Instructor: Tim O'Leary Paraprofessional: Denise Tapio
Graphic Communications I
The Graphic Communications program at the Technical Education Center will prepare students for post-secondary college programs or entry into the work force in the production printing industry. This is an excellent course for male or female students interested in computers, computer graphics, advertising, newspaper work, commercial art, photography, digital photography, telefinder communications, business and communication skills and commercial production printing. Students will be exposed to and learn foundational skills relative to computer layout and design, press operation, bindery work and customer service. With the advanced software provided in this program, students will be encouraged to use their creative skills in laying out and designing newspapers, magazines, brochures, greeting cards, pamphlets, etc. Students will also learn to use a variety of program related equipment and processes germane to the design and print industry.
Graphic Communications II
Prerequisite: Graphic Communications I
This course is designed for students who have completed the first year of Graphic Communications. Students enrolling in this course will receive advanced training by completing projects utilizing Computer Graphics, Digital Photography and advanced production printing techniques.
Earn up to 3 credits at Ferris State University