Editing & Publishing Minor | Academic Advising Handbook

Students interested in the Editing and Publishing Minor should contact Prof. Kathlene Postma in the department of English. We strongly encourage students to do this no later than the spring of their sophomore year.

More general information on other academic requirements can be found on the Academic Advising Handbook page. The Editing and Publishing section of the Academic Advising Handbook (pdf) and the Course Catalog (pdf) are available for download.

Requirements for the Minor

All of the following courses:  
ENGW 203 Professional Writing and Editing 
(If the student has already taken ENGW 201, we can let that course replace ENGW 203. We do encourage all students working on the minor to take 203 if possible.)
4
MEDA 122 Introduction into Digital Media 2
MEDA 363 Publication, Editing, and Design (This course is no longer offered. Students may take MEDA 304 Communication Design II as a replacement) 4
ENGW 475 Internship
(Students can intern on campus or in the community, including Portland. Students can see Prof. Kathlene Postma, Prof. Keya Mitra, Prof. Darlene Pagan, or Prof. Elizabeth Tavares to assist in internship paperwork.)
2
One or more of the following courses:

MEDA 364 Journal Editing & Publishing

ENGW 203 Writing: Book Editing and Design

ENGW 466 Literary Magazine Production

2-4 credits
Two or more of the following courses:**

ARTST 239 The Artist Book I (students may take ARTST 121 as a replacement)

ARTST 339 The Artist Book II

BA 309 Marketing

BA 410 Marketing Research

BA 440 Advertising and Promotion

ENGW 303 Writing: Book Editing and Design II

ENGL 431 Major Authors in Literature & Publishing: Special Topics

ENGW 466 Literary Magazine Production
(May be repeated for credit)

MEDA 150 Pacific Index
(May be repeated for credit)

MEDA 265 Web Design
(Offered alternate years)

MEDA 364 Journal Editing & Publishing
(This course is offered only during Winter)

MEDA 450 Pacific Index - Management
(Instructor permission required to enroll. May be repeated for credit)

4

4

4

4

4

4

4

2
 

1
 

4
 

2
 

2

Total 22

**check prerequisites

Some of the courses listed for the minor count in more than one category because they can be taken more than once. If student is unsure how to make that work, student can contact Prof. Kathlene Postma (Duniway House or by email).

Rev 2018