Graphic Imaging

Learn the technology for creating and producing permanent images on any material.

Let’s go to press! In Graphic Imaging, you’ll learn how to reproduce text, art and photo images through computer imaging, digital and conventional offset printing processes. You’ll be instructed in digital, offset and screen printing to print everything from books and magazines to posters and t-shirts. Learn the business of printing, graphics and imaging and prepare for one of the many exciting careers in this field. This program has achieved national PrintED accreditation from the Graphic Arts Education & Research Foundation.

Other programs in Arts & Communications career field:


Students have the opportunity to acquire the following certifications:

  • Print Ed

Student Organization

What skills will I learn?

  • Page assembly
  • Pagination
  • Image assembly
  • Direct to plate production
  • Offset printing presswork
  • Digital printing
  • Variable data printing
  • Bindery
  • Wide format production
  • Screen printing
  • Customer service

What types of equipment are used:

  • Computers with graphics software
  • Scanners
  • Direct to plate imaging systems
  • Offset printing presses
  • Digital production press
  • Folder
  • Paper cutter
  • Paper drill
  • Saddle stitcher
  • Multiple color screen printing press
Where do you want to go?

Prepress Operator, Platemaker, Imaging Technician, Offset Press Operator, Digital Print Technician, Bindery Operator, Screen Printer, Quality Control, Customer Service Representative, Sales, Industry Supplier, Consultant

Arts and Communications Career Field


Year 1

4.0 elective

Year 2

3.0 elective; 1.0 English 12 (required)



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