This nine-month program is designed to prepare students for employment in print shops, publishing companies, newspapers, or communications departments of large companies. Graduates will learn how to combine graphics and text into eye-appealing pages using computers, scanners and digital cameras. Individuals with a combination of good design sense and computer skills are in great demand for today's job market.
Course Outline
Required Courses
(14 Courses)
Course Title Credits
CART 1100 PC/MAC Computer Applications
CART 1101 Introduction to Computer Graphics
CART 1201 Printing Processes
CART 1501 Layout and Design I
CART 1601 Multimedia Presentations
CART 2502 Layout and Design II
CART 2601 Desktop Publishing I
CART 2602 Desktop Publishing II
CART 2606 Computer Graphics
CART 2701 Writing for Technical Publications
GSCM 1122 Applied Oral and Written Communications 2*
GSMS 1202 Applied Mathematics
GSWS 1401 Employment Preparation
PHOT 1039 Basic Photography
Total Credits: 32  
Total Diploma Credits: 32  

*Credits for this course are variable. See your Advisor about this course.