|WRIT 316 Writing for the Technical Professions||3|
|ARTV 110 Introduction to Visual Literacy||3|
|WRIT 366 Survey of Technical and Professional Document Production||3|
|WRIT 351 Advanced Technical Writing||3|
|WRIT 363 Writing for the Web||3|
|Plus one of the following advanced courses:|
|DGIM 101 Introduction to Digital Imaging||3|
|LITR 240 The Art of Prose: Scientific and Technical Literature||3|
|SPCH 205 Professional Speaking and Advanced Oral Communication||3|
|WRIT 220 Workshop in Publication||3|
|WRIT 355 Advanced Writing and Editing Techniques||3|
|WRIT 360 Seminar in Professional Writing||3|
|WRIT 415 Internship in Technical and Professional Writing||3|
2) Those entering the program without sufficient technical background must take six (6) additional credits in a technical area. Members of the faculty will determine what constitutes an appropriate background.
As with all curricular requirements, students must complete the core curriculum that was in place when they were first admitted to NYIT or when they changed their majors (check the catalog of that year for details). All of the courses current students will need to complete their degrees will be offered over the next few years. You may also refer to the Semester Maps maintained by the Advising and Enrichment Center (AEC).
Please Note: All course selections must be confirmed by an advisor in your academic department.
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