Master of Science in Applied Communication - Technical and Professional Writing
The Technical and Professional Writing concentration is designed to provide knowledge and skills necessary to develop print and online communications materials within business, industry, government and journalistic enterprises.
*Note: This program utilizes a cohort model and will commence when sufficient enrollment is secured.
Requirements and Curriculum
|COMM 7011 Foundations of Communication Studies||3 S.H.|
|COMM 9010 Contemporary Issues in Communication||3 S.H.|
|COMM 9110 Communications Research Methods||3 S.H.|
|COMM 9120 Legal and Ethical Issues in Communication||3 S.H.|
|COMM 7000 Writing Workshop 1||3 S.H.|
|COMM 7500 Writing Workshop 2||3 S.H.|
|COMM 8300 Writing Workshop 3||3 S.H.|
|COMM 8400 Writing Workshop 4||3 S.H.|
|COMM 8500 Philosophical Issues in Professional Writing||3 S.H.|
|COMM 9090 Interactive Design and Analysis in Communications Media||3 S.H.|
Practicum or Thesis (choose one)
|COMM 9200 Practicum in Communication||6 S.H.|
|COMM 9980 Thesis in Communication||6 S.H.|
HOW TO APPLY
Contact Admissions Office: (978)665-3144, firstname.lastname@example.org
at a Glance
Completed applications are reviewed on a rolling admission basis.
Admissions Requirements (PDF)
Face-to-face and online courses offered in the evenings with some day courses during the summer.
While you can complete the program in as few as 2 years, you have 6 years to complete the program.
Suggested sequence of courses (PDF)
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