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I fell 11 general credit units short of a BA in Technical & Professional
Writing at San Francisco State University. I'd like to know if any of the
faculty/student members of the list know of any programs that offer
technical writing-centered classes via correspondence? My local college
doesn't have openings for enrollment until Fall '97, and I'd like to take
care of my degree sooner than that.