• Printing/Graphics
     
    Students in the Printing/Graphic Communications program study the various methods of reproducing images by printing, duplicating, screen-printing, and photography. Hands-on instruction includes computer copy preparation encompassing the use of desktop publishing software, scanners and laser printers, laser film imaging, paste-up, process camera operations, stripping, plate making, bindery, and the operation of various one, two, and four color offset presses, and process color production. The class places a heavy emphasis on the offset printing process. Advanced topics include desktop publishing.
     


    Explore Future Career Opportunities:


    • Bindery Assistant
    • Darkroom Assistant
    • Design Assistant
    • Image Assembly
    • Press Trainee
    • Photography Assistant
    • Production Assistant
    • Advertising Artist
    • Freelance Illustrator
    • Graphic Artist
    • Intern Designer
    • Printing Equipment/Supply Rep.

     

     
     
     
     
     

     

     

     

     

    • Production Manager
    • Jr. Bindery Operator
    • Jr. Press Operator
    • Layout Artist - Production Manager
    • Technical Illustrator
    • Bindery Operator
    • Business Owner
    • Creative Director
    • Editor
    • Paper Sales Representative
    • Press Operator (multi-color) Pre-Press Mgr.
    • Senior Designer

     

     
     

     

     

     

     

     

     
     
Karen Lee
Last Modified on September 20, 2017