The Graphic Communications curriculum prepares students for careers in digital media development, traditional and digital printing, publishing, packaging, and management.
Graphic Communications is a management-oriented technical curriculum related to digital media development, traditional and digital printing, publishing, packaging, website preparation and management, and Internet publishing.
The graphic communications industry is one of the 10 largest industries in the United States. It includes more than 50,000 individual graphic arts facilities distributed throughout all 50 states. Close to one million people are employed in this industry, and the Chicago area is one of the most dynamic graphics centers in the country, employing thousands of graphic communications workers.
Graphic Communications students work with the latest media production software and equipment, from the Adobe Creative Suite to cutting-edge digital presses, right on campus.
You'll learn how to produce graphic media in all its forms—everything from eye-catching packaging and print publications to websites and other interactive technology.
Our students become well-rounded graphic communications professionals, then choose from one of two concentrations:
Our graduates go on to become: