Scientific & Technology Communication
Technical writers combine a love for technology and writing
with a desire to help others learn. WCC offers an Associate
in Applied Science in Scientific and Technical Communication.
The Scientific and Technical Communication program attracts
students who want careers as technical writers and others
whose jobs require advanced writing skills, like those employed
in engineering, marketing, grant writing, or web design.
this two-year associate degree program, students develop an
instruction manual from beginning to end one semester and
learn to develop an online help system another semester.
job market for technical writers continues to expand. In 2000,
the average annual salary for technical writers was $45,050,
according to the Technical Communicator's Salary Survey. Academic
counselors can provide more information about the associate
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