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Coordinator: Dr. Greg D’Amico
TECH-116 (908) 737-3531

Students interested in preparing for training in the print communication technologies and the management of these technologies have the opportunity to work toward a Bachelor of Science degree in Graphic Communications. The curriculum in this area is built on a technical and managerial education and has a balanced program of studies drawn from a variety of disciplines relating to business and industry. Included are a sound knowledge and understanding of specialized technical Graphic Communications areas and Management Science classes. Also, general courses in communication skills, humanities, social sciences, physical science and mathematics are part of the curriculum. Graphic Communications students may choose between two different courses of study: Graphic Communications Management and Graphic Communications Technology

Note: Students completing the Graphic Communications Management Option automatically receive a Minor in Management Science upon graduation.

Program Coordinator: Dr. Cyril Nwako
H 114, (908) 737-3538/3530

The M.S. degree in Graphic Communications Technology Management is designed to provide graduates with knowledge that will prepare them for management level positions in the Graphic Communications industry. Students will be offered courses that will give them the essential advanced knowledge of current advances in digital imaging, digital printing, and color image processing. This information will be combined with advanced management considerations in areas such as: cost analysis, sales analysis, marketing, human resources management, management systems communications and the legal environment of contemporary business. Kean University offers the only Graduate Graphic Communications program in the state.

In addition to the University’s admission requirements:
• Minimum GPA of 3.0 (lower GPA may be considered with additional experience)
• Two letters of recommendation
• Departmental interview
• Undergraduate or professional experience in: lithography, photography, desktop publishing, color image processing, accounting and economics

• 39 credits
• One required core course (3 credits)
• Eight required area of specialization courses (24 credits)
• Three elective courses (9 credits)
• Research (3 credits)