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Missouri S&T Master of Science in Technical Communication
The technical communication degree, housed in the Department of English and Technical Communication, offers you an entry into a growing profession that communicates information about the purpose and operation of human tools and systems. Technical communicators work at the interface of technical experts and users of technology. Consequently, technical communicators provide an essential service to national and global societies by facilitating technology transfer.
The course catalog says: “Missouri S&T’s unique environment offers opportunities to work alongside engineers and scientists in research and design projects. Students will be strongly encouraged to do summer internships or co-ops with companies before you graduate. At Missouri S&T you will work with first-class faculty, associate with excellent students from around the country and world, and benefit from the world-class technology.”