Boise State offers two options for graduate-level study in technical communication:
- M.A. in Technical Communication
- Graduate Certificate in Technical Communication
M.A. Technical Communication
Students in our M.A. in Technical Communication (MATC) program learn both the theory and practice of technical communication, drawing on such disciplines as professional writing, rhetoric and composition, STEM communication, linguistics, cognitive psychology, human-computer interaction, sociology, and cultural and gender studies. They also get hands-on experience in writing, editing, print and digital design, web development, and usability studies, as well as a foundational understanding of both ethics and oral communication.
The MATC curriculum consists of five required courses, five electives, and a culminating portfolio. Click here to see the required courses and elective choices for earning an M.A. in Technical Communication.
Graduate Certificate in Technical Communication
The Graduate Certificate in Technical Communication enables students in any field to choose a unified, coherent group of courses in technical communication and related disciplines. The graduate certificate consists of three required courses and two electives. Click here to see the required courses and elective choices for earning a Graduate Certificate in Technical Communication.
Ready to Get Started on Your Graduate Degree?
For additional information about graduate programs in technical communication at Boise State, download our graduate handbook (PDF) .
If you have questions about applying to a graduate program in technical communication, please contact Lauren Hershey at email@example.com.
If you have questions about the graduate programs in technical communication, or about technical communication as a field or in general, please contact Dr. Roger Munger, Director of Technical Communication, at firstname.lastname@example.org.