Our Technical Communication Program teaches you the key principles involved in planning, developing and producing technical publications. A hands-on approach helps you develop and strengthen your skills in analysis, writing and editing for both print and online texts. Composed of a number of interrelated courses, this technical writing and publishing program is intended as much for those seeking the knowledge and abilities required for entry-level positions as for those looking for career advancement.
Employers can typically be found in the computing, biotechnology, manufacturing, aerospace, medical and training/electronic learning industries as well as other high-tech, government and business sectors. Career options typically involve the creation of multimedia tools, user documentation, training materials, policy and procedure manuals or other publications.
You must have good computer skills and be proficient in oral and written English.
Once you have completed all the requirements of this program with a cumulative grade average of B- (70%) or better, you can request to receive a certificate of completion.
Core Courses (Four)
This must be completed first:
This is the recommended completion order for these:
Read the Technical Communication Program frequently asked questions (FAQ), attend a Technical Communication information session or contact the Continuing Education Liberal Studies department at 416-415-5000, ext. 2092, at firstname.lastname@example.org or by visiting their office at St. James Campus, 193 King St. E., Building G (SJG), third floor.