This model is for students who want to focus on editing magazines, from small newsletters to consumer magazines. The model is designed to provide the skills, theoretical framework and decision-making/management techniques important to a successful editor. The model provides the necessary insights into writing and design but focuses on both micro and macro issues of editing contemporary magazines. Students have the opportunity for hands-on work at a variety of magazines, including Vox, a weekly city magazine, and the Global Journalist.
One of the following four courses:
Note: The university requires at least half of a graduate student’s coursework to be in 8000-level (or greater) courses. 4000-level (and below) courses do not carry graduate credit. Some courses will not be offered every semester. Plan accordingly by checking with your graduate adviser and the registrar’s schedule of courses for current course availability.