The Canadian Centre for Studies in Publishing
The Canadian Centre for Studies in Publishing of SFU is a teaching, research and innovation centre. It is home to the Master of Publishing and undergraduate minor programs, Summer Publishing Workshops, the CCSP Press and ongoing research initiatives.
Master of Publishing
The Master of Publishing (MPub) is Canada’s premier training ground for publishing professionals. The 16-month program challenges students with dynamic courses, applied projects, and a research-oriented internship. The highly qualified faculty complements a host of industry guests. Visit the Canadian Centre for Studies in Publishing website for admission requirements and more information.
The CCSP provides an undergraduate-level minor in publishing, offered through the School of Communications at SFU.
Summer Publishing Workshops
The SFU Summer Publishing Workshops offer you a chance to learn from and work with more than 100 of Canada's top editors, writers, marketers, designers, publishers, and new media moguls.
The MPub/CCSP carries on a distinguished applied and basic research program on various elements of publishing.
The Publishing diploma program teaches students to use the latest publishing tools and techniques in a collaborative environment that cultivates the professional attitudes and creativity needed to excel in a publishing career. 12 months.
Book + Magazine Publishing, Post-Graduate Degree
Established in 1974, this award-winning and unique program has earned several accolades for academic excellence and for the career success of its graduates. A career in book and magazine publishing promises a world of innovation, stories and culture, integrating your creative, marketing and business skills.
Master of Journalism
The program's Normal Stream lasts for two years, providing rigorous and intensive preparation for professional work in newspapers, broadcasting, magazines, or online journalism.
Bachelor of Journalism
Students are introduced to journalism as practiced across all forms of media within the first two years, after which they may choose courses to concentrate in a specific medium (online, newspaper, magazine or broadcast) or gain expertise in a cross-media skill such as editing, or in a specific beat in journalism (including sports, business or international reporting). A 4-year undergraduate program.
Magazines West is Western Canada’s premier event for established and emerging magazine industry professionals. Two days of motivational and meaningful professional development seminars, panel discussions and networking opportunities lead up to the Western Magazine Awards Foundation’s Gala Dinner and Awards. Magazines West is brought to you by two like-minded organizations: the Magazine Association of BC (MABC) and the Western Magazine Awards Foundation (WMAF).
Check out the events calendar on the MABC website for upcoming events.