- College of Arts & Sciences
About the Program
The Technical Communication B.A. can be taken onsite or online.
The Bachelor of Arts in Technical Communication will provide a broad liberal arts background and intensive training in the principles and practices of technical communication. It will prepare students for careers as technical communicators, editors, grant writers, website developers, information architects, and publications managers in a variety of professional domains, including publishing, education, government, health care, biology, chemistry, physics, and engineering. It also will prepare students for graduate education in technical communication as well as in law, business, science, and medicine.
The technical communication program requires 120 semester credit hours consisting of the core curriculum, 33 hours in a major field, and a required minor.
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