Nov 30, 2022
WRTG 427 - Editing and Publishing
An intensive course in professional writing, editing, and publishing. Students study principles of style, editorial markup, digital markup, format, graphics layout, and publication management. Students also practice responding to writers in complex rhetorical situations using various media. Projects range from client consulting to other internal and external publications.
Credit 3 hrs May not be repeated for additional credit
Grade Mode Normal (A-F) Course Rotation
Prerequisites - WRTG 121 , (ACT English Exam sub-score > 29), or (SAT Evidence-Based Reading and Writing exam sub-score > 670)
Other Restrictions -
Restriction by Major -
Restriction by Class - Undergraduate standing or above
Additional Information - Students are recommended to have taken 1) any 100-400 level courses in the Department of English Language and Literature; or 2) any 200-400 in the School of Communication, Media and Theatre Arts; or 3) any writing-intensive course in any major. If you do not have any of these, please email the instructor to determine whether this course will work for you.
Often cross-Listed with: WRTG 522
Equivalent Courses: WRTG 522, ENGL 427
Updates: Change to prerequisites 4/2019 effective Fall 2019; Change to title and description 10/2018; effective Fall 2019; change to description 10/2017, effective Winter 2018; Graduate Credit rescinded and equivalent course added 7/2014, effective Winter 2015; Change to prefix 10/2013, effective Summer 2014; Graduate Credit added 7/2011
Winter 2023 Course Sections
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