Program Benefits

  • Both specialization areas of the Business & Technical Communications program offer an Associate of Applied Science degree and a Certificate.
  • The Business & Technical Communications staff includes professionals currently practicing in the field.
  • Courses in the Business & Government Specialization focus on important document types in business and government: policy-and-procedure documents, audit and compliance reports, administrative rules, business plans, project proposals, grant proposals, business plans, and correspondence.
  • Most classes are held in well-equipped computer labs with the latest versions of the previously mentioned software and have open lab hours for students enrolled in the Business & Technical Communication program.
  • Most courses are available as online classes and can be taken from anywhere in the world.
  • Students in the major take a special-problems course to build their portfolios and an internship in which they gain on-the-job experience.
  • Courses provide opportunities for employment or continuation to a four-year institution.

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