Arizona State University

Arizona State offers several options for studying Technical Communication, including a BS and an MS. In the BS program, students learn how to design, produce, and manage information using traditional and developing technologies. Students can complete the BS in one of two ways: via face-to-face and online courses offered through the Polytechnic campus, or fully online through ASUOnline. The MS curriculum balances theory and practice to ensure students develop the analytical abilities, technology expertise, and hands-on skills necessary for success as a technical communicator. The program prepares students for technical communication positions in the private, public, and nonprofit sectors and will offer professionals the opportunity to further advance their careers. The MS is offered through the Polytechnic campus via face-to-face and online courses.


Austin Community College

The Certificate and the Associate of Applied Science in the Technical Communications Specialization provide preparation essential for careers in technical communications.

Bellevue Community College

Bellevue College’s Technical Communication courses are hands-on, interactive, and above all, directly transferable to the workplace. Classes are taught by professional writers, and small class size allows for personalized attention for each student.

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.

Ferris State University

Technical and Professional Communication students learn the history and future of writing, edit technical manuals, understand the elements of writing technical documents and develop project planning skills. In addition, they analyze technical journals, books, magazines and speeches.

Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis

Students who earn the Certificate in Technical Communication will have the core knowledge, skills, and professional practices necessary for entry-level technical communicators. They will possess the ability to gather and transform technical knowledge for a variety of audiences. They will design, develop, and edit effective, usable publications using rhetorical principles and current technology.

Minnesota State University - Mankato

Minnesota State University, Mankato’s technical communication program is a well-established program with a strong STC student chapter that serves resident students as well as 100% online learners from across the country—indeed, from around the world.

Missouri University of Science and Technology

The department offers undergraduate (major and minor) and graduate degree programs in technical communication. Technical communication students, upon completion of their degrees, can have interesting and lucrative careers in almost any industry.

University of Washington

Students learn to design, write, edit, and evaluate technical and scientific materials. Students also learn about technical discourse, human-computer interaction, hypermedia and multimedia, publications management, and online support systems. Graduates apply their knowledge to create and enhance communication in scientific and technical environments.