◆ Earn a Master’s Degree in Translation
BUPST offers a master’s degree in translation accredited by the Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC), a distance education institution accreditor recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. BUPST’s master’s degree in translation is considered the “MBA” of the translation community, making it an extremely powerful tool in the business world.
◆ Get Published
Having your work published is one of the most effective ways to develop your reputation as a professional translator. At BUPST, you will have the opportunity to translate and publish multiple works before completing the master’s degree program.
At BUPST you can publish your translation work at no additional cost. You can publish work related to fields such as literary arts, finance, IR, patent, medical, technical, legal, society, and natural science.
◆ Meet International Standards
The third way to develop your reputation as a professional translator is to be certified by an accredited third-party. At BUPST, you can become qualified as a translator who meets international translation standards in addition to obtaining a master’s degree in translation (MST).
The Japan Translation Association, with over 30 years of international experience in translation, offers a certified professional translator test for translators. The Japan Translation Association also offers tests in areas such as publishing and business translation. BUPST students can take these tests free of charge. Students who successfully pass these tests will receive university credits. Click on the following link for tests offered.