Graphic Communications

Course Description

In this program, students will design custom creations for a variety of items including t-shirts, mugs, and signs. Students will work with special machinery to do screen-printing, dye sublimation and laser etching. Students will also learn the basics of design and color theory and advertising design while working as a team to produce computer generated artwork for real-world customers. 

Check out the creativity involved in Graphic Communications

Colleges for Articulation:

Ferris State University and Davenport University

Potential Careers

  • Graphic Designer
  • Advertising Associate
  • Printing Production Specialist
  • Graphic Media Management
  • Electronic & Digital Prepress Technician 

Course Considerations

  • Basic Math
  • Basic Writing
  • Interpersonal Communication
  • Good motor skills
  • Time management skills
  • Ability to handle change, as the projects are always being revised
  • Willingness to learn new technology and software