About the Publishing and Editing Graduate Certificate Program
This program requires a minimum of 15 hours of courses in English and related fields. These courses typically include study in such topics as scholarly editing, magazine publishing, history of the book, technical editing, and document design. They can also include work in public relations, advertising, and other topics relevant to the contemporary publishing industry.
Prepares students for a career in editing and publishing; develops new workplace skills or supplements existing skills; learns publication production; understands the relationship among publishing history, book history, and literary studies; and develops or improves editing skills.
Contact: Jill Patterson