Technical Communication

About Us

Technical Communication is a professional program designed to prepare you for a successful career as a technical writer for business, industry, or government, both regionally and nationally. We work with you to help you develop essential technical communication skills while building a foundation in graphic design, public relations, and marketing.

Why Study Technical Communication at Eastern?

We are committed to excellence and student success.


Get Hands-On Experience

You'll work with your peers to create documents used by a wide range of audiences.

Develop Your Skills

Our coursework will help you learn to gather, understand, synthesize and organize technical information.

Excellent Job Opportunities

Our graduates have a great record of finding employment soon after graduation.

Careers in Technical Communication

Earning a degree or minor in technical communication from Eastern Washington University leads to many career opportunities:


Technical Editor

Content Developer

Information Architect

Public Relations Specialist

Technical Writer

Contact Us

Teena A. M. Carnegie, PhD

Professor
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Patterson Hall 211C

Kate Crane, PhD

Assistant Professor
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Patterson Hall 211H