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Photo by Courtney NovakMedia and Communication ArtsJobs in the communications field are expected to grow by 26 percent over the next few years-Dyson's MA in Media and Communication Arts will prepare you to take advantage of that rapid growth and succeed in the professional world of media. Our unique program gives you the ability to apply new technology in the workplace. This degree offers advanced training in videography, editing, writing across media platforms, public relations, and advertising, and will give students the practical work experience they need to succeed. n  New media and communications labs-The perfect venue to learn script writing, video shooting, editing, audio "sweetening," and production using state-of-the-art equipment and technology.n Practice in the field with leaders in the field-Students in Pace's Media and Communication Arts Program have traveled the world working with professors to produce projects, including documentaries on the American Ambassador to Holland, Fay Hartog Levin, in the Netherlands and aquaculture and shrimp farming sustainability in Belize. They have also worked with public relations firms to create campaigns and media plans for clients including non-profit organizations and start-up ventures.n Courses that adapt and evolve as quickly as the profession-Unique curricula and courses address such hot topics as communicating in cross-cultural business contexts, viral messaging, and public speaking via the Internet."One of the great things about the program is that we're bringing in professionals from the industry-professionals that do what they teach. If it's a PR class, we're bringing in PR professionals who are using cases that they're using every day. So the students are going through exactly what is happening in the business world today." -Maria Luskay, EdD, Professor and Program Chair of the Master of Arts in Media and Communication Arts Program, is an award-winning writer, producer, and director.  She and her students recently won Best Documentary at the 2010 Indie Short Film Festival for their spring class documentary project on "The Life of an American Ambassador."MA in Media and Communication ArtsSee full curriculum on page Dyson College of Arts and Sciences Graduate Programs

PublishingLearn about the exciting field of publishing-right in the heart of it: Midtown Manhattan. Pace's MS in Publishing provides cutting-edge professional study for students seeking careers in book, magazine, and digital publishing. Students are trained in the editorial, production, marketing, acquisitions and subsidiary licensing, and financial aspects of the business by faculty who are leading the way at Time Warner, Random House, McGraw-Hill, and Hearst, among others. n Convenient location-Classes are held in our Midtown Center, located in the historic Fred F. French Building, steps away from all major NYC Subway lines and Metro-North at Grand Central Terminal. n Fast, flexible...and online! The MS in Publishing can be completed entirely through online courses, within three years, in the fully accredited eMSPUB program designed specifically for the new generation of publishing professionals. If you prefer, you can complete your master's in a traditional classroom setting, or choose a bit of both!  n Work with leaders in the industry-The program's advisory board includes active publishers, editors, designers, and executives who ensure the curriculum is relevant to the industry's needs and realities. Students in the program have received first-hand experience at Seventeen Magazine, The New Yorker, Penguin Putnam, and more. Dyson College of Arts and Sciences Graduate Programs 13Michael Healy, Pace's David J. Pecker Distinguished Visiting Professor in Publishing and Executive Director of the Book Rights Registry, has played a crucial role in the seminal events that are shaping the future of digital publishing, such as working with publishers and authors on the Google Book Settlement.MS in Publishing"There are only two ways to learn about the publishing industry. One involves cloning yourself several times and working in each department of a large publishing house. The other way is to attend the MS in Publishing program at Pace. The program is invaluable and should be mandatory for everyone entering into a career in publishing."-Thomas August Di Mascio '00MS PublishingSee full curriculum on page