Publishing Intensive (CDPB 999)
CDPB 999 Publishing Intensive gives 24 students a quick-start toward completion of the Certificate in Publishing. Over three months (12 weeks) of intensive full-time study, participants will complete six of the eight courses required to earn the certificate.
Who should register in the Publishing Intensive?
- university graduates and career-changers looking to enter the publishing industry with a set of hands-on, practical skills
- six Publishing certificate courses
- lab and classroom access, as well as access to other services
- ongoing instructor and academic coordinator support and counselling
- access to internships, job opportunities, and program awards
Courses covered in the Publishing Intensive
CDPB 999 Publishing Intensive includes the following courses:
CDPB 100 Publishing Overview: Trade
CDPB 102 Copy Editing for Books, Journals, and Reports
CDPB 103 Production for Books, Journals, and Reports
CDPB 110 Publicity for Book Publishers
CDPB 200 Publishing Overview: Education
CDPB 212 Visual Skills for Publishing
To complete the requirements for the Certificate in Publishing, students may take the two remaining credits in subsequent terms.
Electives available to Publishing Intensive students, Fall 2017–Spring 2018
Publishing Intensive students may choose to complete their certificates with two full credits or one full and two half-credits in later terms (costs not included in the Intensive fee), either on campus in our regular evening courses or via distance education.
CDPB 101 The Business of Book Publishing
CDPB 104 Introduction to Book Design
CDPB 105 Sales and Marketing for Book Publishers
CDPB 201 Literary Rights Management
CDPB 202 Substantive and Stylistic Editing
CDPB 312 Practical Grammar and Punctuation
CDPB 803 Digital Publishing and Production
CDPB 300 Children’s Classics in the 21st Century
CDPB 301 Publishing for Children
CDPB 302 Government Reports
CDPB 304 Scholarly and Reference Publishing
CDPB 306 Trade Books: Fiction
CDPB 309 Editing Books for Children and Teens
CDPB 310 Proofreading for Books, Journals, and Reports
CDPB 311 Indexing for Books, Journals, and Reports
CDPB 313 Marketing Books for Children and Teens
Lectures and coursework are scheduled for four to four and a half days a week over three months (12 weeks); the fifth day is a self-study/group work day with access to instructor support. Field trips may also be included. Most classes will be held on campus, but some segments of some courses may be completed via distance education, enabling you to be taught by our experienced – but busy – instructors, who bring you current knowledge from their current jobs.
May 1–July 29, 2017
9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
Note: Canada Revenue Agency has implemented the Lifelong Learning Plan (LLP) that allows students to withdraw amounts from RRSPs to finance training or education. If you meet the conditions outlined by the LLP, this may help you cover your tuition fees for the Publishing Intensive program. View the Canada Revenue Agency’s website for more information on the Lifelong Learning Plan (LLP) and to see if you meet the requirements of the plan.
Priority enrolment in CDPB 999 for certificate students begins on February 13, 2017.
Regular enrolment begins on February 27, 2017.
Note: To gain access to priority enrolment, students should register in the certificate program in advance of the priority enrolment period. Class size is strictly limited, so early enrolment is strongly encouraged.
The following links will assist you in planning your spring/summer studies at The Chang School:
- Information for New Students
- Information for International Students
- On-campus summer accommodations at Ryerson University
Have a question?
Ask the academic coordinators.