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Oklahoma Technical Writing Training

For Oklahoma residents with an interest in the technical writing profession, there are lots of wonderful options for pursuing an education in the state. Not only can you choose from a wide variety of degree programs, from the most basic associate’s degree program to the most intensive doctoral degree program, but you can also choose from several different courses of study and many different types of schooling environments. The best thing about becoming a technical writer is that the path you take to get there is incredibly flexible and can be molded to fit your needs, goals, and interests.

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Technical Writing Degrees and Schools:
Some people prefer to take the simplest and most direct path to becoming a technical writer. That path is to get a basic technical writing degree, of any level from associate’s degree to master’s degree. These degree programs focus on teaching new writers about the technical writing industry, about the grammar, mechanics, and formatting involved in technical writing, and about the various types of technology technical writers use to do their jobs. They work well for many people entering into the technical writing world, especially for those who are not quite certain of what type of technical writing they wish to do just yet. Popular choices for people who want technical writing degrees include the University of Oklahoma’s Norman campus; Oklahoma State University’s Main Campus, located in Stillwater; the University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond; and Southern Nazarene University, located in Bethany.

Content Area Degrees and Schools:
Some people prefer not to study technical writing itself but instead to devote their time to learning all that they can about a specific content area. An example of this would be someone who aspires to be a pharmacological technical writer majoring in pharmacology in college. Other common majors include engineering, anything relating to computer studies, mathematics, various types of science, English, and many others. Today, many employers actually prefer students who chose to master a content area in school, because they feel that actual technical writing skills can be learned on the job and/or through simple training at work.

There are many schools to choose from for those interested in various content areas of the technical writing industry. A lot of people choose large state universities and colleges, which tend to be affordable for in state students. Commonly chosen colleges and universities for prospective technical writers in the state are Cameron University, located in Lawton; East Central University in Ada; Langston University of Langston; Northeastern State University at Tahlequah; Northeastern State University, which has a second location in Broken Arrow; Northwestern Oklahoma State University in Alva; Oklahoma Panhandle State University of Goodwell; Oklahoma State University at Stillwater; Oklahoma State University, located in Oklahoma City and in Tulsa; Rogers State University in Claremore; Southeastern Oklahoma State University of Durant; Southwestern Oklahoma State University at Weatherford; the University of Central Oklahoma, located in Edmond; the University of Oklahoma in Norman; the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center of Oklahoma City; the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma at Chickasha; Carl Albert State College, located in Poteau; Connors State College in Warner; Eastern Oklahoma State College of Wilburton; Murray State College at Tishomingo; Northeastern Oklahoma A and M College, located in Miami; Northern Oklahoma College in Tonkawa; Oklahoma City Community College of Oklahoma City; Oklahoma State University at Okmulgee; Redlands Community College, located in El Reno; Rose State College in Midwest City; Seminole State College of Seminole; Tulsa Community College at Tulsa; Western Oklahoma State College, located in Altus; Bacone College in Muskogee; American Christian College and Seminary of Oklahoma City; Family of Faith College at Shawnee; Hillsdale Free Will Baptist College, located in Moore; Mid America Christian University in Oklahoma City; Oklahoma Baptist College, also located in Oklahoma City; Oklahoma Baptist University of Shawnee; Oklahoma Christian University at Oklahoma City; Oklahoma City University, also located in Oklahoma City; Oklahoma Wesleyan University in Bartlesville; Oral Roberts University in Tulsa; Saint Gregory’s University in Shawnee; Southern Nazarene University in Bethany; Southwestern Christian University in Bethany; Spartan School of Aeronautics in Tulsa; and the University of Tulsa, also located in Tulsa. There are also many online colleges and universities.

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