Master of Science in Publishing
You can put the Power of Pace to work for you through the Master of Science in Publishing, a program especially designed to equip you with comprehensive hands-on training in every important area of publishing, including marketing strategies, book and magazine production and design, digital publishing, financial applications, and information systems.

Pace University's M.S. in Publishing Program has gained the trust and respect of the publishing industry for one simple reason: we prepare tomorrow's publishing leaders with the experiences and expertise for today's top professionals.

The program's Advisory Board is comprised of accomplished authors, editors, and senior executives from such publishers as Conde Nast, HarperCollins Publishers, Hearst, AMI, Simon & Schuster, and John Wiley & Sons. They take an active role in keeping our curriculum current with the needs of today's industry and provide networking opportunities for our students.

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Submissions from 2009

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After the Boom: Why the Comics Industry May Need to Adapt to its Recent Growth, Joseph Hochstein

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Bridal Website/Blogs vs Print Magazines, Courtney Muir

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Corporate Influence: How the Media Merger Trend Changed the Book Publishing Industry and the Distribution of Information, Michelle Kratz

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Diversifying Book Production for the Long Tail Age, John McWilliams

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From Trees to Glossies, Heather Rodenbach

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In Defense of Romantic Fiction, Ann Margolis

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Magazine Advertising Sales, Bridget Hill

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Picture Books on Controversial Issues: The Opportunity to Guide the Children's Book Publishing Industry Forward, Jennifer Hope Lipman

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Staying Alive: The challenges Facing University Presses in the Dawn of the Digital Age, Whitney Simmons

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Technology: Friend or Foe to the Publishing Industry, Kendra Mae Leal

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The Modern Literary Agency, Emilie Jackson

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The Proposed Google Book Settlement: The Why and How, Tara Hart

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The Recession and Its Effect on the Romance Genre, Jessica DiVisconte

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The Way a Literary Agency Deals With Foreign Rights, Justine Tedjasukmana

Submissions from 2008

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E-Zine Does It, Toni Kervina

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Selling to the Experts: Marketing Professional and Scholarly Books, Annrei M. Athy

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Technology and Media in Publishing, Daniel Molina