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Master of Science in Technical Communication

The Master of Science in Technical Communication (MSTC) program equips students with the skills to produce user-friendly technical documents, manage projects, understand communication ethics, analyze audiences, and conduct usability tests.

The MSTC curriculum can be individualized with a selection of electives, making it valuable for a range of candidates, including:

  • Professional writers seeking promotions to managerial positions
  • Medical professionals seeking skills relevant to producing publishable research manuscripts, public health educational materials, ethical standards declarations, manuals, and professional correspondence
  • Professionals in engineering, science, and technology who need to master the skills of project management and writing results-oriented documents such as proposals, technical manuals, training materials, and business-to-business communications
  • Public relations and corporate training professionals with the goal of expanding their employment options
  • Undergraduates interested in an applied master's level degree, either to increase their employability or to pursue a doctoral degree in technical communication

Inquiries may be addressed to the Office of Graduate Admissions.

gradadmissions@uhd.edu
Telephone: 713-221-8093.


College of Humanities & Social Sciences Graduate Handbook


MSTC Degree Director
Natalia Matveeva, Ph.D.
S-1041
(713) 222-5371
matveevan@uhd.edu



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