This one-year program in book, magazine, and electronic publishing gives students the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in full-time field placements with real publishing and related organizations.
This program offers a core curriculum covering all subjects related to editorial, sales, marketing/publicity, and book composition/design and helps students develop their own specialized course of study.
This six-week course is specifically designed for recent graduates and acts as an introduction to print and digital publishing through a rigorous lecture and workshop structure. There is also a four-week program available at Oxford.
This program offers nine modules that cover all areas of copyediting, including grammar, style, and editing and are intended for professionals of all levels and specializations looking to develop or improve writing skills. Within the program, flexible scheduling allows each student to tailor this program to his or her own needs.
This program is designed for any current students or professionals wishing to gain practical skills in all areas of editing, writing, and publishing through flexible, easily accessible training. There is also the opportunity to complete an editing internship at one of many different possible venues to gain hands-on experience and build a portfolio.
This six-session workshop is designed to train creative-minded students on the basic skills of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry through in-class exercises, peer review, and discussion of contemporary work. Students will leave with the ability to compose specific styles of literature and with a greater aptitude for all types of writing.
This three-month program offers a curriculum of basic publishing courses, followed by a capstone project in which students choose three of four specializations (editorial, marketing, literary agenting/rights management, and advanced technology) and collaborate to build models for their own publishing companies.
This postbaccalaureate program offers a customizable curriculum that is designed to prepare students for a graduate course of study in creative writing. Writing workshops help develop individual voice, strengthen command of different literary styles, and build each student’s writing portfolio.
This one-semester course introduces students to the fundamentals of copyediting, from proper grammar usage to online formatting, in publication of all media. With a focus on preparing for real jobs, this program integrates academic and hands-on approaches to produce marketable skills.
With an emphasis upon real-world, real-workplace learning, the 42-credit MS program provides students with a practical foundation in book publishing and magazine media, including a strong focus on digital. Through a combination of classroom learning and hands-on computer laboratory study of key digital platforms and social media, the MS in Publishing helps students master the key skills required for success in today’s publishing workplace.
This department offers a comprehensive master’s degree as well as four certificate programs (book publishing, magazine publishing, business aspects of publishing, and digital publishing) available on-campus or online and targeted toward professionals looking to enhance their credentials.
This master’s program offers foundational courses in book publishing, editing, design, and marketing as well as the opportunity to develop specialized skills through advanced courses, “experiential learning opportunities” with the Ooligan Press publishing house, and other local internships.
This program is designed for people with some copyediting experience looking to refine and expand their communications skills. It includes six courses that cover basic editing and professional writing techniques and culminate in required assessments.