The PhD program in Translation Studies aims to encourage and promote research and scholarship in all fields related to translation, including the history of translation in Turkey.
Candidates for admission must be competent in a third language (in addition to Turkish and English) approved by the Department and must fulfill all other requirements specified in the Regulations of the Institute of Social Sciences.
Students entering the program from outside the Department may be required to take certain prerequisite courses specified by the Department.
The program requires the successful completion of 8 courses (24 credits), followed by a qualifying examination, the submission of a PhD dissertation, and the oral defense of the latter.
|First Semester||Cr.||ECTS||Second Semester||Cr.||ECTS|
|TR||601||History of Translation Theory||3||7||TR||622||Translation Theories and Critical Practice||3||8|
|TR||611||Seminar in Contemporary Translation Theories||3||9||TR||630||Research Methods in Translation Studies||3||9|
|TR||621||History of Translation in Ottoman/Turkish Society||3||7||TR||632||Guided Readings in Translation and Interpreting Studies||3||7|
|TR||680-689||Special Topics in Translation Studies||3||7||xx||xx||Unrestricted Elective||3||7|
|Thesis Proposal Defense||0||30|
|Total Credits :||24|
|Total ECTS :||243|