Blood Orange Review interns and editors discussing submissions in the Bundy Reading Room
The Editing and Publishing Certificate (EPC) is a customizable, career-oriented curriculum that allows students already attracted to the field of editing and publishing to learn fundamental editorial tools in an interdisciplinary context. Students will complete three core courses as well as electives and internships in one of three thematic tracks: literary, digital, or popular/scholarly editing and publishing. By diversifying our approach to meet the needs of students across the College of Arts & Sciences, our certificate offers a uniquely integrative option for enhancing professional skills and preparing students for a variety of career opportunities.
A total of 15 credit hours is required to earn the certificate. There are no prerequisites for enrolling in the EPC. Students must complete courses from the following list:
Core Curriculum [9 credit hours]: DTC 201, ENGL 357, ENGL 405
Electives [3 credit hours]:
Note: Visiting Writers Series workshops may also be used as an elective for the Literary track.
Internships [3 credit hours]: 498
Selected Internship Venues:
For more information, contact Lauren W. Westerfield: firstname.lastname@example.org