M.S. Publication Management
Graduates of Drexel’s M.S. in Publication Management understand current publishing methods, principles and technology and are thus prepared to make informed publishing management decisions.
Students come to the program with varying levels of publishing experience and from diverse undergraduate backgrounds including liberal arts, business administration, journalism, communications, technical writing, and information studies. The program also serves the needs of individuals already employed in the printing or publishing industry who are seeking to update or broaden their knowledge.
The program is offered on both a full-time and part-time basis, with all courses offered on evenings and weekends. The curriculum includes courses taught in at both the College of Arts and Sciences and the LeBow College of Business.
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The M.S. in Publication Management requires 45 credits of coursework, including an independent study or independent project.
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Requirements For Admission
Degree Requirements: M.S. Publication Management
Publication Management Course Descriptions
Prof. Joan Blumberg: Coordinator of the Publication Management Program
Drexel University will waive the $75 application fee if you apply online or submit your application during a campus visit.
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