Dyson College of Arts and Sciences

2017 MS in Publishing

Dyson College of Arts and Sciences

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The need for innovative professionals is growing. Pace prepares you to succeed in this rapidly evolving industry. The convergence of traditional and digital media has created exciting opportunities for emerging publishing professionals. Pace University's MS in Publishing and our Professional Certificate Programs equip students with the skills necessary to launch and maintain successful careers in the dynamic publishing and interactive media industries. The MS in Publishing immerses you in the critical area of content creation and editing, while also providing a strong foundation in the business of publishing, digital media, and editorial and marketing skills. Our comprehensive curriculum reflects the most current industry innovations such as eBooks, apps, mobile platforms, blogs, and other social media. Advanced seminars tackle key topics such as entrepreneurship in publishing, transmedia, product management and applications, and marketing and the use of social media. n Convenient location—Classes are held at our Midtown Center, located in the historic Fred F. French Building, steps away from all major New York City subway lines and Metro- North Railroad at Grand Central Terminal. n Fast and flexible—Complete your master's within two years in a traditional classroom setting or entirely through online courses. n Work with leaders in the industry—The program's advisory board includes publishers, editors, designers, and executives who ensure the curriculum is relevant to the industry's needs and realities. Students interact and work with some of the largest publishing conglomerates as well as renowned literary agencies and the newest independent imprints. Our alumni have gone on to successful careers at top companies including: Simon & Schuster Condé Nast Random House DC Comics Hachette Book Group St. Martin's Press WebMD

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