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Department of Technology


In addition to graphic communications for print, students develop the general skills needed to work for commercial and promotional businesses as Communication Specialists in corporate marketing, project management, publications, print buying, presentations, web presence, and digital imaging.

Graduates of the graphic communications program typically find employment in business or industry in career areas such as entry-level supervision, management, sales, estimating, customer service and publication design positions.

Typical positions include:

  • Prepress production assistant
  • Cost estimator
  • Customer Service
  • Sales
  • Marketing Assistant/Director
  • Manager-Production Operations
  • Graphic Artist/ Graphic Designer
  • Supervisor, Copy Preparation
  • Publication Writer and Editor
  • Estimating Supervisor
  • Photography Coordinator
  • Technical Sales
  • Pressroom Supervisor
  • Bindery Department Manager
  • Marketing/PR for magazines & newspapers