduction to Old English: Landscape, Seascape, and Early Ecologies
[ENGLISH 103: Old English: Working with Manuscripts]
ENGLISH 103W: Advanced Old English: Wisdom Poetry
FRENCH 16: Reading, Understanding and Translating Written French for Research
[GERMAN 111: Translating German: Theory and Practice]
GREEK, LATIN, MODERN GREEK: All 100-level courses
ITAL 16: Understanding and Translating Written Italian for Research
JAPAN 106A: Classical Japanese
[JAPAN 106C: Later Classical Japanese]
LING 90A: Advanced ASL Tutorial I
LING 90B: Advanced ASL Tutorial II
RUSSIAN 102: Advanced Russian: Introduction to the Language of the Social Sciences and the Media
[SPANISH 109: Displacing Spain: Translating Transatlantic Poetry on 20th- and 21st-Century Spain]
SWEDISH 20A: Intermediate Swedish: Childhood in Swedish Literature and Culture
SWEDISH 20B: Intermediate Swedish
TIBET 102A: Intermediate Classical Tibetan
TIBET 102B: Intermediate Classical Tibetan
VIETNAM 130: Advanced Vietnamese


[ANTHRO 1640]: Language and Culture
AFVS 215: Critical Printing
COMPLIT 120: Argentine Tango: Poetry, Music, and the Dance
COMPLIT 121: From the 1001 Nights to the Arabian Nights: Adaptations, Transformations, and Translations
[COMPLIT 134: World Cinema]
[COMPLIT 238: After Orientalism: Writing across Arabic-Ilsamic Contact Zones]
[COMPLIT 277: Literature, Diaspora and Global Traumas]
COMPSCI 181: Machine Learning
COMPSCI 187: Computational Linguistics
EABS 256R: Chinese Buddhist Texts--Readings in Medieval Buddho-Daoist Documents
ENG 290MH: Migration and the Humanities
[FRSEMR 62T: Migrants in Fiction and Film]
FRSEMR 64O: Migratory Identities
HIND-URD 123: Bollywood and Beyond: Commercial Cinema, Language and Culture in South Asia
[KOREAN 214: Korean Writers and Their Books]
LING 101: The Science of Language
LING 102: Sentence Structure
LING 106: Knowledge of Meaning
LING 112: Syntactic Theory
LING 83: Language, Structure, Cognition
[PHIL 147: Philosophy of Language]
[SAS 183: The Vernacular in South Asia]
[SLAVIC 177: Fugitives from Utopia: Polish Poets Across the Iron Curtain]
[TDM 147: Deconstructing a Novel into a Dance with Mario Zambrano]
TDM 147L: The Processes of Inter-Media and Choreographic Exchange
[TDM 169C: Uproot Aesthetics: Interdisciplinary Temporalities in Performance with Jace Clayton]
[TDM 169L: Immersive Storytelling Using Mixed Media with Young Joo Lee]