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Here is a technical communication certificate program offered by University of Washington, Human Centered Design and Engineering (HCDE) department.
HCDE’s 2010-2011 Technical Writing and Editing program begins on September 30, 2010. Applications for this program are now being accepted.
The deadline for receipt of applications at UW PCE is 5 pm on August 20, 2010.
The Technical Writing and Editing Certificate curriculum was designed by an advisory board of leading technical writers, publications managers, and UW faculty. The board monitors the program and updates the curriculum as needed. The program director is Tina Loucks-Jaret ( tloucks @ u.washington.edu).
This nine month evening program consists of six courses, which are also the core of the undergraduate major in the HCDE Technical Communication track. Classes meet twice a week.
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