Concentration in Publishing

Concentration in Publishing

The concentration in Publishing brings together the study and real-world practices of traditional, independent and new models of publishing in a rapidly changing industry. The concentration provides training in traditional and alternative methods of publishing, including the various print, electronic, and audio formats, as well as training in editorial, production, and marketing of published materials. Courses include extensive work in designing and producing original and reprint books, formatting for the electronic market, and a wide variety of other publishing business skillsets, including copyright law, and working with authors and agents.

The MA Concentration in Publishing requires the following 30 credits:

CRWR 600Summer Orientation (taken two times with different emphasis each summer)2
CRWR 613Introduction to the Publishing World2
CRWR 614Traditional Publishing I6
CRWR 615Publishing and Marketing a Book2
CRWR 623Independent and New Model Publishing I6
CRWR 624Traditional Publishing II6
CRWR 625Independent and New Model Publishing II6
Total Credits30