Graphic Communications introduces students to the total printing production process from design and desktop publishing through press work and bindery operations. It prepares students for the broad range of employment opportunities available in the printing industry. A balance of classroom study and practical application assures the development of a solid theoretical background, good production skills and appropriate work attitudes.
Graduates of this program may pursue careers in design and layout, electronic desktop publishing, imaging and camera work, image assembly, proofing and platemaking, litho and duplicator presswork, letterpress operations, screen printing and bindery and finishing work. Each student has the opportunity to focus their studies in prepress or press/bindery career areas. Employment may be found in small printing shops, large printing plants or in the graphic arts departments of companies that publish materials in-house.
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