Publishing Masters Programs Move Out of the Classroom
Internships and Digital Experience
By Clare Swanson |
Dec 13, 2013
Graduate school or the real world? The relative merits of each path are often debated, especially in the realm of professional and technical programs, and the decision is one faced by many undergraduates with dreams of a career in publishing and those just entering the industry’s workforce. As a response, publishing institutes are more and more blurring the line between professional and academic experiences.
Interviews with representatives at many of the major universities that offer a masters in publishing found that they are devoting increasing amounts of time and resources to pulling students out of the classroom and bringing a real-world view to the curriculum.
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