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Graphic Arts Technology

Ken Dunn, Program Coordinator

Graphic Arts Technology (GART) offers learning opportunities in electronic graphic arts production, prepress, interactive multimedia production and related areas that prepare you for a career in the graphic arts and communications industries.

Earn an Associate of Applied Science degree, as you learn skills for career advancement and personal enrichment. Choose from two distinct concentrations:

The programs are designed so upon graduation, you are prepared to enter the workforce and immediately pursue the career of your choice. Our Graphic Arts graduates historically find employment within one year of successfully completing our program.

Choose from positions in advertising agencies, printing companies, and large corporations with in-house art departments. You can even earn a living as a self-employed free-lance graphic artist.

Information Technology is part of the Arts and Sciences Division. For more information about the concentrations, please contact Ken Dunn, program coordinator, at 901-333-4546.