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In the Bachelor of Science in Technical Communication Program, students will learn how to produce, design, and manage information, using both traditional and developing technologies. Software and electronics companies, media corporations, financial institutions, government agencies, non and for-profit organizations are some areas that employ technical communicators. The curriculum brings together information, writing, multimedia, and communications technology to prepare students for careers as technical writer/editors, web or intranet designers, graphics designers, publication managers, information designers, instructional and training developers, and more.