American River College

The Technical Communications degree program is an inter- disciplinary course of study designed to prepared students for employment as professional writers and communicators in a variety of media intended to instruct and inform audi- ences. The degree program includes substantial course work in writing, information design, editing, page design, online help development, web site creation, and the use of industry standard applications.

Appalachian State University

The Composition Program is proud to offer courses related to the Graduate Certificate in Rhetoric and Composition. Taught by specialists in the field, these courses prepare students to participate in the scholarly conversations developing in the field of Rhetoric and Composition.

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Austin Peay State University

The English major, leading to the B.A. or B.S. degree, consists of thirty-three semester hours of upper-division course work. Austin Peay College offers a minor in professional writing.

Boise State University

The BA in English, Technical Communication Emphasis consists of six required courses in technical communication, as well as other required courses in economics, computer science, management, communications, and linguistics. Students also serve as interns at one of the many high-tech companies in the Treasure Valley. Boise State University also offers a Masters of Art Program and both Undergraduate and Graduate Certification programs.

Carnegie Mellon University

The English Department is both inspired by the richness of the humanist tradition and dedicated to innovation. Our graduates enter careers in academia and the professions well-prepared to meet the changing needs of society with creativity, historical perspective, global awareness, and outstanding communication skills.

Eagle Technical Communication - University of North Texas

Eagle Technical Communication (ETC), a student chapter of the Society for Technical Communication (STC), gives University of North Texas students the opportunity to learn about technical communication, use their technical communication skills, build their leadership and volunteer experience, and meet other students interested in the technical communication field.

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James Madison University

The School of Writing, Rhetoric, and Technical Communication graduates well-equipped students who actively participate and lead in professional fields and civil society. Individuals majoring in WRTC will be joining faculty and students in one of the only schools dedicated to the art and science of communication in a variety of modes and genres.