Writing communication degrees - results 1-10 of 1458

  1. Writing, Communication

    Maryville College - Maryville, TN

    • BA

    Carolyn Lyden took a unique path for her Senior Study – through an interview with her mother. Read how this undergraduate’s mother was the inspiration behind Lyden’s focus on childbirth in literature.

  2. Writing, Communication

    Maryville College - Maryville, TN

    • BS

    Carolyn Lyden took a unique path for her Senior Study – through an interview with her mother. Read how this undergraduate’s mother was the inspiration behind Lyden’s focus on childbirth in literature.

  3. Writing, Communication

    Maryville College - Maryville, TN

    • Bachelor's

    Carolyn Lyden took a unique path for her Senior Study – through an with her mother. Read how this undergraduate’s mother was the inspiration behind Lyden’s focus on childbirth in literature.

  4. Communication: Media Writing

    Champlain College - Burlington, VT

    • Bachelor's

  5. Communication Speech Writing Certificate

    Southern Utah University - Cedar City, UT

    • Certificate

    Communication Speech Writing Certificate Return to: All Programs The specific existing courses with their respective credit hours are: (15 credits) COMM 1010 - Introduction to Communication 3 credits COMM 1310 - Thinking & Listening Critically 3 credits COMM 3810 - Advanced Public Speaking 3 credits COMM 4010 - Persuasion 3 credits COMM 4502 - Political

  6. Technical Communication Writing

    American River College - Sacramento, CA

    • AA

    Associate Degree Requirements: The Technical Communications Associate in Arts (A.A.) Degree may be obtained by completion of the required program, plus general education requirements, plus sufficient electives to meet a 60-unit total. See ARC graduation requirements.

  7. Professional Writing & Communication

    Portland Community College - Portland, OR

    • AA

    Professional writing is the integration of creativity, technology, and problem solving. The ability to communicate in a variety of formats to a variety of audiences for

  8. Technical Communication & Professional Writing (BA)

    Metropolitan State University - Saint Paul, MN

    • BA

    of the major in Technical Communication and Professional Writing immerses students in the kind of analytical, critical and creative thinking that is at the heart of effective communication. It focuses on the following areas

  9. Writing, Rhetoric and Technical Communication

    James Madison University - Harrisonburg, VA

    • Bachelor's

    graduates for academic studies in Writing, Rhetoric and Technical Communication at the master's level. The study of writing, rhetoric and technical communication includes two concentrations in the undergraduate major: Technical and Scientific Communication and Writing and Rhetoric. The B.A. and B.S. programs in WRTC are interdisciplinary

  10. Communication: Writing for Print Media

    Hollins University - Roanoke, VA

    • BA

    such as the UN, development communication and the NWICO, and corporate (transnational) communication networks. Writing for Print Media I and II, hands-on journalism courses, are taught by professional journalists. Writing for Electronic Media is taught by a local broadcast professional. In other courses, students have worked on projects ranging from the production of their

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