Degree Levels Offered for Technical Communication

Sample Free Open
Technical Communication Courses


Media Course Start Date Professor School
002 full-course 2 Technical Communications 2012-09-01 Fall 2012 Tokyo Institute of Technology
In this course, students will learn basic technical English communication skills -- both written and oral -- necessary for graduate-level research activities.

Accredited Online Technical Communication Degrees

School Accepts Transfer Credits Freshmen Acceptance Rate Financial Aid Rate Graduation Rate
McKendree University Yes 66% 100% 54%
Avila University Yes 60% 99% 43%
Rappahannock Community College Yes 100% 70% 22%
National American University-Mesquite Yes 100% N/A N/A
Santa Rosa Junior College Yes 100% 55% 31%
Valdosta State University Yes 59% 89% 43%
Riverland Community College-Austin Yes 100% 86% 32%
University of Akron Main Campus Yes N/A 91% 40%
West Hills College Coalinga Yes 100% 79% 20%
Midstate College Yes 85% 90% 24%
National American University-Richardson Yes 100% N/A N/A
Northwest Technical College Yes 100% 93% 29%
West Los Angeles College Yes 100% 79% 13%
Northern Arizona University Yes 76% 85% 49%
University of South Alabama Yes 87% 94% 37%
University of the Cumberlands Yes 70% 100% 43%
Bethel University Yes 71% 99% 71%
American Academy McAllister Institute of Funeral Service Yes 100% 79% 45%
Anamarc College-El Paso Central No 100% 55% 80%
Ottawa University-Phoenix Yes 100% N/A N/A

Technical Communication at a Glance

Number of Degrees Conferred in Technical Communication

    • 18 Bachelor's Degrees in
      Technical Communication
      • 39% Male
        Students
      • 61% Female
        Students
    • 29 Master's Degrees in
      Technical Communication
      • 31% Male
        Students
      • 69% Female
        Students
    • 7 Doctoral Degrees in
      Technical Communication
      • 14% Male
        Students
      • 86% Female
        Students

Sources: