A bachelor’s degree in graphic arts management prepares a graduate for a career as a designer or supervisor. Graphic artists will design or supervise the designs for various products people use in everyday life, including cereal boxes, newspapers and company logos. A degree in printing technology gives the graduate the necessary technical and supervisory preparation. The following occupations represent some career opportunities available to graphics art management and printing technology majors. Some may require additional education. For more information visit the Career Center in Lucina 220.
Advertising Agent Art Buyer Art DirectorComp ArtistCopywriter Designer Engineer EstimatorMagazine Illustrator ManagerPackage Designer Public Relations SpecialistPublisher Set Designer Staff Photographer
Becoming a Graphic Designer (OCC 96.8)Career Opportunities in Computer and Cyberspace (OCC 50.2)Careers in Computer Graphics and Animation (OCC 45.2)Careers in Focus: Computer & Video Game Design (OCC 44)College Majors Handbook (MAJ 6)Occupational Outlook Handbook (JS JO 20)Opportunities in Commercial Art and Graphic Design Careers (OCC 40)Opportunities in Visual Arts Careers (OCC 223)
BSU Dept. of Industry & Technology: http://www.bsu.edu/technology Great Links to Explore (BSU Career Center) America ’s Career InfoNet: http://www.acinet.org/Employment Outlook: http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0854971.htmlIndianaINTERNnet: http://www.indianaintern.net/home.aspInternships.comInternshipsUSA.comVault Career InsiderO*NET: http://online.onetcenter.orgOccupational Outlook Handbook: http://www.bls.gov/oco/Salary Wizard: http://www.salary.comVolunteer Match: http://www.volunteermatch.org
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