Bachelor of Science Technical Communication
School of Letters and Sciences
Through the Bachelor of Science in technical communication, students learn how to produce, design and manage information, using both traditional and developing technologies.
Students develop a wide range of skills and knowledge, including how to:
- Collaborate with colleagues and other professionals
- Respond to the needs of specific audiences
- Use standard tools for accessing, retrieving and evaluting information
- Use conventions of format and structure in documents
- Develop flexible strategies for drafting, revising, editing and proof-reading
- Apply appropriate standards, laws, policies and accepted practices for the use of a variety of technologies
- Work confidently in a range of digital environments
The curriculum brings together information, writing, multimedia, and communication technology to prepare students for careers as technical writers/editors, publication managers, information designers, instructional and training developers and more.
Students who complete the technical communication program are often employed by software and electronics companies, media corporations, financial institutions, government agencies, non-profit and for-profit organizations.Play now
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