Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer
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December 21 (Winter ‘19), March 29 (Spring ‘19)
November 12 (Winter ’19), February 4 (Spring ’19)
Credits Required for Graduation
46 Quarter Hours
Why consider a graduate degree from Northeastern University? We recognize the knowledge and competencies demonstrated by those earning their Certified Professional Technical Communicator-Foundation through the Society of Technical Communication. As a result, Certified Professional Technical Communicators have the unique opportunity to accelerate through the Master of Science in Technical Communication program by applying this credential in exchange for transfer credit.
Successful applicants with their Certified Professional Technical Communicator-Foundation:
With a Master of Science in Technical Communication, you will have the unique opportunity to:
Northeastern University’s technical communication degree program enables you to create the educational experience that best meets your career and life goals. Recognized as a top-50-research university, we offer a dynamic learning environment, fueled, informed, and inspired by professionally-oriented, hands-on study.
Experiential learning. Industry-aligned coursework. Flexible study options. Our technical communication degree gives you access to a global network of faculty practitioners, corporate partners, distinguished alumni, and fellow students. Together, these form the cornerstone of a technical communication master's that’s innovative, yet relevant; practical, yet transformative.