Northeastern University College of Professional Studies has approved four credit hours toward the Master of Science degree in Technical Communication for holders of the Certified Professional Technical Communicator (CPTC) Foundation level certification from the Society for Technical Communication.
More than one million international students are studying in the United States this year, the largest number ever and a 73-percent increase over the past decade, according to Marissa Lombardi, EdD. Helping to ensure that they, and U.S. students studying abroad, get the most from international experiences is Marissa’s goal.
Northeastern University College of Professional Studies is offering students who have successfully completed the Accreditation in Public Relations (APR) professional certification the equivalent of three courses of academic credit (9 quarter hours) toward a Master of Science in Corporate and Organizational Communication. This recognizes the rigorous program of study required to earn the APR, which is the industry credential for public relations professionals who demonstrate their understanding of and commitment to strategic communications principles through a multi-step review process based on established industry competencies.