Graphic Communications Technology graduates become technical creative and management professionals in a variety of markets. The curriculum blends digital media and print media technology with hands-on projects involving the design and production of integrated products that use photography, video, 3D animation, augmented reality, and digital print technology. Graduates develop marketable skills in product management, project management and business.
The Graphic Communications Technology major requires students to complete 78 hours. These hours are divided into four sections: General Education, Graphic Communications Technology Core, Concentration course, and Elective courses. To learn more about each course, the prerequisites and any additional degree requirements, review the Illinois State University Catalog. The following information is for students in the 2020- 2021 catalog.
Students must choose one of the following concentrations.