The Professional and Technical Communication (PTC) program at Montana Tech prepares students to enter the exciting and dynamic world of technical communication. Our program provides students with a rich understanding of the very latest media technology and the theoretical framework necessary for effective communication. The excellent faculty, combined with state-of-the-art facilities, give our students a competitive edge in the global job market.
Minimum Credits for a B.S. degree in Professional and Technical Communication: 120
*Must complete one science course with a lab.
All electives must be 1000 or higher and Upper Division electives must be 3000 or higher. The 4000 level course must be a capstone course in the student’s major. Such courses are indicated in the catalog with a “W” appended to the course number (e.g., WRIT 322W ).
Minor in Professional & Technical Communication, please refer to reference section “Academic Program Minors”. Also Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in the Practice of Technical Communication is referred to in the same reference section.