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Graphic Communication Processes 3
In this lab-based course, students will explore halftone and four-colour printing by producing traditional printed and digital outputs such as tablet and online media. Through project-based learning, students will use graphic communications concepts to carry out a communication campaign. Students will develop graphic communication products with consideration of client and end-user requirements, with the expectation that they will demonstrate an appropriate intermediate level of technical expertise. Technologies used include offset, flexographic and digital presses. Finishing technologies including mechanical binding and laminating are used. Students will use printing press simulators and presses to identify and correct press problems.
Weekly Contact: Lab: 3 hrs.
GPA Weight: 1.00
Course Count: 1.00
Billing Units: 1
Mentioned in the Following Calendar Pages
*List may not include courses that are on a common table shared between programs.
- GCM 320 - Digital Printing Technologies
- GCM 350 - Estimating for Graphic Communications
- GCM 362 - Web and Cross Media
- GCM 420 - Advanced Print Production Processes
- GCM 800 - Tags, Labels and Bags: Flexo Processes
- GCM 804 - Non-traditional Printing Applications
- GCM 808 - Outside the box: Package Prototyping
- GCM 818 - Press Troubleshooting Simulation
- Graphic Communications Management
- WKT 608 - GCM Internship