The Technical Communication (TC) minor offers students the opportunity to gain an in-depth knowledge of Technical Communication through concentrated study in courses offered by LMC.
Students interested in the minor should consult with their advisor and with LMC's Director of Undergraduate Studies. The Director will connect students in the minor with Technical Communication faculty who can then serve as their minor advisors.
The Technical Communication faculty include:
- Dr. Rebecca Burnett
- Dr. Andy Frazee
- Dr. Karen Head
- Dr. Tyanna Herrington
- Dr. Brian Larson
After completing the prerequisite in Technical Communication: LMC 3403, 3431/3432, students must take 5 courses (15 total hours) distributed according to the menu below. At least 4 of these classes (12 credit hours) must be at the 3000-level or above. Students in the TC minor must take all minor courses for letter grades, and they must attain grades of C (2.0) or better in all their minor courses to complete this program of study. Required courses include:
Technical Communication Minor
At least one of the following courses (3 - 6 hours):
- LMC 3302: Science, Technology, and Ideology
- LMC 3310: The Rhetoric of Scientific Inquiry
Three of the following courses (9 - 12 hours):
- LMC 3408: The Rhetoric of Technical Narratives
- LMC 3410: The Rhetoric of Nonlinear Documents
- LMC 3412: Communicating Science and Technology to the Public
- LMC 3414: Intellectual Property Policy and Law in Communication and Technology
- LMC 4406: Contemporary Issues in Professional Communication
Total Credit Hours: 15 credits (5 courses)
Students and advisors should review the undergraduate minor guidelines and Institute provisions for change of/additions to undergraduate academic minors, as established by the GT Registrar's Office.
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