Graphic Communications Program Description
Graphic Communications program provides job skills for technician-level
employment within the printing industry and allied graphic arts fields,
as well as a solid technical background for individuals interested in
But it's more than ink on paper! Today, traditional pre-press areas such
as layout and design, typesetting, illustration, photo-conversion, and
image assembly are dominated by modern, fast computers utilizing state-of-the-art
software and digital image output. This blending of digital image manipulation
and practical printing knowledge prepares graduates of the program for
employment at many of the graphic arts companies producing web pages and
multimedia in addition to printed materials.
Graphic Communications Department is also a quality source of retraining for those
currently employed in the trade. Part-time students are welcome to enroll
in any courses for which they have completed prerequisites; full-time
attendance and degree pursuit are not required.