Bellevue Community College

Bellevue College’s Technical Communication courses are hands-on, interactive, and above all, directly transferable to the workplace. Classes are taught by professional writers, and small class size allows for personalized attention for each student.


All IDCC majors must take speech, professional communication and web design courses, and communication theory to build their verbal skills before choosing electives in applied communication theory and supporting subject areas.

Boise State University

The BA in English, Technical Communication Emphasis consists of six required courses in technical communication, as well as other required courses in economics, computer science, management, communications, and linguistics. Students also serve as interns at one of the many high-tech companies in the Treasure Valley. Boise State University also offers a Masters of Art Program and both Undergraduate and Graduate Certification programs.

Bowling Green State University

Bowling Green State University offers a few options in technical communication:

 - Graduate Certificate in International Scientific and Technical Communication. The classes for this are all offered online.

 - The second option is an Undergraduate Minor in Scientific and Technical Communication. This would be in conjuction with your major field of study.

- The third option is Master of Arts in Professional Communication and Rhetoric. This is a fully online program.