is an exciting eighteen-hour interdisciplinary minor offering
state-of-the-art preparation for the professional workplace--a perfect
complement to almost any major. This program is the most
comprehensive minor of its kind in our region.
Students in the College of Business, Arts & Sciences, and Education
& Human Services can fit this program into their four year degree plan.
Courses offered include two core courses, in technical writing and
computer systems, and a variety of additional courses ranging from
computer design to advertising copy writing, from advanced technical
writing to web design, and internet communications..
completing the Technical/Professional Communications Minor will possess
up-to-date knowledge and skills that, combined with their major, can
lead to careers as a business analyst, editor, market researcher,
technical reporter, web developer, media specialist, ad
writer/designer, and publications manager. In addition, these
skills are often sought as a technical component in many professional positions that are not
primarily technical: grant writer, researcher, marketing manager, and graphic designer among
For more information, contact the T/PC Minor director, Dr Carla Kungl, Dauphin Humanities Center 007 or at x1716; email@example.com
Thinking about adding a Minor?
Learn more about
Technical/ Professioanl Communications.
Email Dr. Kungl at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit in Dauphin Humanities Center 007.