Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Ryerson offers 11 skill-building magazine and web publishing courses starting January

The longstanding Magazine and Web Publishing program at Ryerson's Chang School for Continuing Education is offering 11 professional development opportunities in the winter term, fast approaching. All are taught by people who work in the industry and share their expertise. You can download the poster at right for more detail or go to www.ryerson.ca/ce/magazine. [Disclosure: I am the coordinator for the program and teach two of the courses.] The courses, offered in the evenings and available for the winter term, starting in early January are:
42-hour courses
21-hour courses
Plus a two-day workshop called So You Want to Start a Magazine, taught by D. B. Scott

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Any chance Advanced Feature Writing will ever be offered via correspondence?

2:17 pm  
Blogger Randall said...

I'm interested in exploring the certificate program. A number of volunteer years as an editor and contributer to Wayves magazine has instilled a more than passing interest in the industry. Since I'm not interested in pursuing a journalism degree at my 40-something age this certificate program may be just what I need to crack the world of magazine publishing.

1:21 pm  

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