Graphic Design, Printing and Digital Photography
For complete details about these courses, visit the Corporate and Continuing Education website for Graphic Design, Printing and Digital Photography.
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Course topics include:
Design Your Own Comic Book
Basic Inking of Comic Books
Freelancing for Graphic Designers
Adobe Creative Suite
Adobe Certified Associate (ACA) Exam Prep for Photoshop
Beginner & Intermediate Photoshop
Beginner & Intermediate Illustrator
Beginner & Intermediate InDesign
T-Shirt Design and Printing
Screen Printing Practice Lab
PRX 7122. Offset Concepts. 0.0 Hours. Class-440.0. Clinical-0.0. Lab-0.0. Work-0.0
Our overview class for offset litho is designed for anyone that wants to learn more about the offset printing process. This class features hands on training in offset prepress and printing as well as an overview of the industry as a whole. Our Graphics Arts and Imaging Technology staff will walk you through the offset printing process from concept to actual printed product. We keep the class size small to maximize the hands-on time. If you work in any aspect of printing, this is a good offset overview class.
PRX 7033. Screen Printing Practice Lab. 0.0 Hours. Class-440.0. Clinical-0.0. Lab-0.0. Work-0.0
This course provides an opportunity for individuals to revisit the basics of screen printing within an open lab environment. Course will review concepts from PRX 7032: T-Shirt Design and Printing, then provide time for further practice, experimentation, and advanced color jobs. Procedures for multi-color jobs, complex artwork, and print production are introduced and discussed. This course can be use to practice screen printing procedures on a variety of materials. Limit of ten items per student is allowed.