1,216 hours, 45 credits; 3 terms, 12 months
Maximum class size: 15
The Printing Technology diploma program provides instruction in basic entry-level skills in operating duplicators, platemakers, paper cutters, collators and binders. Printing Technology is a Program of Study participant.
General Entrance Requirements
Students should be able to follow written and oral instructions, have a working knowledge of basic math skills, follow safety procedures, work as a member of a team and translate rough copy to print. It is also recommended that students be able to stand, walk, lift and bend for extended periods of time.
Instructional equipment includes, but is not limited to, duplicating presses, digital duplicator, large format printer, sublimation printing, mug presses, clam shell presses, laminator, cameras, binding equipment, digital substrate cutter, scanner, and computer design software.
Graduates will be qualified for entry-level employment in an array of printing shops including industries that have their own printing departments such as hospitals, colleges, banks and state and federal agencies.