This program prepares students for work in scholarly editing for positions in publishing, serious journalism, and librarianship.
Studying journalism opens doors to a range of careers where your creativity, writing, communication and research skills are invaluable
Jobs directly related to your degree include:
Magazine features editor
Web content manager
Jobs where your degree would be useful include:
Public relations officer
Remember that many employers accept applications from graduates with any degree subject, so don't restrict your thinking to the jobs listed here.
The Editorial Institute at Boston University was formed with the conviction that the textually sound, contextually annotated edition is central to the life of many disciplines. Its primary aims are the promotion of critical awareness of editorial issues and practices and the provision of training in editorial methods. The Institute offers advanced degrees (MA and PhD) to students who successfully prepare either editions of important writings, with textual apparatus and annotation, or monographs concerned with editing or textual bibliography. The Institute is also the site for a number of noted editorial projects, including the Wordsworth Circle and editorial projects on T. S. Eliot and Sir James Fitzjames Stephen
Programme Structure Courses include: The Theory and Practice of Literary Editing Textual Scholarship Publishing Procedures Editing Across the Disciplines History of the Book At least one related course in another department at the University At least one directed study A related course or a directed study
Academic Entry Requirement
Transcripts Three recommendations (at least one academic) Personal statement/statement of purpose Official GRE General Test score report Thesis proposal
English Entry Requirement
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