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I am debating between the Technical Communication Industry -Masterly Level and the Advanced Certification in Technical Writing. I was wondering specifically what would the advantages be to me taking the Master level course?

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Asked by JazzyB Monday Jan 26th 2009 in Online Certifications
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That all depends on what your final goal is. If your finial goal is to obtain a job as a technical writer, then I would have to say that a Master’s degree in technical writing would probably be your best option.

However, if you only want to increase your skills in technical writing, then you should probably consider the certification program—this would be a cheaper and less time demanding option for becoming a better communicator.

Both of theses are excellent options, and either would be a great choice for furthering a career.

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