Graphic Arts Technology, Associate in Applied Science Degree
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Our Graphic Arts Technology program is entirely online beginning with the Fall 2021 term. That means you can take the program from anywhere!
The Graphic Arts Technology Program provides training for students with an interest in the field of Graphic Arts. Our two-year program has a proven track record in providing students the advanced, real-world skills needed to be successful.
Our classes and curriculum provide the core skills necessary for employment in the Graphic Arts Industry. Throughout the program, a strong emphasis is placed upon detail-oriented, on-time work.
The curriculum is flexible enough so students can further develop their skills in specific areas by choosing technical electives while in the program. These electives allow students to gain advanced or varied skills in website development, graphic design, prepress, press, photography, Photoshop and/or 3D modeling and animation.
Finally, students entering their fourth semester register for a cooperative work experience that offers them an opportunity to demonstrate their skills and get real world experience.
Award Options for Graphic Arts Technology
Career Options for Graphic Arts Technology
Jobs are available in advertising agencies, commercial printing companies, quick-print shops, publishing companies, newspapers, sign companies, companies with in-house graphics departments, etc. These jobs include:
- Desktop Publisher/Graphic
- Web Designer
- Game Designer
- Information Designer
- Specialist Photographer
- On-Demand Printing
- Sales Representative
- Customer Service Representative
Locations: Clinton Community College
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- Clinton Community College, 563-244-7000
- Muscatine Community College, 563-288-6000
- Scott Community College, 563-441-4000
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