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Babel University Professional School of Translation (USA) is a professional school offering an online learning distance course, which trains professionals in translation. Babel University is accredited by DEAC, a certifying body recognized by the US Department of Education, for its quality of education in 2002, 2007 and 2013. We offer a degree in MST(Master of Science in Translation), which has been established as an industry standard for translation professionals. We offer four majors to match the demand in the translation market.

・ Literary Translation Major
・ Finance and IR Translation Major
・ Patent, Technical and Medical Translation Major
・ International Paralegal and Legal Translation Major

Mission Statement

Mission
The mission of the Babel University Professional School of Translation is to educate and train students in translation knowledge and skills by providing a quality distance education program to students so as to contribute to the globalization of the world.

Goals
In order to achieve the mission stated above, Babel University Professional School of Translation aims at the following goals through distance learning:
  1. To have its students master sufficient translation skills;
  2. To have its students obtain the latest knowledge of translation;
  3. To have its students familiarize themselves with the latest theories of translation;
  4. To have its students acquire skills of manipulating information technology hardware and software for translation;
  5. To have its students become independent as translators; and
  6. To have its professors, instructors, and students promote research and studies on translation in both academic and practical aspects.
Objectives
In order to accomplish the goals stated above, the Babel University Professional School of Translation provides its students with the following knowledge and skills of translation through distance learning:
  1. Essential knowledge required for professional translators who have studied foreign languages at a college or a university in the abilities of (a) language conversion, (b) inter-cultural understandings, and (c) expertise;
  2. Training that will enable the students to acquire high levels of skills in the areas required for professional translators, of (a) accurate and precise understanding of the source language, (b) efficient and prompt language conversion, and (c) fast and precise writing in the target language;
  3. Training that will enable the students to acquire high levels of skills in the areas required for modern professional translators, of (a) the ability to operate a computer, (b) the ability to utilize the Internet, and (c) the ability to conduct multi-lingual web searches;
  4. Opportunities to gain sufficient levels of expertise in (a) coordination, (b) collaboration, and (c) management of translation works to execute collaborative translation projects;
  5. Opportunities to gain sufficient levels of expertise in management of the translation business; and
  6. Continuing education opportunities to practice as professional translators who provide society with their services.
Revised on June 30, 2012

mandihaase
How I train myself for translating into Japanese
I first began studying Japanese after moving to Sasebo, Japan. Before moving to Japan, I was determined to learn enough “battle Japanese” in order to order at restaurants or ask for directions. I used listening CDs only, without giving heed to trying to learn how to read or write Japanese. Or course, when I arrived in Japan, I realized that just learning a few key phrases would not help me at all to live there.
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saranishi
From Expectation to Awarenes
Language permeates so ubiquitously in my daily life that it is almost comparable to the air I breathe in that I take it for granted. It comes in many forms. First, there is the verbal language that I use in communication with family, friends, and others around me. Then, there is the written language that I use primarily to obtain information and as entertainment in the form of books, newspapers, and magazines.
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hailey
For being a webtraslator
I have always had a talent for learning foreign languages rather quickly and decided that I wanted to become a translator when I was in high school. Japanese was my language of choice because I found that the grammar and verb conjugation was very different from English and other Romance languages, therefore interesting.
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The BABEL UNIVERSITY Professional School of Translation has been accredited by the Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC) since 2002. Established in 1926 and headquartered in Washington D.C., DEAC is a non-profit organization working to promote conscientious education and business ethics, while setting educational standards for the distance education industry.The Distance Education Accrediting Commission is listed by the U.S. Department of Education as a recognized accrediting agency and recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA).
The Distance Education Accrediting Commission
1101 17th Street NW, Suite 808 Washington, D.C. 20036    TEL:202-234-5100/Fax:202-332-1386
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Babel University Professional School of Translation
Honolulu(Administration Office)
Pacific Business News Bldg.♯208, 1833 Kalakaua Avenue, Honolulu, Hawaii 96815, U.S.A.
Phone : 808-946-3773/Fax : 808-946-3993
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GRADUATE - Spring 2015

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GRADUATE - Autumn 2014

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GRADUATE - Spring 2014

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GRADUATE - Autumn 2013

GRADUATE - Autumn 2013

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GRADUATE - Spring 2013

GRADUATE - Spring 2013

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GRADUATE - Autumn 2012

GRADUATE - Autumn 2012

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GRADUATE - Spring 2012

GRADUATE - Spring 2012

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GRADUATE - Autumn 2011

GRADUATE - Autumn 2011

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GRADUATE - Spring 2011

GRADUATE - Spring 2011

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GRADUATE - Autumn 2010

GRADUATE - Autumn 2010

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    The Future of Reputation - Gossip, Rumor, and Privacy on the Internet -
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    Essentials of Intellectual Property
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GRADUATE - Spring 2010

GRADUATE - Spring 2010

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    Sumi Uchida
    The Anatomy of Hope
    Mutsuhiko Kato
    The Sun
    Tsunehiko Konishi
    Bigger isn't Always Better - The New Mindset for real Business Growth
    Etsuko Sugino
    Future of Banking in Globalised World
    Chisuzu Harada
    How to Retire Happy - The 12 Most Important Decisions You Must Make Before You Retire
    Maki Sato
    A Quiet World: Living with Hearing Loss
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    The Managers Guide to Understanding Commercial Contract Negotiation
    Chiemi Okamura
    Principles & Practices of Hawaiian Real Estate
    Hiroko Komatsuzaki
    Everyone's Money Book on Real Estate
    Natsuko Henderson
    American Law and the American Legal System
GRADUATE - Autumn 2009

GRADUATE - Autumn 2009

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    Mika Kakamu
    A Kid’s Herb Book - for children of all ages
    Junichi Tanaka
    Everyday Zen
    Taeko Nakaie
    A Country Wife
    Ayura Kazama
    Evelyn
    Tomoko Furukawa
    Win Your Case
    Mika Hijikata
    Natural Medicine for Allergies
GRADUATE - Spring 2009

GRADUATE - Spring 2009

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    Atsuko Inada
    Judy Schachner(ジュディ・シャハナー)の絵本7冊 “Willy and May” “Mr. Emerson’s Cook” “The Grannyman” “Yo, Vikings” “Skippyjon Jones” “Skippyjon Jones in the Doghouse” “Skippyjon Jones in Mummy Trouble”
    Kyoko Kimura
    Jan Ken Po / The World of Hawaii’s Japanese Americans
    Kumiko Suzuki
    The Journey Through Cancer
    Asumi Hashi
    Tree - A Life Story
    Mihoko Oishi
    THE EVERYTHING GUIDE TO BEING A PARALEGAL
    Yuki Saeki
    米国連邦証券法(1933年証券法・1934年証券取引所法)
    Noriaki Tateno
    Robert’s Rules Order Newly Revised in Brief
    Aki Nemoto
    Nolo's Encyclopedia of Everyday Law
GRADUATE - Autumn 2008

GRADUATE - Autumn 2008

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    Harumi Taniguchi
    Hank Zipzer : The Mostly True Confessions of the World’s Best Underachiever ”Naiagara Falls, or Does it ? I Got a “D” in Salami
    Kiyomi Ri
    Our Only May Amelia/ Jennifer
    Toshiyuki Fukamoto
    A Year without "Made In China
    Kyoko Iba
    CLINICAL LABORATORY IMMUNOLOGY
    Tsutomu Ogawa
    The Man Who Changed Everything --- The Life of James Clerk Maxwell
GRADUATE - Spring 2008

GRADUATE - Spring 2008

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    Kaori Iketani
    Screenplay The Foundations of Screenwriting; A step-by-step guide from concept to finished script
    Sachiko Saito
    STOP Thinking START Living
    Namiko Sasao
    Math Trek, Math For Smarty Pants
    Hisao Nishimiya
    Bugs in Armor - A Tale of Malaria and Soldiering
    Hisayo Miyamoto
    The ARTIST and the MATHEMATICIAN: The story of Nicolas Bourbaki, the Genius Mathematician Who Never Existed
    Fumiko Kano
    LISA(the Localization Industry Standard Association Best Practice Guide)
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    Nondisclusure Agreements ? Protect Your Trade Secrets & More
    Yuki Yukawa
    翻訳表現の多様性 -翻訳の類似と差異について-
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    Skype Me! From Single User to Small Enterprise and Beyond
    Akitoshi Sugimura
    Epidemic! The world of Infectious Disease
    Sachiyo Takeoka
    Medical Errors and Medical Narcissism
GRADUATE - Autumn 2007

GRADUATE - Autumn 2007

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    Shiori Ito
    The Avengers - A Jewish War Story
    Yukino Uemura
    OXYGEN
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    The hip chick’s guide to macrobiotics: a philosophy for achieving a radiant mind and fabulous body
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    When Last I Died
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    Travel Writing - See the world, See the story-
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    We’re Still Family
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    GLOWING GENES - A Revolution in Biotechnology
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    The Lost Daughters of China
    Miki Fukunaga
    When your child is ill. A home guide for parents
    Tomoka Ban
    Sarbanes - Oxley Act of 2002
GRADUATE - Spring 2007

GRADUATE - Spring 2007

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    Sahoko Soga
    Raggedy Ann’s Tea Party Book, Raggedy Ann’s Birthday Party Book, If Teacups Could Talk, The Twelve Teas of Christmas
    Yuko Mukaidani
    The Ninth Life of Louis Drax
    Miki Yamazaki
    The Fall of Fergal Heir of Mystery, The Rise of the House of McNally
    Cool Cats
    Dr. Isadore Rosenfeld’s 2005 Breakthrough Health
    Satomi Fujiwara
    Online and Personal : The Reality of Internet Relationships
    Mayumi Yamada
    Coincidences, Chaos, and All That Math Jazz : Making Light of Weighty Ideas
GRADUATE - Autumn 2006

GRADUATE - Autumn 2006

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    Hisae Deland
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    Mayumi Nakamura
    The Meaning of Sports
GRADUATE - Spring 2006

GRADUATE - Spring 2006

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    Kahori Mori
    The Five Love Languages of Children
    Zenichi Iwano
    Legal Writing in Plain English
    Makiyo Hasegawa
    Super Simple Superannuation ? Creating Wealth for Retirement
    Nanae Momota
    Fundamental Aspects of Interpreter Education Curriculum and Assessment
GRADUATE - Autumn 2005

GRADUATE - Autumn 2005

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    Yoshimi Uemura
    Insurance for Dummies
    Kiyoe Parisien
    Ullambana and Other Stories of Hawaii
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    Hiroko Haksever
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    The Caregiver‘s Essential Handbook
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    Childhood Cancer, A Handbook from St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
    Ryo Hashiba
    I Talking About Health and Wellness with Patients
GRADUATE - Spring 2005

GRADUATE - Spring 2005

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    Saori Ikeda
    Caring for Your Grieving Child
    Tomoko Katsumata
    Marriage and Morals
    Hiroko Shibuya
    See You Thursday
    Yukie Yamamoto
    My Mama's Walz, A Book for Daughters of Alcoholic
    Ikuko Saito
    First Fruit
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    Intellectual Property Law
    Yoshie Takahashi
    LAW 101 Everything You Need to Know About the American
    Yuko Nishimura
    THE LEGAL ADOPTION GUIDE
GRADUATE - Spring 2004

GRADUATE - Spring 2004

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    Akemi Ishihara
    Some Like It Hot
    Harumi Kikuchi
    FISH!
    Ikumi Murosaki
    Asperger Syndrome in Adolescence
    Rieko Sasaki
    Software Agreements Document E-Book
GRADUATE - 2003

GRADUATE - 2003

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    Hisako Shibata
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