Bachelor of Editing & Publishing

Graduate Certificate

The Editing and Publishing Graduate Certificate program aims to produce graduates who are equipped to autonomously and creatively apply the learned knowledge and skills to their professional practice. Creativity and initiative are encouraged in engaging with issues that are relevant and meaningful to student’s professional practice and workplace challenges

Duration

1-year Part Time

Campus

Online

Entry

IELTS 6.5 or equivalent

Credit Points

4

What You Study!

Do you have a passion for words? Are you an aspiring author, editor or wanting to start your own publishing imprint? Develop your abilities in structural editing, copyediting, proofreading, digital publishing and professional writing with our editing and publishing degrees. You’ll collaborate with writers and artists, explore the future of the editing and publishing industry, and understand the ins and outs of book production management.

Introduction to Editing and Publishing

Writing for Editors

Editing in Practice

Professional Practice in Editing and Publishing

Why Choose the Graduate Certificate?

You will be immersed in a comprehensive study and engagement with all aspects of editing and publishing. Graduate with the know-how to enter industry by immersing yourself in discipline-based coursework, industry connections and research training. Develop a professional publishing portfolio by working on practiced-based publishing projects and undertaking a digital internship working on exciting book projects with a professional publisher, an established magazine or journal, or work with a literary festival.

Your Career

Graduates will understand how arts processes can be employed to enable others to grow confidence, foster trust, alleviate worry, communicate trauma, celebrate achievements, share knowledge, and feel better.  Employers could include community services (youth, indigenous, aged, refugee, homeless, unemployed), community arts, local government, hospitals/allied health, correctional services, schools, NGOs, and churches.

Career opportunities include:

Program Activities Officer

Youth Arts Worker

Community Officer – Arts, Culture and Experience

Youth Development Coach

Creative Lifestyle Facilitator

Your Career

Graduates will understand how arts processes can be employed to enable others to grow confidence, foster trust, alleviate worry, communicate trauma, celebrate achievements, share knowledge, and feel better.  Employers could include community services (youth, indigenous, aged, refugee, homeless, unemployed), community arts, local government, hospitals/allied health, correctional services, schools, NGOs, and churches.

Career opportunities include:

Program Activities Officer

Youth Arts Worker

Community Officer – Arts, Culture and Experience

Youth Development Coach

Creative Lifestyle Facilitator

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