Graphic Media and Print Management Minor

Build on your current creative, technical, business and management course skills to solve problems, analyze needs, and plan graphic projects.
Degree Type Minor
Careers and Salary Career Outcomes
Delivery On Campus

Minor in Graphic Media and Print Management begins in Fall 2019

The Graphic Media and Print Management Minor builds on your current creative, technical, business and management course skills to solve problems, analyze customer needs, and plan graphic project production. The coursework strengthens workflow developed for media campaign project management needs in avenues of digital and print graphic media applications. Included are the processes, methods, and tools for managing content for various stakeholder groups that have multiple agendas for the graphic content.

Objectives:

  • Plan and manage projects to create, convert and output digital files for a variety of graphic media applications.
  • Utilize graphics software tools and processes for production/development of print and non-print graphics projects.
  • Clearly communicate production specifications when interacting in the role of either the file creator or service provider.
  • Apply appropriate project management strategies to the graphic systems for output, markup, and delivery for graphics media and print projects.
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Minor Requirements

Minors are defined as either “studies in the discipline” or as “teaching.” 
Require Courses

When Choosing a Minor

It is redundant to declare a major and a minor or concentration in the same field, and therefore not permitted. Use the table below to verify whether a particular minor or concentration is not permitted with your major and/or concentration.

Minors Matrix.pdf