Missouri University of Science and Technology
By studying technical communication, you will learn both the art and science of communicating effectively in a fast-paced global community. You’ll work at the interface of technical experts and product users. This degree teaches skills needed to convey modern scientific and technical ideas to colleagues and the general public.
With a technical communication degree, you can produce technical manuals and training material, prepare content for web pages, write grant proposals for research opportunities, or develop graphics and audio for technical advertisements.
Where do technical communicators work?
Effective communication is essential in any field, making this a versatile degree. Graduates work in public relations, editing, law, advertising and marketing, and business management. Many of them land jobs as technical or science writers.
TechCom grads are in demand. You help companies bridge the gap between their technical experts and customers.
Be creative. TechCom grads develop innovative, fun ways to present challenging topics.
Other students will value your expertise. You'll bring valuable skills to every group project.
Curiosity required. To explain things in words, you'll have to bring a love of writing and a curiosity about technology to work every day.
Job Security. Because of your technical expertise, employers will value your communication skills.