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Would you like to work making visual things? That's what you'll be doing in the graphic communications technology industry. The industry blends digital media and print media technology to design and produce commercial products such as consumer packaging, digital publications, commercial décor, and personalized advertising. These products increasingly blend photography, video, 3D animation, augmented reality, and digital print technology. Graphic Communications Technology graduates become technical creative and management professionals, in high demand in a variety of markets.

Salary Statistics


Starting salary range for the previous year

Salary data is compiled from alumni surveys and graduate exit surveys. The salary range reported is dependent upon location and does not reflect the entire compensation package offered.

Employment Opportunities

Graduates of the graphic communications technology program are in high demand, with 95% securing employment in the industry within 3 months of graduation.

Job Titles

Most common starting positions include:

  • Production Artist
  • Web Content Manager
  • Project Manager
  • Prepress Technologist
  • Production Associate
  • Client Services Representative
  • Ecommerce Manager

A Few Employers Who Regularly Hire Our Graduates

  • RR Donnelley
  • LSC Communications
  • GFX International
  • BrandMuscle
  • Active
  • Quad Graphics
  • American Graphics Systems
  • HS Crocker
  • Nosco
  • Johnson & Quin
  • OEC Graphics
  • Graphic Display Systems
  • PowderKeg
  • SGS International, Inc.
  • Liberty Creative Solutions
  • Mulligan Printing
  • Platinum Converting
  • Leo Burnett
  • Martin One Source
  • Curtis 1000
  • BFC
  • Quantum Ink