Montana Tech of the University of Montana

Students in Technical Communication will plan, develop, and complete technical communication projects in one or more fields of science and technology. This program will be practice-oriented, emphasizing a problem-solving approach that empowers people in many disciplines to communicate more effectively. Candidates are expected to bridge the complex and isolated worlds of scientific and technical specialties. Through employment of effective communication strategies, candidates will help to make those worlds more comprehensible.

In addition to the Graduate School requirements, applicants to the  Master's in Technical Communication are required to respond to the following: MSTC Supplemental Materials

Career Opportunities
As one of the fastest growing fields in the world, Technical Communication prepares students for unparalleled lifetime career opportunities. It's simple: the combination of technical know-how and sophisticated communication skills adds up to great job potential!

Technical Writing
Multimedia Presentations
Information Management
Internet Publishing
Technical Project Coordination
International Communication
Technical Editing
Document Design
Electronic Marketing
Proposal and Grant Development
Still and Moving Image Production

Curriculum

Course No. Course Title Credits
TC 5016 Professional Presentations 1
TC 5376 Ethics Proseminar 1
TC 5476 Print Production 3
TC 5506 Intercultural Communication 3
TC 5616 Research Methods (required during 1st semester of study) 3
TC 5946 Graduate Seminar (taken twice) 2
TC 5996 Thesis/Graduate Project 6
TC 5956 Technical Writing and Editing 3
TC 5486 Multimedia Production 3
TC 5416 Rhetorical Theories & Professional Communication 3
Elective 3
Total Required Credits 31

Address

  • Professional and Technical Communication Department
  • 1300 West Park Street
  • Butte
  • MT
  • USA
  • 59701