Technical Communication & Rhetoric
MATC: Master of Arts in Technical Communication (onsite and online)
PhD-TCR: PhD in Technical Communication and Rhetoric (onsite and online)
- Teaching Technical Communication (onsite and online)
- Book History and Digital Humanities (onsite and online)
- Texas Tech offers the BA, MA, and PhD in technical communication. The Master of Arts in Technical Communication and the PhD in Technical Communication and Rhetoric are available as both resident and online programs.
- Sixteen tenure-line faculty members specialize in technical communication and rhetoric, offering expertise in a wide range of areas.
- An active student chapter of the Society for Technical Communication complements classroom instruction.
- Our Media Lab provides services and technology for new media design.
- Our Usability Research Laboratory works with corporate clients and serves as a resource for faculty and student research.
- Job placement for graduates of all programs is excellent.
For further information, please contact
- Dr. Miles Kimball, Director of Technical Communication
- Dr. Joyce Locke Carter, Director of Graduate Studies
- Dr. Sean Zdenek, Associate Director of Graduate Studies
- Ken Baake publishes article on water issues
- PhD student Alec Hosterman chosen to participate in White House online chat
- Dr Kristen Moore publishes in JTWC
- Dr Craig Baehr named an Associate Fellow of the Society for Technical Communication
- Koerber, Booher, and Rickly publish article for Present Tense
- MATC student Amanda Cooper wins National Association of Agricultural aviation essay contest and $2000 scholarship
- Letterpress Lab and Miles Kimball featured in Daily Toreador
- TCR faculty Brian Still to present at TEDx Lubbock
- TCR PhD grad Keisha McKenzie featured in All Things Texas Tech
- TCR PhD student Sarah Gunning wins teaching award
- Congrats to Kristin Bivens, recipient of a $1500 Helen DeVitt Jones Graduate Fellowship
- KLBK Reports on EyeGuide Assist
- Technical Writing Students Revamp Lubbock Water Report
- Usability Research Lab incubates affordable eye-tracking system
- Eaton Writes Grants