Students in the Printing/Graphic Communications program study the various methods of reproducing images by printing, duplicating, screen-printing, and photography. Hands-on instruction includes computer copy preparation encompassing the use of desktop publishing software, scanners and laser printers, laser film imaging, paste-up, process camera operations, stripping, plate making, bindery, and the operation of various one, two, and four color offset presses, and process color production. The class places a heavy emphasis on the offset printing process. Advanced topics include desktop publishing.

(Printing/Graphic Communications is held at the GI-TEC Mt. Pleasant Campus).

Andrea Langley

Andrea Langley

Graphics/Printing Instructor

(989) 775-2210 x 20701

Entry Level Careers

(with program completion)
  • Blogger/Vlogger
  • Creative Assistant
  • Customer Service Rep
  • Digital Photographer
  • Freelance Artist
  • Graphic Designer/Junior Graphic Designer
  • Sign Maker
  • Screen Printer
  • Newspaper Layout Specialist
  • Digital Print Technician
  • Photography Assistant 
  • Press Operator Assistant