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Graphics Technologies at UCM Testimonial
Graphics Technologies at UCM Testimonial
Graphics Technologies at UCM Testimonial
Graphics Technologies at UCM Testimonial




Graphic Technologies

Graduates from the Graphic Technologies program have a consistently high placement rate in regional and national companies in the dynamic field of graphic communications. Also known as graphic arts, our industry is the third largest in the U.S. and is constantly evolving due to exciting technological advances.

The Graphic Technologies program allows you to develop both your creative and technical skills. Hands-on coursework includes instruction and practice in graphic design, digital and traditional printing processes, publishing, packaging, computer graphics, website development, digital photography, and other related areas.

Graphic Technologies students become well qualified to obtain entry-level management employment in a wide variety of graphic communications companies. A required industry internship and the opportunity to work in the Center for Print Production help make our graduates well prepared to manage the people, products, and processes involved in the creation and production of graphic media. The program appeals to students interested in:

  • Creativity and Design
  • Page and Product Layout
  • Adobe Creative Suite
  • Digital Photography
  • Printing Technologies
  • Web Media

The Graphic Technologies program allows flexibility for students to customize coursework to fit their individual interests and career goals by allowing the selection of one of five different 21 credit-hour options.

  • Graphic Design Technology
  • Digital Photography
  • Print Media Technology Management
  • Web Media Technology
  • Packaging Technology

Graphic Technologies program outcomes may be found here.

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