Graphic Technologies represents one of the largest professions in the world. The profession embraces change, requiring those pursuing graphic technology careers to learn new and diverse skills. The graphic technologies program appeals to a variety of individuals including students with interest in creativity, technology and management.
Graphic Technologies includes electronic and traditional printing, publishing, packaging, digital imaging, computer graphics, website development, digital photography, printable electronics and related areas.
The discipline includes media and mass communication involving creation, production, management and distribution of advertising, marketing, web-sites, books, magazines, newspapers, catalogs, packages and other media in printed and digital form.
In addition to learning about technology, the Department of Technology's Graphic Technologies program includes the study of management and supervision necessary to properly operate successful business enterprises. All imaging processes and methods are presented through laboratory activities, discussion, observation and formal study.