Graphic Arts, Art, Journalism and Business department courses comprise the primary work in Graphic Arts/Computer Graphics Program. Students assist with the campus newspaper, magazine, radio station, TV studio, and computer graphics lab production. Students became familiar with other majors in the Communication Arts area: Radio/TV Broadcasting, Journalism, and Typesetting/Production. For those already employed in the graphics world, the program offers an opportunity for updating career information and skills. The Graphics courses include: typography, design, digital photo manipulation, printing, and computer graphics. Emphasis will be on portfolio development and problem solving skills.
The Graphic Arts/Computer Graphics curriculum provides students with creative design concepts and preparation for many career opportunities. Some specific occupations graduates might apply for are: Graphic Arts Technician, Graphic Designer, Art Director, Illustrator, and Graphic Supplier. There are opportunities in Publications, Advertising, and Marketing. Graphic Arts are an excellent career for those who want practical application for fine art skills and for those who want to start their own business.