Technical Communication (AATCD)
Associate in Arts Degree
In this program, students explore the technical communication process in detail and
develop skills in audience analysis, project management, technical writing and editing,
document design and usability testing. Using tools of the technical communication
profession, students prepare content for print and online delivery, develop screencast
training modules, learn how to conduct a formal job search and create professional
portfolios to showcase their skills.
The Technical Communication Associate in Arts degree is designed for students transferring to a four-year university and seeking a Bachelor of Arts degree. The General Education requirements fulfill both Washtenaw Community College's requirements and the MTA Transfer requirements.
Eastern Michigan University, BA or BS degree;
Madonna University, BA degree.
Copies can be obtained from the Counseling Office, a program advisor, or from the Curriculum and Assessment Office Web site: View Articulation Agreements
Basic computer literacy.
- Humanities, Social & Behav Sci
- English/Writing Dept
- Lisa Veasey
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|ENG 218||Technical Writing IV||3|
|Elective to reach a minimum 60 credits||1|
- Total Credits Required
- 60 - 63
*If your course(s) exceeds the recommended credit hours, you will need to reduce the
number of credits in the restricted electives. Students who plan to transfer to a
4-year university are encouraged to meet with the Technical Communication program
advisor to select appropriate general education courses.
**JRN 210 is strongly recommended. Students must meet with the Technical Communication program advisor to select additional elective courses.