The 22-credit-hour minor prepares students for a career in technical writing by combining intensive writing training with practical experience and fundamental technical skills. All students must take EH 301, EH 302, EH 401, and EH 320 plus nine hours of relevant electives. Students with non-technical majors (e.g., English, communication arts) should plan early to take courses in technical or scientific fields. Students with technical majors (e.g., engineering, physics, computer science) will take additional courses focusing on writing and communication skills. 

A typical program for a non-technical major is as follows:

EH 301TECHNICAL WRITING3
EH 302TECHNICAL EDITING4
EH 401THEORY & PRACTICE IN TECH COMM3
EH 320PRACTICUM IN WRITING3
Technical and Science Majors9
9 hours of Arts, Humanities, and Social Science Electives
Arts, Humanities, & Social Science and Business Majors
9 hours of technical or science electives
Total Semester Hours22