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Publishing

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Department Publishing
Category Arts
Credential Diploma
Program Type Career Studies
Duration 3 terms
Entry Date September
Primary Contact Darren Bernaerdt 604.323.5432 / dbernaerdt@langara.bc.ca
Overview Program Curriculum Admission Requirements Pacific Rim Magazine Publishing Program FAQ Transferability Testimonials Career Opportunities Information Sessions Student Work

Publishing

Print and Web: design, production, writing, editing

Learn graphic design, make a magazine, create logos, ads and print materials, and develop websites. Complete the diploma program in only 12 months. Enter the publishing industry with a portfolio geared to your areas of interest.

The Publishing diploma program teaches students to use the latest publishing tools and techniques in a collaborative environment that cultivates the professional attitudes and creativity needed to excel in publishing and publishing-related careers. See specific admission requirements.

Students develop the comprehensive knowledge of print and digital publishing needed to excel in their career. They produce high-quality, tangible and marketable products, such as Pacific Rim Magazine. This 64-page, glossy, colour publication is distributed each May in The Globe and Mail.

The program provides intensive, hands-on publishing experience that is nearly impossible to gain on one’s own. Alumni work in many publishing and design fields, including their own businesses. To learn how the publishing industry values the program, read what grads have to say.