Professional Communications

Program Director

The rapidly developing global community demands an ever-increasingly refined set of communications skills from its professionals. Clarity of expression has become more important than ever to managers, scientists, and engineers as the tools of communication have become ever more sophisticated and the number of models multiplied. Communication is an enabling technology and is a critical core competence of all fields. The Stevens Graduate Certificate in Professional Communications helps participants from all fields enhance and develop their skills to better serve their industries. Communication of all kinds - written, oral and web-based - is the sine qua non of today's professional's skill set.

Course #Course NameInstructor (s)Semester
COMM500Foundations of Business and Professional CommunicationsAndrew SteinTBA
COMM501Foundations of Technical CommunicationAndrew SteinTBA
COMM502Professional PresentationsAndrew SteinTBA
COMM503Advanced Documentation TechniquesTBATBA
COMM504Foundations of Business Plan WritingCassie SaurerTBA
COMM530Writing for EngineersTeresa ZighTBA
COMM535Writing for International MarketingTBATBA
COMM540Foundations in Financial WritingTBATBA
COMM545Writing for the Life Sciences ProfessionalsTBATBA
COMM550Writing for the WebTBATBA
COMM555Writing for Project ManagementCassie SaurerTBA
COMM560Writing For and About the Science CommunityTBATBA
COMM565Publicity Writing: Techniques of Packaging InformationTBATBA
COMM570Proposal WritingTBATBA

General Information
Credits 3 Credits Per Course/12 Credits Per Certificate
Tuition per credit

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A graduate certificate program in from Stevens’ Wesley Howe School of Technology Management available online. Co-sponsored by AACEI, ACM, AIChE, IEEE, NECA, NSPE, and SNAME.

*Note: Only two of the three classes are required plus COMM501.

** All students must take a capstone course and can choose depending on the skills needed in their specific profession.

If you're a professional with a bachelor's degree, you can earn a graduate certificate or a masters degree in an outstanding online Professional Communications program delivered by the same superior faculty who teach in conventional settings. You receive the finest professional education using rich Internet features -- threaded discussions, chat, bulletin boards, e-mail, file sharing, whiteboards, and workgroups for in-depth participation. You also have online library privileges, with instant search and retrieval of important databases.

 Interactivity with the professor, and flexibility to listen to recorded lectures made this class stand out."
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