Electronic publishing--which encompasses computer-based document layout, composition, typesetting, illustration, scanning, image modification, reproduction, and distribution--has revolutionized print communications. There will be major growth in this field in the future. Employment opportunities will be with commercial printers, corporate electronic publishers, small printers, service bureaus, quick printers, direct mail companies, magazine publishers, advertising, typographers and compositors, freelance publications, newspaper publishers, inplant printers, and other still growing applications.
The 23 units of Program Requirements are the same for Graphic Communications Emphasis in Electronic Publishing, Graphic Communications Emphasis in Management, and Graphic Communications Emphasis in Production. Students may complete one or more of these programs by completing the Program Requirements, Emphasis Requirements and Electives listed for each program.