Certificate in Publishing
The Certificate in Publishing introduces UNB undergraduate students to the fundamentals of publishing by combining classroom instruction with hands-on experience in the workplace.
The certificate requires 24 credit hours and its curriculum features three components:
- core courses
The core curriculum consists of 3 three-credit-hour courses that focus on the fundamentals of publishing:
- PUB 2103 The Evolving Publishing Environments (3ch)
- PUB 3103 Assessment, Acquisition, & Editing (3ch)
- PUB 3104 Production & Management Fundamentals for Print & Digital Publishing (3ch)
Relevant internships build on the core curriculum. Students will undertake one 6-credit-hour or two 3-credit-hour internship courses that will see students working at journals, institutions or businesses with a significant publishing program.
Students must also choose 9 credit hours of electives, to be determined in consultation with a Certificate in Publishing advisor.
Admissions will be limited to 12 students per year in order to enable placement in the required 6 ch of internships. Applications are available from the co-directors, and students will be chosen on the basis of a statement of interest and GPA.
To learn more about the certificate, students are invited to meet with one of our program advisors:
To make an appointment, contact: Beckey Daniel at email@example.com (506) 453-4978