• Be Outgoing.

    Nicole Gravlin, '13Publishing Student
    Posted April 5, 2013

    From the first email I sent asking about the Publishing program at Rosemont, everyone I've met has gone above and beyond to help me reach my goals. I have been able to learn so much more about publishing than I ever imagined or thought I'd be able to understand.

  • Be Open to Change.

    Ian Shumard, '13Publishing Student
    Posted April 5, 2013

    I began my search for a graduate program that would enable me to refresh my graphic design skills but that would also introduce me to new concepts and current technological trends. The Publishing program is a perfect fit because it offered a combination of knowledge and innovation which in turn has enabled me to start a new career in digital marketing.

  • Be Fearless.

    Laura Crockett, '14Publishing Student
    Posted April 5, 2013

    What I love most about Rosemont's publishing program is the well-rounded education we receive on the industry. Not only do we learn about the digital publishing changes, but we also learn the bare bones of traditional publishing. With all of the tracks -- editorial, magazine, marketing, children and YA, design -- I have plenty of options to choose from.

Master of Arts in Publishing

Top 5 Reasons

to obtain a Publishing degree

  • 1

    Program Always Evolving

    The program changes as the publishing industry continues to change at a rapid pace.

  • 2

    On and Off-Campus Networking Events

    Events include the annual book festival, Stroll Through the Arts, Alumni Speakers and more.

  • 3

    Small Classes

    Small classes allow for in-depth discussions on all things related to publishing.

  • 4

    Job Placement

    Many students obtain paid industry positions while enrolled due to program connections

  • 5

    Distinguished Faculty

Types of Careers

a Publishing degree offers

  • 1

    Editorial & Marketing Assistants

  • 2

    Developmental & Acquisitions Editor

  • 3

    Managing Editor

  • 4

    Marketing Director

  • 5

    Writers & Teachers

Past Internships

that relate to publishing

  • 1

    Quirk Books

  • 2

    Running Press

  • 3

    Wolters Kluwer/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

  • 4

    Philadelphia Stories

  • 5

    Main Line Times Magazine