University Printing Programs -- The Next Impression
The AACSB-accredited Executive MBA program is a part of the Silberman College of Business and is home to nearly 2,000 graduates.
Two other renowned universities also offer important programs for the industry. New York University, located in New York City, offers a B.S. in Communication Studies, in the Department of Culture and Communications as a part of the prestigious Steinhardt School of Education. The program has a focus on exploration of the social and cultural impact of communications and offers a concentration in Graphic Communications.
The concentration teaches ideals of commercial printing, advertising, marketing, the allied industries, management techniques and computer technologies. The school also offers a Masters in Graphic Communications Management and Technology program, which reflects the latest advances in both theory and technology, along with how these changes influence communication in society.
There are certainly many more graphic communications programs around the country, all of which are offering students a bright career in a necessary and economically rebounding industry.
The face of printing might not be the same as it was 100, 50 or even 20 years ago, but these schools, in conjunction with printing companies and manufacturers alike, are shaping the next generation of printers with a core knowledge of printing's past and a strong grasp on what the future will bring.