Professional and Technical Communications (Track G)

Our BA program offers the latest instruction in professional and technical communications to prepare students for a wide variety of careers. Whether students are looking for work in writing, document design, project management, technical editing, or usability, we have the faculty, tools, courses, and contacts to get you there.

Our program offers students a wide variety of career options, including the following:

  • editing
  • publishing
  • technical writing
  • usability testing
  • project management
  • research
  • teaching
  • information design

The Professional and Technical Communications (PTC) focus is designed to teach students to write in industry, government, technology, and scientific disciplines. The undergraduate PTC courses emphasize writing and editing to achieve specific purposes and address specific audiences. PTC students will learn to produce different types of documents, including instruction manuals, reports, proposals, and more. Learn why our program is right for you.

Check out our new Flexible Certificate in Business and Technical Communications, which went online in January of 2014!

For undergraduate major requirements or further information on Track G, contact:

Professor William Keith
Curtin Hall 592