Center for Publishing

Mission Statement

The Center for Publishing prepares students for careers in book publishing and digital/magazine media. With a faculty of industry leaders, global opportunities, and a strong internship program, we offer an innovative, highly relevant curriculum.

Center of Publishing

Studying in the publishing capital of the US, you'll be taught by professors who are top editors; publishers; and directors of digital, marketing, sales and other functions that are critical to the industry. Learning continues outside the classroom through visits to major media companies.

Career Building from Day One

We're here to help you to advance along your publishing pathway through career guidance, job opportunities, and professional development. Internships at magazine and book publishers, and digital agencies are available beginning in your first semester, helping you to gain invaluable experience.

Networking Advantage

Through conversations with your professors and guest speakers, as well as through alumni of our program, you’ll have the chance to connect with experts who open industry doors. Field trips, volunteer opportunities, and conferences and events all serve to extend your network.

Real World Experience

The Center for Publishing emphasizes the importance of real world experience with opportunities to learn, network, and engage with the global publishing landscape in and outside of the classroom.

Global Opportunities

The opportunity to volunteer at global conferences and book fairs is a hallmark of our graduate degree. Supported by program grants, selected students attend events in Beijing, Bologna, Frankfurt, and London, expanding their global publishing knowledge.

Industry Visits & Internships

Taking full advantage of our location in the publishing capital of the world, we take students on visits to book and magazine/digital media companies each semester. Students gain an inside look at the latest business practices.

Building a Publishing Community

Publishing is an industry of close relationships.  We foster our own tight-knit community of students and alumni through the Publishing Student Association and alumni outreach.

Programs

Our immersive publishing programs prepare students for positions in books and magazine publishing, and digital media. With two professional pathways, students may choose between a six-week intensive or a 42-credit graduate program that  offers flexible scheduling.

Program Structure

Hybrid Program
Blended Program
Low Residency Program
Campus Program
Online Program

MS In Publishing

Campus program

The MS in Publishing gives students a real-workplace foundation in book publishing and digital/magazine media. The program helps students develop skills in creating and editing content, marketing, sales, finance and digital. Students may take a flexible full-time (courses four nights a week) or part-time schedule, designed to accommodate work in the industry.

Areas of Study

  • Media ContentDevelopment
  • Media Marketing & Distribution
  • Media Profitability

Summer Publishing Institute (SPI)

SPI is a six-week intensive on books and digital/magazine media that is conducted inNew York City.

DEPARTMENTAL HIGHLIGHTS

June 23, 2020
Week Three at the NYU Summer Publishing Institute: Can’t Believe It’s Over
June 17, 2020
Week Two at NYU's Summer Publishing Institute: Falling in Love
June 16, 2020
Week One at NYU’s Summer Publishing Institute: Start Big
June 16, 2020
How Brands Respond to Change: “Timeless Stories in a Timely Way”
May 12, 2020
WFH: View From an NYU SPS MS in Publishing Grad, Part Three
May 8, 2020
Publishing Outside the Classroom: The NYU SPS Publishing Student Association Looks Back!
June 17, 2020
Week Two at NYU's Summer Publishing Institute: Falling in Love
June 16, 2020
Week One at NYU’s Summer Publishing Institute: Start Big
June 16, 2020
How Brands Respond to Change: “Timeless Stories in a Timely Way”
March 11, 2020
Dutton: Small List with a Huge Audience
February 18, 2020
Celebrate the Win: Genre Writers Let Loose at NYU Media Talk
December 11, 2019
The Story of Wednesday Books: An Imprint Pushing Boundaries
June 17, 2020
Week Two at NYU's Summer Publishing Institute: Falling in Love
June 16, 2020
Week One at NYU’s Summer Publishing Institute: Start Big
June 16, 2020
How Brands Respond to Change: “Timeless Stories in a Timely Way”
February 18, 2020
Celebrate the Win: Genre Writers Let Loose at NYU Media Talk
December 11, 2019
The Story of Wednesday Books: An Imprint Pushing Boundaries
November 26, 2019
Inside the "FIPP Strip:" NYU Students Takeover A World Media Congress
January 17, 2020
Spring 2020 New Faculty: Fun Facts
October 4, 2019
A Taste of Popsugar: "Move Fast... Welcome Change"
August 31, 2019
Fall 2019 New Faculty: Fun Facts
June 17, 2019
Literary Life Online: "A Good Cocktail Party"
January 8, 2019
Spring 2019: Meet the New Faculty
June 23, 2020
Week Three at the NYU Summer Publishing Institute: Can’t Believe It’s Over
June 17, 2020
Week Two at NYU's Summer Publishing Institute: Falling in Love
June 16, 2020
Week One at NYU’s Summer Publishing Institute: Start Big
June 16, 2020
How Brands Respond to Change: “Timeless Stories in a Timely Way”
May 12, 2020
WFH: View From an NYU SPS MS in Publishing Grad, Part Three
May 8, 2020
Publishing Outside the Classroom: The NYU SPS Publishing Student Association Looks Back!
June 17, 2020
Week Two at NYU's Summer Publishing Institute: Falling in Love
June 16, 2020
Week One at NYU’s Summer Publishing Institute: Start Big
June 16, 2020
How Brands Respond to Change: “Timeless Stories in a Timely Way”
March 11, 2020
Dutton: Small List with a Huge Audience
February 18, 2020
Celebrate the Win: Genre Writers Let Loose at NYU Media Talk
December 11, 2019
The Story of Wednesday Books: An Imprint Pushing Boundaries
June 17, 2020
Week Two at NYU's Summer Publishing Institute: Falling in Love
June 16, 2020
Week One at NYU’s Summer Publishing Institute: Start Big
June 16, 2020
How Brands Respond to Change: “Timeless Stories in a Timely Way”
February 18, 2020
Celebrate the Win: Genre Writers Let Loose at NYU Media Talk
December 11, 2019
The Story of Wednesday Books: An Imprint Pushing Boundaries
November 26, 2019
Inside the "FIPP Strip:" NYU Students Takeover A World Media Congress
January 17, 2020
Spring 2020 New Faculty: Fun Facts
October 4, 2019
A Taste of Popsugar: "Move Fast... Welcome Change"
August 31, 2019
Fall 2019 New Faculty: Fun Facts
June 17, 2019
Literary Life Online: "A Good Cocktail Party"
January 8, 2019
Spring 2019: Meet the New Faculty

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Lavinel Savu

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Peter K Borland

Adjunct Instructor

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Jin Y Yu

Adjunct Instructor

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Message from the Director
Andrea Chambers
BS, MS, academic director and clinical assistant professor, MS in Publishing and SPI

With a background in both book publishing and magazine media, I greatly value the importance of content across platform and formats, and encourage our students to be nimble and versatile, thinking broadly and strategically.  It’s so important to understand not only publishing fundamentals, but the latest digital content creation, marketing, and distribution strategies employed by multi-faceted media companies.  Our students learn the many layers of book, magazine/digital media from a faculty of industry leaders. Class assignments are comprised of real-world tasks similar to what students will encounter on the job. The program also offers field visits that provide students with inside looks at publishing and a wealth of networking opportunities. Internships, too, provide increased exposure to the industry. To round out the student experience, we offer volunteer opportunities at global conferences and events. I invite you to join us on this exciting journey into the world of publishing.

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