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Graphics Graduate Programs  

The Master of Science in Technology degree, with an emphasis in Printing Management, offers advanced instruction in technical, managerial, creative and supervisory areas related to the graphics industry. This degree is offered through the Department of Technology and Workforce Learning.

Students may choose one of two options.

  • Option 1 requires 15 credits of core courses, 6 credits of thesis and 9 credits of emphasis/elective courses for a total of 30 credit hours of instruction.
  • Option 2 requires 18 credits of core courses and 15 hours of emphasis/elective courses for a total of 33 credit hours of instruction.

A final degree plan would be developed between the student and his/her advisor.

Admission to the graduate program requires an undergraduate major in printing, graphic arts, graphic design, or another related field with a Grade Point Average of 2.7 or better.

GIT General Info for Students

Graphics and Imaging Technologies

Every student in the Department of Graphics and Imaging Technologies completes a 320 hour, supervised internship.  The internship provides students with invaluable, real work experiences that are difficult, if not impossible, to recreate in the classroom.

Read more about Gamma Epsilon Tau, a national co-ed collegiate graphics arts honors fraternity. Gamma Epsilon Tau

Read more about Graphic Arts Club, include activities such as fund raising/field trip projects, guest speakers presentations, and socializing events.

The degree offered by GIT highlights our strong connections to the graphic communication industry.  Read more...

In addition to University and other scholarships available, each year GIT awards 20 or more departmental scholarships.  To apply for those and to find more information and opportunities contact our main office, 620-235-4419 or email Donna Martin.