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This program covers the complete printing process, starting with basic layout and design and an introduction to printing and ending with advanced courses in all of the various areas of printing. Specific areas covered include computer design, electronic pre-press, plate making, presswork, binding and finishing, digital photography and video, estimating and customer service. The program focuses on providing hands-on training on typical software programs, printing presses and bindery equipment.
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Graphic Communication Technologies Programs
Over one million skilled professionals are employed nationwide in producing printed materials such as brochures, books, magazines, catalogs, games, business forms, billboards, and all types of packages. The Graphic Communication Technologies program is geared toward preparing students for a wide range of employment in the printing industry. It provides a basic and well-rounded foundation of knowledge and skills that will prepare students for their first job or will help students continue career advancement.
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