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Subject:Re: Master's Programs in Technical Communication From:Connie Winch <CEW -at- MACOLA -dot- USA -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 2 Oct 1995 09:40:05 LCL
Rikki Nyman wrote
>I am looking at different advanced degree programs in technical communications.
> Regardless of how much I learn on the job, I think additional credentials
> my opinion - I don't want to start a war!) are going to be increasingly
> important in our field. I want to know:
>If you have an advanced degree, where you got it and how you would evaluate the
> program. What were the strongest and weakest aspects? What kinds of projects
> were most valuable? In what way did it enhance your skill set? If you could
> add anything knowing what you know now, what would it be?
A group of academicians within STC are working on a book that will
give information about technical communication programs around
the country. I do not know when this will come out; I'd suggest e-mailing
the STC headquarters office (stc -at- tmn -dot- com) and asking them.
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