GRAPHIC ARTS (CIP Code: 10.0399)
The Graphic Arts program is a PrintEd certified program that offers instruction encompassing a broad spectrum of design and print-related occupations. The major areas of study in the graphics arts program include graphic design and layout, Adobe Creative Cloud, typography, offset printing operation, bindery, document management/quick copy center operations, and digital photography.
Graphic Arts is a course designed to give students a solid foundation in graphic design (using the Adobe Creative Suite), digital and offset printing, copy center management, bindery technology, and digital photography. Throughout the multi-year program, students are given the opportunity to learn all aspects of the graphic arts industry through hands-on lessons and assignments. Students will be introduced to the elements of design in creating logos, graphics, and a multitude of other printed materials. Students are free to express their own individual styles and ideas. Students will learn how their design is reproduced and finished using North Montco Technical Career Center (NMTCC)’s state-of-the art printing and bindery equipment. Upon completing the program, students will be prepared to enter the workforce and be college-ready.
Instructor: Ms. Michelle Poorman (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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