Technical Communications

Prepare for many different forms of technical communication in the workplace by learning to write clearly and edit and design technical documents while exploring courses in a variety of disciplines. A required internship during the program’s final semester will introduce you to technical writing in the workplace.

WORK IN MANY AREAS

Your written communication and critical thinking skills will open doors in many industries, including publishing, education, media, manufacturing, aviation and medicine.

PREPARE FOR A CAREER AS A

  • proofreader
  • editor
  • grant writer
  • social media specialist
  • educator
  • instructional designer

Your pathway to a degree

You can start with a technical communications certificate and grant writing certificate, taking classes that directly apply to the associate degree in technical communications:

Technical Communications Certificate

Grant Writing Certificate

Associate Degree

Associate of applied science in technical communications

Kent State University; Bachelor’s degree in applied communication.

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