To obtain a B.S. in Translation, undergraduate students must apply at Kent State University at http://www.kent.edu/admissions/ and fulfill the requirements for the B.S.
To be considered for acceptance in the graduate programs ( Master's Program, or Ph. D Program) in translation, the student must complete an application for graduate admission (forms for domestic students are available at http://www.kent.edu/graduatestudies/index.cfm and for international students at http://www.kent.edu/admissions/International/index.cfm) ; and fulfill the entrance requirements in the graduate Programs in Translation.
It is suggested that the application file be completed by February 1 of each year, especially if the applicant wants to be considered for a graduate assistantship or fellowship. If you have any questions regarding the submission of documents, please email: Gradapps@kent.edu (for domestic students), or Intladm@kent.edu (for international students).
For domestic students, all materials should be sent to: Kent State University, Attn: Research and Graduate Studies, Graduate Admissions, PO Box 5190, Kent, OH 44242.
For international students, all materials should be sent to: Kent State University, Office of Global Education, Attn: International Admissions, PO Box 5190, Kent, OH 44242 .
In addition to submitting the application materials, official transcripts, and application fee required by university admission procedures, please check departmental requirements for each degree (left navigation bar):
For further questions, see Domestic Applicant M.A. FAQ sheet, International M.A. FAQ sheet, the Domestic Applicant Ph.D. FAQ sheet, or the International Ph.D. FAQ sheet.