Mr. John Paone email@example.com teaches this program.
Students study the basic principles of computer graphics. They then receive instruction in camera work, image assembly, placemaking, and vital multicolor operations. The hands-on study continues with offset presses, progressing to 4-colorwork. The final area of instruction covers the bindery operation. Graduates have the knowledge and ability to undertake printing jobs from design concept to finished product. They can pursue responsible positions as graphic artists, image assemblers, press operators or bindery technicians, or to proceed to study for a degree in communications
Students in the Graphic Arts & Printing program can EARN COLLEGE CREDITS!
Students can earn up to 6 credits in the Graphic Design (curriculum code 1110) degree program at Bucks County Community College. Competencies achieved in the Graphic Arts/Printing program at BCTHS are deemed potentially equivalent to the following Bucks County Community College courses:
VAGD998-Graphic Design and Illustration elective (3 credits)
VAMM100-Digital Imaging (3 credits)
For additional information on the Bucks County Community College agreements, students can meet with their guidance counselor or visit http://www.bucks.edu/academics/pla/agreements.
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