This is an unofficial description for this program. For official information check the Academic Catalog.
The Graphics Technology program covers digital graphics, print media, digital media workflow processes from design (pre-press) to production, including computer networking and information technology infrastructure which is becoming very important. Additionally, the degree focuses on the workflow core and workflow automation options for multiple forms of digital media production processes. Digital pre-media, digital printing, color reproduction, digital photography, graphic management information systems, press and post-press operations, as well as science and analytical mathematics, supplemental computer related courses, business and management courses, round out the curriculum. All of the courses allow digital media content to be created and shared via computer-based publications, printed materials, interactive formats, as well as emerging digital print/package media technologies.
General Education (44)
Study Area I -Arts and Humanities
Study Area II - Social Sciences
Study Area III - Behavioral Sciences
Study Area IV - Natural Scientific
Skill Area I - Communication Skills
Skill Area II - Mathematical
Skill Area III - Foreign Language
See University Catalog
Skill Area IV - Univ. Requirements
Major Requirements (52)
Student must complete 1 technical track of the 2 tracks = 15 credits
Networking Information Technology Track (15 credits)
Interactive Computer Graphics Technology Track (15 credits)
Total Credit Hours: 120
Electives to 9 credit hours to meet 120 credits for the program.