GAT-131 - Graphic Communications

2 credits

Graphic Communications is comprehensive overview of the printing industry. This course will introduce the students to the world of contemporary printing through a series of lectures. A study of printing history, an examination of how various technologies evolved; and a look at present-day printing processes will provide the student with a foundation for all other courses offered in Graphic Communications Department. Lab portion of graphic communications course will cover the standard graphic software and print media equipment. Students will do variety projects dealing with print media.

Prerequisite(s): MAT-078 

Corequisite(s): GAT-131L 

Previously known as: GRPH-131