Student Excellence Exhibition
Celebrating the Spectrum of Graphic Arts Technology
Tuesday, April 17, 2012
5:30pm – 7:30pm
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Students gain in-depth experience working with text and images, page layout, specifying paper and ink selection, process color and pantone spot colors, job estimating and business practices and offset press operation, as well as, binding and finishing choices.
The Digital Prepress Production option includes page composition, electronic illustration, image enhancement, color correction, and web site preparation. Software such as InDesign, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop and Acrobat are used to create and utilize color-corrected images for page layout in the printing and publishing industry, as well as repurposing images and text for the World Wide Web.
Both options offer students a diversity of job opportunities such as print production artist, production management, printing estimator, customer service, sales representative, print/press specialist.
Students wishing to transfer to a four year institution should enroll in the degree program. Those individuals with previous degrees or graphic arts work experience may wish to update their skill set by enrolling in the certificate program.
Current Student Links to Degree and Certificate Options
Note as of January 2012 the Graphic Arts Technology department is in the process of modifying their curriculum. For updated curriculum advising information contact
Shaun Dudek, Coordinator
GRAPH 1101 Printing Methods and Processes
GRAPH 1102 Introduction to Graphic Publishing Applications
GRAPH 1103 Print Production I
GRAPH 1104 Binding and Finishing General Education Course