Our Editorial Skills Program helps you build the foundation you need to edit text for English language media. Get a practical introduction to the essential skills required in the key areas of editing, and study all stages of the process: structural and stylistic editing, copyediting, proofreading, and production editing. A 45-hour editorial work placement gives you the opportunity to enhance your skills in a workplace setting.
Career options typically involve a wide range of industries, including both traditional publishing (newspapers, magazines, books, corporate newsletters, online publications) and less traditional fields.
Once you have completed all the requirements of this program, you can request to receive a certificate using the department contact information on this web page.
Core Courses (Seven)
This is the recommended completion order:
- LIBA 9309 Grammar for Editors and Writers Online
- LIBA 9361 Structural and Stylistic Editing Online
- LIBA 9294 Copyediting Online
- LIBA 9332 Proofreading Online
- LIBA 9102 Production Editing Online
- LIBA 9362 Editing Today: Beyond Traditional Publishing Online
- LIBA 9110 Editorial Work Placement Online
Elective Courses (Choose One)
For more information, attend an Editorial Skills information session.
- Contact Information
- Liberal Studies Department
- Office Location(s):
- St. James Campus, 193 King St. E., Building G (SJG), third floor