The Graphic Communications and Printing Technology program provides a comprehensive understanding of the printing process and related fields. The student receives training in all major areas, with preparation to enter any one of several printing fields, depending on interest and ability. Graduates with technical and mechanical interests find employment in desktop publishing, prepress, presswork, and bindery operations.
Skills in computer operations, electronics, photography, chemistry, and physics will also be useful in these areas. Graduates with good English and math skills will find employment in proofreading, estimating, production planning and sales. Those students with artistic talent may enter layout and design, advertisingor commercial art.