COMM 9093 (Technical Writing and Analysis) is a prerequisite for the other four courses and must be completed first. Once you complete COMM 9093 (Technical Writing and Analysis), the rest of the courses may be taken in any order. However, we recommend that you complete the courses in the following order:
You can take courses simultaneously if you wish to complete the program quickly, but we strongly recommend that you allow yourself enough time to do the assignments required for each course.
Technical communication is a big industry, and companies in all sectors need communication professionals. According to statistics, the amount of information available doubles every seven years. With so much to process, information needs to be presented in a way that is efficient and logical – that’s where many businesses must rely on a technical communicator. Technical communication has many branches and, while they are not all the same, they have many transferable skills. Some of these branches are:
Salaries vary depending on years of experience, industry, company and employment status (full-time employee versus consultant).