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Re: Technical Communication degrees through distance learning?
Subject:Re: Technical Communication degrees through distance learning? From:Niccole Young <youngn -at- SUNYIT -dot- EDU> Date:Mon, 2 Mar 1998 14:40:30 -0500
Yes there are programs in technical communications. I am currently
enrolled in a technical communications program, and I anticapate a May
graduation. Your best bet is to look into technical schools. For example,
RIT, MIT, or SUNY Institue of TEchnology at Uica/ Rome.
On Mon, 2 Mar 1998, Charlotte H. Jacobsen wrote:
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Michael Goren [SMTP:michaelg -at- ORBOTECH -dot- CO -dot- IL]
> > I am a "new kid on the block" and I would like to earn a Bachelors
> > degree
> > in Technical Writing /Communication through distance learning/internet
> > studies/ independent studies or any other non-traditional programs.
> > Are there any such programs?
> > Thanks,
> > Michael
> [Charlotte H. Jacobsen]
> The following link leads to a list containing many (all?)
> universities and their status regarding distance learning. I followed a
> distance learning course at Texas Tech University - it is highly
> Good luck,