Editing & Publishing Minor

Share the printed word with the world

Editing and Publishing happens everywhere these days, from big publishing houses in New York and Boston to that small business down the street. The Editing and Publishing minor is a flexible interdisciplinary program that helps students in a variety of fields turn their general aptitudes into concrete workplace skills. Customize your curriculum as you round out your skills in media, marketing, writing, graphics and other disciplines, preparing yourself for the kinds of situations and multimodal communications that characterize the modern workplace.

Why study Editing & Publishing at Malone?

  • Communication in today's workplace is multimodal and cuts across academic disciplines. Become adept at merging visual and textual material and purpose-driven workplace writing. 
  • A flexible and wide-ranging menu lets you customize this minor around your own goals and purposes.
  • The program helps bridge the gap between the general aptitudes cultivated in an arts or humanities major and concrete skills needed in the modern workplace. Study what you love, and emerge career ready!
  • A required internship is part of the program, and your coursework will prepare you to excel when you get there.

View Course Curriculum

The editing & publishing minor curriculum consists of a minimum of 18 hours of coursework. Each course (and its description) is listed in the official Academic Catalog

catalog buttonsOnce in the catalog, you can use the buttons (pictured left) located at the upper right of the page to plan your courses, save courses to your own personalized catalog, print them, and more!