Manufacturing & Product Development Pathway

Graphic Arts Technology

The Graphics program is designed to prepare students for free-lance careers
and/or entry-level employment in advertising agencies; printing and publishing firms; television and motion picture studios; advertising departments of large companies; commercial art studios; and desktop publishing, production art, graphics photography, electronic pre-press or offset printing and bindery operations. Students learn to draw, paint, plan, design; to think two and three- dimensionally; and to satisfy art directors and clients.

Career Information

The Bureau of Labor Statistics provides information on what the job is like, training/ education required, projections on the number of jobs that will be available, salaries, related occupations and relevant professional associations. Click on the links below for more information:

Graphic designers

Commercial and industrial designers

Desktop publishers