Master of Science (MS) in Technical Communication
Technical Communication – Practical communication curriculum includes writing, presentation, and multimedia skills, and theoretical courses in semiotics and rhetoric to prepare for career advancement or doctoral study.
Students in Technical Communication plan, develop, and complete technical communication projects in one or more fields of science and technology. This program is practice-oriented, emphasizing a problem-solving approach that empowers people in many disciplines to communicate more effectively. Candidates are expected to bridge the complex and isolated worlds of scientific and technical specialties. Through effective communication strategies, candidates will help to make those worlds more comprehensible.
In addition to the Graduate School requirements, applicants to the Master's in Technical Communication are required to respond to the following: MSTC Supplemental Materials.
As one of the fastest growing fields in the world, Technical Communication prepares students for unparalleled lifetime career opportunities. It's simple: the combination of technical know-how and sophisticated communication skills adds up to great job potential!
- Technical Writing
- Multimedia Presentations
- Information Management
- Internet Publishing
- Technical Project Coordination
- International Communication
- Technical Editing
- Document Design
- Electronic Marketing
- Proposal and Grant Development
- Still and Moving Image Production
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