Professional Writing & Communication
UMass Dartmouth’s Master of Arts in Professional Writing & Communication program meets a growing demand for professional and technical communicators. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, jobs in professional and technical writing are growing faster than average.
Our students take classes that prepare them to meet that demand by learning how to communicate ideas and information across a range of media.
- web authoring
- document design
- social media writing
- rhetorical theory
- 33 total credits
- Master's thesis
- 9 credits per semester for full-time status
A limited number of assistantships are available on a competitive basis. This award is subject to the work needs of the position and department, your satisfactory performance of duties, your academic record, and availability of funds, and may be subject to change.