専攻・カリキュラム Major / Curriculum



バベル翻訳専門職大学院(USA)は、インターネット通信受講で米国の翻訳修士号(Master of Science in Translation)を取得する2年制の修士課程です。



第1専攻 >> 文芸翻訳専攻 第2専攻 >> 金融・IR翻訳専攻 第3専攻 >> 特許・技術・医薬翻訳専攻

第4専攻 >> 法律翻訳専攻






田坂 広志 (ソフィアバンク代表・多摩大学大学院教授)

田坂 広志



田坂広志 「風の便り」 特別便  電子書籍 『ガイアの思想』


Invisible Capitalism 目に見えない資本主義

Invisible Capitalism

The Five Laws to Foresee the Future 未来を予見する「5つの法則」

The Five Laws to Foresee the Future



80 Rules of Plain Written English
Plain Written English


John H. Peterson (元カリフォルニア州 教育庁私立高等教育審議局局長)

John H. Peterson
(元カリフォルニア州 教育庁私立高等教育審議局局長)

As we take a look at online education we need to consider where we have been, where are we now, and where we are going.. The journey from residence education to our current trend for online education has actually moved very rapidly. Residence or classroom education proved to be limited to those areas where brick and mortar schools were convenient for students living in large population areas. About 100 years ago in the U.S. correspondence courses were made available to students living far away from schools or colleges. These courses were conducted through the mail which proved to be slow and with little or no interaction between instructors and students. Students were to complete one lesson at a time, send it to the correspondence school for feedback and move on to the next lesson.

Under the guidance of the Distance Education and Training Council ( DETC ) many correspondence schools moved forward to develop new methods of both speeding up the process along with more interaction between students and instructors. With the advent of the computer some of the correspondence schools experimented with online instruction. There were many different approaches as true online instruction evolved into what it is today.

There has been much resistance on the part of the educational community to accept this delivery system. At each step of the way the DETC provided leadership and guidance for schools and colleges to refine online courses and eventually online degree programs with an array of course, program, and degree objectives. Babel University sought and gained accreditation through DETC approved by the U.S.

Department of Education as the ‘ nationally recognized accrediting agency.

The efforts of Babel University to move into the online delivery system has proven to be an excellent model for numerous other institutions to follow Babel’s creative efforts and willingness to invest in new techniques, more learner/instructor interaction, and expanding of course offerings. The leadership shown by Babel administration has capitalized on feedback from students and faculty in providing one of the premier online efforts going on today.

It is interesting to note that the pioneer efforts of institutions such as Babel University have motivated great numbers of colleges and universities throughout the world to develop quality online offerings. The public institutions have been slow to offer online courses. Now in California, specifically, all community colleges, the state universities, and the University of California, are moving ahead to offer not only some courses but full degree programs via online. Much of the development of online courses and degrees has been brought about as tuition costs have risen drastically and public funds have been reduced at all levels and the lack of adequate courses being available for students to move forward at a reasonable pace. Most four-year degree programs are now taking five years to complete. The infusion of online courses has been of great help to students and caused faculty to provide more interaction with students and reducing the time to complete their degrees. As technology continues to improve and provide even greater opportunities for students worldwide, Babel University continues to lead the way to quality up to date offerings that will result in students reaching their educational goals and beyond in the future.