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Spanish translation: DIPLOMADO EN CIENCIAS

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12:01 Sep 7, 2000
English to Spanish translations [PRO]
Art/Literary
English term or phrase: asssociate in sciences
How could the term Associate in Sciences be translated into Spanish?
Thanks for your help.
Carlos
Carlos Valencia
Spanish translation:DIPLOMADO EN CIENCIAS
Explanation:
Efectivamente no existe una carrera de dos años de ciencias, pero sí que existe una distincion entre la graduacion de carreras de dos años que obtienen el titulo de diplomado, y los de cuatro años, que obtienen el titulo de licenciado. De la manera arriba descrita se entenderá el sentido de la traducción sin tener que explicarlo.
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Summary of answers provided
naAdjunto en CienciasDaphne Corral
naDIPLOMADO EN CIENCIASBernabé Rico
naAssociate
Adriana Pardo de Iriondo
naGrado Asociado en CienciasBeatriz Read
naSee belowRobert Anderson


  

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Explanation:
If it refers to one's education, it means having an Associate Degree in Science, which usually takes two years of college, not four.
Perhaps you can figure out a way to explain it rather than translate it. Hope this helps a little.

Robert Anderson
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30 mins
Grado Asociado en Ciencias


Explanation:
The associated degrees happen in the university system of the USA.

Beatriz Read
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33 mins
Associate


Explanation:
Carlos,
No existe un título equivalente en Español. Un Associate es un título (dos años de cursos) otorgado por un Junior College (equivaldría a un pre-universitario o a los dos primeros años de Facultad), por lo que yo lo dejaría en inglés y si es posible, añadiría una nota explicativa. De todos modos, podrías poner algo así como un título/diploma/certificado en ciencias.
Si associate se refiere a un profesor, sería un Profesor Adjunto(de la cátedra) de Ciencias.
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Adriana Pardo de Iriondo
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1 hr
DIPLOMADO EN CIENCIAS


Explanation:
Efectivamente no existe una carrera de dos años de ciencias, pero sí que existe una distincion entre la graduacion de carreras de dos años que obtienen el titulo de diplomado, y los de cuatro años, que obtienen el titulo de licenciado. De la manera arriba descrita se entenderá el sentido de la traducción sin tener que explicarlo.


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Adjunto en Ciencias


Explanation:
It exists in Spanish and you become un "adjunto" when you´re practically finishing your career. This allows you to teach, you become an associate professor, un profesor adjunto. Good luck!


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