The 15-credit-hour graduate certificate in Instructional Design, Communication, and Technology provides advanced skills in training for mediated and non-mediated situations, with a focus on land-based, audience-centered communication training needs.


Curriculum

Courses Credits
COM 5963  Website Design  3
COM 5523  Developing the Corporate Story 3
COM 5443  Rhetoric of Technical Communication 3
COM 5553  Advanced Interpersonal Communication   3
COM 5573  Instructional Design 3

 

Admission Requirements
A bachelor’s degree from an accredited university.

The Graduate Certificates in Instructional Design, Communication and Technology; Sports Communication; Technical and Professional Communication; and Writing for the Digital Age can be applied to the Master of Science in Technical and Professional Communication, which can be earned with an additional 15 credit hours.


Learn more about our Master of Science in Technical and Professional Communication


For more information: 

Professor Corinne Stavish
Director, Technical and Professional Communication Program
cstavish@ltu.edu
248.204.3656

Lawrence Tech Office of Admissions or 800.CALL.LTU.