Last Updated on January 17, 2023
English (B.A.) – Technical Communication may be completed fully online, although not all elective options or program prerequisites may be offered online. Newly admitted students choosing to complete this program exclusively via UCF online classes may enroll with a reduction in campus-based fees.
- Students who change degree programs and select this major must adopt the most current catalog.
- Students must earn at least a “C” (2.0) in each required course.
- Co-op or internship credit cannot be used in this major.
- Students should consult with a departmental advisor.
- Departmental Residency Requirement consists of at least 15 semester hours of regularly scheduled 3000-4000 level courses taken from the UCF English Department.
- Courses designated in General Education Program and Common Program Prerequisites are usually completed in the first 60 hours.
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Bridge the gap between technical fields and the general public through clear communication. Leverage your technical communication skills in nearly any industry within a variety of contexts, including promotional materials, instruction guides, technical manuals and more.
With your bachelor’s degree earned through UCF Online you’ll have the tools to become a spokesperson for the business and scientific communities. Through a variety of technical writing courses, you’ll learn how to document, research and explain complex topics. You’ll study topics such as documentation, technical publication, technical communication for virtual workspaces and more.
UCF Online’s bachelor’s degree in English with a focus in technical communication is offered entirely online. Upon graduation, you’ll be ready to step into a wide variety of careers or to pursue an advanced degree. Get started today to earn your B.A. in English, Technical Communication. careers in law, editing and publishing, teaching, corporate and not-for-profit management, consulting, information technology and graduate study in English and other disciplines. Students of English learn to read accurately, write clearly and think analytically in the department’s undergraduate programs.
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Missouri S&T’s Department of English and Technical Communication is the only program in Missouri to blend the humanistic study of English with the principles and practices of technical communication in a single degree program. The STEM-focused environment of S&T sets us apart from any of our peer programs in English or technical communication: it allows us to leverage S&T’s existing strengths in STEM and to focus on adaptive thinking and ethical training that today’s job market demands and that global citizenship requires. The ETC program provides students with innovative undergraduate research and coursework opportunities that do not exist in traditional departments, including the chance to complete several client-based classroom projects that allow students to collaborate professionally with customers and other colleagues. The ETC program teaches students to use technology in order to make complex topics understandable and to make information usable. As a result, our graduates are in high demand and find career opportunities in a wide range of professional domains, including engineering, health care, technology, education, publishing, government, natural sciences, and nonprofits. ETC majors at S&T can even earn a master’s degree in technical communication with only one additional year of study past graduation.
The discipline of English includes literary studies, composition and rhetoric, creative writing, and English education. A degree in English is ideal for students who want to pursue a professional career in management and administration, sales and marketing, writing and editing, research and investigation, human resources and public relations. A degree in English Education is ideal for those who want to pursue a career in teaching middle and high school students.
- Bachelor of Science
- Bachelor of Science in English Education
- Cooperative Master of Arts
- Undergraduate Minors in Creative Writing, Literature, American Studies, and Writing
The discipline of technical communication focuses on the study of visual, written, and spoken communication in a wide variety of professions. It enables people to use technology effectively, to understand technology, and to make effective decisions about real-world problems. A degree in technical communication is ideal for students interested in web design and usability, technical writing and editing, online help development, content development, managing documentation, and information architecture.
- Bachelor of Science
- Master of Science
- Undergraduate Certificate
- Graduate Certificate
- Undergraduate Minor
- Graduate Minor
The 2021 issue of Panoply, the department’s newsletter, is available online.
“The notion that there is a proper way to speak adds to racist views in modern society. Sarah Hercula, a professor of linguistics at Missouri University of Science and Technology, has written a book on that topic. St. Louis Public Radio’s Jonathan Ahl sat down with her to talk about her ideas to fix the problem.” Listen to the interview below or visit the story at KBIA in St. Louis.