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Students can enhance their professional credentials with this four- course certificate program that covers all major aspects of book publishing. Topics include production, financial aspects and marketing. Faculties have current or previous professional experience in the industry teach courses. The 12 credits earned upon completion of this certificate program may be applied to the Master’s of Science in Publishing degree. All classes are offered in the evening at Pace’s convenient Midtown location.
For more information, please visit our Web site.
Book Publishing (12 credits)
Midtown Center, New York City
For this certificate students
must complete four of the following
|PUB 601||Principles of Publishing|
|PUB 606||Book Production and Design|
|PUB 608||Financial Aspects of Publishing|
|PUB 622||Seminar on Books and Magazines|
|PUB 628||Marketing Principles and Practices in Publishing|
For more information, contact the Graduate Publishing Program
at (212) 346-1416.
To apply as a graduate student, you may either apply online or download the application for graduate admission specific to your school or college. Follow all steps (materials needed for applications vary throughout each program and course of study) and submit your application to the campus you wish to attend.
Pace admits students of any race, color, and national or ethnic origin.
If you are interested in our graduate certificate programs (post-bachelor or post-master's), you may fill out an online application.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact or visit the Office of Graduate Admission for further information:
New York City
One Pace Plaza
New York, New York 10038
1 Martine Ave.
White Plains, NY 10606
For additional information you can visit the school Web site:
Dyson College of Arts and Sciences
For additional information about Faculty from this program, visit the school faculty site:
Dyson College of Arts and Sciences Faculty
Gainful Employment Disclosure
for students in an approved non-degree certificate program