Events

Welcome Back, everyone! Some upcoming events:

Career Center Open House (September 10)
Charting YOUR Course: Major/Minor Fair (October 9)
Job/Internship fairs (promoted throughout the semester)
· October 27 (1-4pm): Shippensburg University Career Day
·  October 2 (10am-3pm): Capital Region Job/Internship Fair
·  October 23 (3-7pm): Harrisburg Regional Job/Internship Fair 

Contact the Career Center (x1484) for more information.

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Contact

Carla T. Kungl
Associate Professor, 
Director, Technical/Professional
Communications Minor
1871 Old Main Dr.
Shippensburg, PA  17257
In the English Dept. at
717.477.1716
DHC 007
ctkung@ship.edu

The Office for Technical/Professional
Communications is located in
Wright Hall 210

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Department Information

Listed below are the faculty members most likely to teach each course offered as a part of the Technical/Professional Communications Minor.


Art Department:
Prof. Will Whitely

ART 217 Computer Design I: Page Composition
ART 319 Computer Design III: Painting and Photo Manipulation
ART 425 Computer Design VI: Book and Portfolio Design

ART 306 Computer Design II: Illustration
ART 425 Computer Design IV: Multimedia
ART 435 Computer Design V: Web Design

College of Business:

ISM 142 Business Computer Systems

Communication/Journalism Department:
Dr. Mike Drager, Dr. Joe Borrell, Dr. Carrie Sipes

COM 112 Media Writing
COM 224 Electronic Media Writing
COM 285 News Writing and Reporting
COM 290 Advertising Copy Writing
COM 425 Feature Writing

Computer Science Department:

CSC 103 Overview of Computer Science
CSC 110 Computer Science I
CSC 434 Web Programming

English Department:
Dr. Carla Kungl, Dr. Kim van Alkemade, Dr. Laurie Cella

ENG 238 Technical/Professional Writing II
ENG 438 Technical/Professional Writing II
ENG 323 Reviewing the Arts for Publication

Human Communication Studies Department:
Dr. Matt Ramsey

HCS 350 Theories of Organizational Communication

History/Philosophy Department:
Dr. Doug Birsch

PHL 240 Ethical Issues and the Media
PHL 332 Ethical Issues and Computer Technology