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  • Estudio comparativode los contenidos relativosa la Industria Gráficaofertados por UniversidadesInternacionalesAUTORES DEL ESTUDIOJavier Rodríguez-BorladoDirector I + D ITGTAurelio MendiguchíaDirector Técnico ITGTIgnacio VillalbaProfesor Asociado ITGTPaul O. A. OlayideAsistente investigaciónMaquetaciónJuan María Ortiz de UrbinaProfesor Asociado ITGT 2010 Instituto Tecnológico y Gráfico Tajamar (ITGT) ITGT C/. Pío Felipe,12 · 28038 Madrid Teléfono: 91 477 25 00 · Fax: 91 478 27 59 www.itgt.es
  • Indice de contenidos4 ITGT Instituto Tecnológico y Gráfico Tajamar
  • Indice de contenidosIndice de contenidosAbstract ............................................................................................................................................................ 7Introducción y utilidad del estudio ................................................................................................................... 9Objetivos ........................................................................................................................................................... 9Estudio de la literatura existente ...................................................................................................................... 10Metodología • Elaboración de un primer borrador de Contenidos Relevantes ............................................................. 11 • Obtención de los currículos detallados de las Universidades ............................................................... 11 • Adecuación de los Contenidos Relevantes en función de datos obtenidos .......................................... 12 • Distribución de contenidos de cada universidad en los Contenidos Relevantes .................................. 13 • Confección de la tabla comparativa y obtención de resultados............................................................ 13 • Contraste externo.................................................................................................................................. 14Resultados Obtenidos • Descripción detallada de contenidos ofertados .................................................................................... 15 • Glosario de palabras clave o “Key Words” referenciado a cursos ........................................................ 47 • Distribución de tiempo dedicado a cada Contenido Relevante ............................................................. 56Análisis de los resultados ................................................................................................................................. 88Conclusiones .................................................................................................................................................... 90Referencias....................................................................................................................................................... 93Anexo IListado de Universidades utilizadas en el estudio. ........................................................................................... 97Anexo IIContenidos Relevantes en español e inglés ..................................................................................................... 102 Estudio comparativo de los contenidos relativos a la Industria Gráfica ofertados por Universidades Internacionales 5
  • AbstractAbstract La industria gráfica ha sufrido cambios muy importantes en los últimos años principalmente debido a la aparición de nuevas tecnologías y a la evolución de los hábitos de consumo. Las instituciones académicas deben conocer e incorporar esos cambios en sus programas de manera que formen profesionales preparados para cubrir las demandas y las expectativas que les va a pedir los usuarios. Una manera de ver como adaptarse a este cambio es estudiar como lo han hecho instituciones académicas en países donde por un lado existe una mayor conexión entre el mundo académico y el profesional y por otro los avances tecnológicos han sido incorporados antes por los usuarios finales. Los principales objetivos de este estudio eran: • Estudiar las titulaciones que se están ofreciendo en Norteamérica y Norte de Europa en el sector Gráfico. • Analizar cuales son los conceptos a los que se les da un mayor peso dentro de estas carreras estableciendo una cierta cuantificación. • Realizar un listado de conceptos, palabras clave o “key words” referenciado universidades y cursos específicos donde se tratan esos conceptos. Las principales conclusiones obtenida del análisis de los programas fueron: • Es complicado obtener información detallada de los programas ofertados por las universidades europeas. • Existe una ruptura entre la parte de diseño y la parte de producción, con un mayor peso de la primera. • Se da poco peso a la enseñanza de software específico primándose más la parte de concepto, o la de integración de procesos. • El Diseño Web y multimedia ya está presente en todos los programas con un peso significativo. • La dedicación de tiempo asignada a formarse en la tecnología de impresión flexográfica supera a la tecnología Offset. • Dentro de los procesos de impresión, se da mayor importancia a como interactúan las materias primas (tinta y papel) que al propio sistema específico de impresión. • Los acabados tienen un peso específico importante. • Se consideran necesarios conocimientos de componente industrial del proceso (gestión de costes, gestión de producción, aspectos empresariales, etc.) junto con gestión de bases de datos. Además de las conclusiones obtenidas, el estudio ha generado también un glosario de palabras clave o “key words” que puede resultar de gran utilidad. Estudio comparativo de los contenidos relativos a la Industria Gráfica ofertados por Universidades Internacionales 7
  • 8 ITGT Instituto Tecnológico y Gráfico Tajamar
  • Introducción y utilidad del estudioIntroducción y utilidad del estudio La industria gráfica ha estado inmersa en un entorno muy dinámico e inestable desde hace más de una década. Esto se debe, entre otras razones, al desarrollo tecnológico y a los cambios en los hábitos de consumo. Este entorno no es el mejor ni para la industria gráfica ni para los centros de formación. Las instituciones académicas tienen muchas dudas con respecto a las habilidades que deben impartir a los estudiantes. Cada institución está tratando de organizar el mejor plan de estudios por su cuenta. La realización de un estudio comparativo de los contenidos más relevantes enseñados en otras instituciones puede ser muy útil, bien para reafirmarse en el actual plan de estudios, bien para incorporar nuevos contenidos.Objetivos del estudio Los principales objetivos que se plantean en este estudio son: • Estudiar las titulaciones que se están ofreciendo en Norteamérica y Norte de Europa en el Sector Gráfico, comprobando si existe una cierta uniformidad en los conceptos enseñados en distintas universidades. • Analizar los conceptos a los que se les da un mayor peso en estas carreras y establecer una cierta cuantificación. • Realizar un listado de conceptos, palabras clave o “key words” referenciado universidades y cursos específicos donde se tratan esos conceptos. Limitaciones del estudio. A la hora de realizar este estudio se han dado una serie de limitaciones. Algunas se detectaron antes del inicio del proyecto y otras se descubrieron al obtener la información. Las limitaciones más importantes han sido: • El Proyecto se reduce al estudio de los currículos que se están ofreciendo actualmente en las distintas instituciones académicas. Por lo tanto, los resultados no tienen en cuenta cómo han evolucionado estos currículos en el tiempo. • Con el fin de estudiar currículos comparables en todas las universidades, se han omitido programas Máster, y se han analizado sólo los estudios denominados “Bachelor”, que serían los equivalentes a los grados en la estructura académica universitaria actual. • Sólo se ha tenido en cuenta para el estudio aquellos cursos que eran obligatorios para la obtención de la titulación pertinente y que estaban relacionados de alguna manera con el sector gráfico. Por lo tanto, no se han considerado ni las materias opcionales, ni las materias troncales ajenas a la industria gráfica, como pudieran ser literatura o matemáticas. • El equipo investigador sólo ha podido tener acceso a la información detallada de currículos norteamericanos, Estados Unidos y Canadá, pero no a los europeos como era la intención inicial. • Baja respuesta por parte de las universidades a las estimaciones realizadas por el equipo investigador. Quizá motivado por el corto plazo desde que se mandaron las propuestas hasta que se escribieron las conclusiones. Estudio comparativo de los contenidos relativos a la Industria Gráfica ofertados por Universidades Internacionales 9
  • Revisión literatura Revisión de la literatura existente Unos de los principales retos que tiene que afrontar la educación en la industria gráfica son los profundos cambios tecnológicos y de hábitos de consumo que llevarán a importantes cambios en las estrategias de las empresas y en las necesidades de los puestos de trabajo (European Commision, 2009). Estos cambios no se están reflejando en las publicaciones académicas (Steele. C, 2004) Las empresas del sector gráfico están abriéndose a realizar otros trabajos que antes no hacían, tanto en el campo creativo como en el de comercio electrónico (PGSF, 2010). Como consecuencia de todo esto, la industria está demandando a los nuevos trabadores que contrata unas habilidades distintas a las que demandaban recientemente (Frey & Chrstensen, 2008). Gran parte de la formación se realiza dentro de la misma empresa por parte de los propios compañeros o por los fabricantes de los equipos (Callan, 2007), pero esa formación no les capacita para un aprovechamiento óptimo de las nuevas tecnologías (Frey & Chrstensen, 2008). A todos estos factores hay que añadir una imagen muy mala del sector percibida por los usuarios (Callan, 2007), lo que genera una crisis de recursos humanos en el sector (Walker & Sorce), con dificultades para encontrar personas con la capacitación adecuada. Es por ello de vital importancia que las instituciones académicas se paren a estudiar cuales son los conocimientos y habilidades que el sector requiere y que actualicen los contenidos para preparar a operarios que puedan satisfacer esas necesidades. También es importante eliminar barreras para que muchas personas puedan seguir formándose en su vida laboral. Una vía importante es la potenciación de la formación on-line (European Commision, 2009) que disminuya las dificultades de movilidad y horarios. Metodología Para evaluar el peso o la importancia que se asigna a cada concepto se utilizó el porcentaje de tiempo dedicado. Se parte de la premisa de que cuanto más importancia se le asigne a un determinado contenido mayor tiempo se le dedicará. Con el fin de poder comparar de forma cuantitativa los contenidos enseñados en las distintas instituciones académicas se definieron una serie de Contenidos Relevantes. Posteriormente se estudió cada asignatura de los programas elegidos distribuyendo el tiempo dedicado entre los Contenidos Relevantes. Mediante este proceso se obtenía la distribución de tiempo que cada universidad dedicaba a cada uno de los Contenidos Relevantes Las etapas seguidas para la obtención de estos objetivos han sido: 1. Elaboración de un primer borrador de Contenidos Relevantes 2. Obtención de los currículos detallados de las Universidades. 3. Adecuación de los Contenidos Relevantes en función de datos obtenidos. 4. Distribución de contenidos de cada universidad en los Contenidos Relevantes. 5. Confección de la tabla comparativa y obtención de resultados. 6. Contraste externo.10 ITGT Instituto Tecnológico y Gráfico Tajamar
  • MetodologíaFASE 1. Elaboración de un primer borrador de Contenidos Relevantes.Expertos de ITGT realizaron un primer borrador de Contenidos Relevantes a partir del estudio de loscurrículos de dos universidades que impartían conocimientos de todo el proceso gráfico.El objetivo de estos Contenidos Relevantes es que sirvan como unidades de conocimiento básicas quepuedan usarse para comparar los distintos curriculos manejando un lenguaje común. Los ContenidosRelevantes deben ser lo suficientemente específicos como para que la mayoría de asignaturas impartidasen el resto de universidades se puedan descomponer en dichos Contenidos Relevantes.Los Contenidos Relevantes se agruparon en cuatro grandes familias:• Contenidos referidos a la preimpresión. Desde la parte creativa hasta la generación de la forma impresora.• Contenidos referidos a los procesos de impresión y acabados.• Contenidos referidos al proceso de producción, más allá del proceso propio de impresión.• Otros aspectos referidos a la industria gráfica no asignables específicamente a ninguno de los tres apartados anteriores.FASE 2. Obtención de los currículos detallados de las Universidades.La búsqueda de universidades y de los contenidos ofrecidos se realizó en base a los siguientes criterios:• Universidades que hubieran participado con cierta asiduidad en conferencias de prestigio internacional como TAGA.• Universidades de reconocido prestigio aunque no hubieran participado en estas conferencias.• Universidades del norte de Europa de las que se tuviera constancia que tenían programas en el sector gráfico.• Universidades americanas que ofrecían cursos relacionados con la industria gráfica y publicados en el Print and Graphics Scholarship Foundation, seleccionando entre las que ofrecieran mayor variedad de procesos en sus programas.La información detallada de los programas y los cursos se obtuvieron, bien desde las páginas webde dichas instituciones, bien de la información suministrada por los órganos de dirección de estasorganizaciones.A la hora de obtener los contenidos impartidos por las universidades buscadas, el equipo investigador seencontró con una serie de limitaciones, como por ejemplo:• Algunas de las instituciones académicas con mayor participación en congresos internacionales de la industria gráfica no ofertaban cursos específicos relacionados con la industria gráfica, sino que su conexión era a través de otros sectores como el papelero. Por ejemplo, la universidad de Grenoble, en Francia, con una importante participación en el sector gráfico oferta principalmente cursos para la industria papelera. Otras instituciones de gran relevancia internacional no ofertan cursos universitarios. Este es el caso por ejemplo de FOGRA y UGRA en Europa, o de PIA, GATF en USA.• Las instituciones europeas no tienen publicados contenidos detallados de sus currículos en sus páginas web —o al menos el equipo investigador no fue capaz de encontrarlo en inglés—, ni respondieron a las solicitudes de información enviadas. No se pudo obtener información de ninguna de ellas. Por el contrario, las universidades norteamericanas (Estados Unidos y Canadá), sí tenían Estudio comparativo de los contenidos relativos a la Industria Gráfica ofertados por Universidades Internacionales 11
  • Metodología descripciones detalladas de sus cursos y respondieron en varios casos a la solicitud de información más pormenorizada. El listado de universidades europeas de las que se intentó sin éxito obtener una descripción detallada de sus programas es el siguiente: • London College of Communication (UK) • University of Dalarna (Suecia) • Linkoping University (Suecia) • The Graphic Arts Institute of Denmark (Dinamarca) • Helsinki University of Technology (Finlandia) • Federal Institute of Technology (Suiza) • Grenoble Institute of Technology (Francia) El listado final de universidades en las que se ha podido obtener información, y por lo tanto, sobre las que se ha basado el estudio es el siguiente: • Appalachian State University • California Polytechnic • Eastern Illinois University • Mineapolis College of Art & Design • North Carolina Agricultutal & Technical University • Northeastern State University • Pennsylvania State University • Plymouth State University • Rochester Institute of Technology • Ryerson University • The Art Institute of Pittsburg • The College of New Jersey • University of North Dakota En el anexo I se ha incluido una tabla con los datos de los programas que oferta cada universidad: Nombre exacto, titulación que oferta. FASE 3. Adecuación de los Contenidos. En función de los contenidos observados en las universidades seleccionadas se realizó una actualización de los Contenidos Relevantes. Consistió, básicamente, en desglosar los contenidos referentes al diseño, ya que una gran parte de los temarios caía dentro de esa clasificación y podría ser interesante un mayor detalle.12 ITGT Instituto Tecnológico y Gráfico Tajamar
  • MetodologíaFASE 4. Distribución de contenidos de cada universidad.Tras obtener la información de todas las universidades, el equipo investigador fue desglosando elcontenido de cada curso en función de la descripción obtenida y distribuyendo cada curso, de formaproporcional, en los Contenidos Relevantes que se abordaban en él.Tras este proceso se obtuvo una tabla por cada universidad, en la que cada curso estaba distribuidoproporcionalmente en los distintos contenidos relevantes. A continuación, el documento se remitió a cadacentro por si querían hacer alguna corrección a la distribución estimada por el equipo investigador.Una vez realizadas las correcciones propuestas por cada universidad, asignando esa proporción al númerode créditos de cada curso, se obtenía la distribución apropiada entre los distintos Contenidos Relevantes.Como los créditos no representan una misma dedicación de horas en todas las universidades, fuenecesario, para poder compararlas, diseñar una segunda tabla donde los créditos dedicados a cadaContenido Relevante se expresaron en porcentaje respecto a los créditos totales dedicados a contenidosestudiados. Este segundo cuadro muestra como divide su tiempo cada universidad entre los ContenidosRelevantes. La distribución porcentual del tiempo dedicado a cada materia es la que se ha utilizado comoelemento comparativo entre universidades y como herramienta de estudio para deducir la importanciaasignada a cada Contenido Relevante. Se asume la hipótesis de que existe una relación directa entre laimportancia atribuida a un determinado concepto y el porcentaje de tiempo dedicado a ese concepto.Se estudiaron exclusivamente los relacionados con la industria gráfica y que tenían carácter obligatoriopara la obtención de la titulación ofertada por la universidad. Los motivos por los que se realizó estareducción son los siguientes:• El objeto del proyecto era analizar el peso que le daban instituciones académicas a los distintos conceptos involucrados en el proceso gráfico, no qué otros conceptos distintos de los puramente gráficos debe tener un profesional de la industria gráfica. Por ese motivo se eliminaron los cursos no relacionados con la industria gráfica.• Considerar las materias optativas hubiera ampliado excesivamente el ámbito de estudio, y habría impedido utilizar el factor tiempo asignado a cada curso como criterio de importancia que las universidades atribuyen a cada materia. De esta forma estaríamos contabilizando unos contenidos que podrían no cursarse. Al mismo tiempo, se ha de suponer que los contenidos que una universidad considera de gran importancia, se localizan entre los contenidos obligatorios para la obtención del título.FASE 5. Confección de la tabla comparativa y obtención de resultados.Una vez completada la fase anterior, el paso siguiente supuso el análisis de los resultados conjuntos paracuantificar distribuciones y desviaciones que se producen. La herramienta utilizada es una nueva tabladonde se reunirán las sumas totales de los porcentajes de tiempo que cada institución dedica a cadaContenidos Relevantes.Al estudiar la distribución de tiempos de cada universidad se observa que hay dos grupos claramentediferenciados: Los que ofrecen una acreditación de diseño gráfico y aquellos que ofertan una acreditaciónen lo que se denomina de forma más habitual “Graphic communication” o comunicación gráfica, queabarca todo el proceso gráfico.El estudio comparativo se hace por separado para cada uno de estos grupos. De otra manera, losresultados estarían viciados al comparar dos elementos distintos.La universidad de Pennsilvania ofrece dos cursos, uno en Graphic Design y otro en Graphic Communication.Se estudiaron por separado, distribuyéndolos cada uno en un grupo. Estudio comparativo de los contenidos relativos a la Industria Gráfica ofertados por Universidades Internacionales 13
  • Metodología Los dos grupos de estudio son los siguientes: Grupo 1. Diseño gráfico • Eastern Illinois University • Mineapolis College of Art & Design • Northeastern State University • Pennsylvania State University • Plymouth State University • The Art Institute of Pittsburg • The College of New Jersey • University of North Dakota Grupo 2. Comunicación Gráfica • Appalachian State University • California Polytechnic • North Carolina Agricultutal & Technical University • Pennsylvania State University • Rochester Institute of Technology • Ryerson University Del estudio de estas tablas se extraen las conclusiones del estudio. FASE 6. Contraste externo. El análisis de los resultados y las conclusiones derivadas del estudio se presentaron a una serie de expertos de nivel nacional para contrastar la información obtenida y realizar las modificaciones que se consideren pertinentes. El listado de expertos a los que se envió la documentación citada es el siguiente: • Ricard Casals de RCC Casals Consultants, S.A., consultor especializado en las artes gráficas y presidente de la Asociación de Consultores Europeos de Artes Gráficas GAIN (Graphic Arts Intelligence Network) • Martín Vía. Fundador y Presidente de Protecmedia • Eduardo Acedo. Director Técnico de HENCHE s.a. • Manuel Gómez Güemes. Consultor - Gerente de Procograf • Vicente de Gracia director de desarrollos sectoriales de Aido Las observaciones recibidas por parte de los expertos se han incorporado en los apartados de Conclusiones y Propuestas de nuevos proyectos. Con todo ello se elabora el presente informe que reúne toda la información y las conclusiones finales.14 ITGT Instituto Tecnológico y Gráfico Tajamar
  • Resultados obtenidosResultados Obtenidos Finalmente se obtuvieron las descripciones detalladas de los cursos ofrecidos por trece universidades, doce estadounidenses y una Canadiense. En el caso de la universidad de Pensilvania se analizaron dos programas. Fruto de la recopilación y posterior estudio de la información obtenida se obtuvieron tres resultados distintos; • Descripción detallada de contenidos ofertados • Glosario de palabras clave o “Key Words” referenciado a cursos • Distribución de tiempo dedicado a cada Contenido Relevante 1. Descripción detallada de contenidos ofertados Como se ha indicado anteriormente, sólo se estudiaron las materias que eran obligatorias para la obtención del título y que estaban relacionadas, de alguna manera, con la industria gráfica. La información obtenida de cada materia fue: • Nombre de la asignatura • Código • Número de Créditos • Descripción del contenido facilitado por la institución • Asignaturas anteriores necesarias para cursar cada una de ellas (en el caso de que las hubiera). Este último campo no se ha mostrado con el fin de hacer las tablas más legibles. Aparte de esta información obtenida directamente de las instituciones académicas, se ha añadido otra columna denominada “Key words” con palabras clave que definen el contenido de esos cursos. Esta columna ha sido construida por el equipo investigador y se ha utilizado para la posterior distribución de cada asignatura en los Contenidos Relevantes así como para el glosario de Key words. Adjuntamos los cuadros con la información de los 14 programas estudiados. Estudio comparativo de los contenidos relativos a la Industria Gráfica ofertados por Universidades Internacionales 15
  • Appalachian State University Graphic Arts And Imaging Technology Course Code Credits Description Keywords Orientation to Graphic Arts GRA1003 1 A survey of the graphic arts industry including its developments past Printing pro- and present, printing processes, products, graphic’s impact on society cess and various career opportunities. Graphic Communications I GRA 1012. 3 This course is an introduction to graphic communications. Students Digital imag- will be introduced to the world of imaging, printing, and publishing. The ing, Printing course will discuss materials, equipment, health and safety, tech- process, niques, and concepts of text/image input, conversion, and output that Substrates are practiced in the graphic arts industry. Lecture two hours, laboratory two hours. Introduction to Flexography GRA 1222. 3 This course is designed to introduce students to the principles and Packaging, practices of the packaging industry. The student will be introduced to Flexo, Gravure the flexographic and gravure printing processes. Emphasis is placed on elements from artwork, plates, cylinder imaging, inks and presses. Lecture two hours, laboratory two hours. Electronic Prepress GRA 2102. 3 This course is designed to introduce the student to digital imaging Digital imaging as it relates directly to the printing industry. Specific topics include Proofing, Print- hardware, software, input and output devices, image generation, pro- ing process cessing, proofing, storage and transfer technologies. Emphasis will be placed on understanding the total production process from computer to press. Lecture two hours, laboratory two hours. Graphic Communications II GRA 3012. 3 This course is a continuation of GRA 1012, Graphic Communications Substrates, I. Emphasis will be placed on theory and problem solving as well as Printing broadening skills in the areas of digital imaging, printing technolo- process, gies, and production management. The course will discuss materials, Production, equipment, techniques and concepts of text/image input, conversion, Quality control, output, finishing, and quality control that are practiced in the graphic Finishing arts industry. Lecture two hours, laboratory four hours. Electronic Imaging GRA 3102 3 An introduction to the concepts, processes, and hardware which are Digital imaging, fundamental in creating, editing, and displaying digital electronic im- Retouching, ages. To include: image editing, blending modes, compositing, color Color man- models and modes, color separation, color profile management, mask- agemente, File ing, tonal analysis, layer management, file preparation and conversion. formats Lecture two hours, laboratory two hours. (COMPUTER) Substrates, Inks and Color Man- GRA 3112 3 This course is designed to introduce students to substrates and inks Substrates, agement used in printing and packaging production. Topics will include introduc- Color manage- tion to features and characteristics, manufacturing processes, printing ment and packaging production performance, with quality control and color management solutions for substrates and inks used for producing printing and packaging products. Lecture two hours, laboratory two hours. 3D Imaging and Animation GRA 3312. 3 This course provides an introduction to 3D digital imaging for specific 3D, Digital applications. Industry standard computer software will be used to imaging explore fundamentals of modeling and texturing. Lecture two hours, laboratory two hours. Web Development for Graphic GRA 3512 3 This course provides students with the opportunity to develop basic Web Communications web sites, manipulate images for web delivery. Additionally, students will create intermediate and advanced web sites that utilize complex interactivity. Lecture two hours, laboratory two hours. GRA 3622 GRA 3622 1 This course involves the development of the mechanics of being a pro- Work experi- fessional in the graphic arts industry. Specific topics include resumes, ence cover letters, interviewing, presentation techniques and report writing. Print Production Analysis and GRA 3772 3 The study of systems and techniques used for identification of printing Printing pro- Control production standards, cost estimating, production scheduling, produc- cess, Produc- tion planning, material flow, teamwork, problem-solving techniques, tion, Cost and management’s role in creating quality environments. Lecture three estimation, hours. Planning16 ITGT Instituto Tecnológico y Gráfico Tajamar
  • Appalachian State University Graphic Arts And Imaging TechnologyCourse Code Credits Description KeywordsTechnical Assistant GRA 4112 1 A supervised, meaningful, planned and evaluated laboratory assistant Work experi- experience. Students enrolled in this course will act as instructional ence aides within various graphic arts and imaging technology courses. Prerequisite: junior or senior standing.Advanced Electronic Imaging/ GRA 4512. 3 This course addresses advanced concepts and practices pertaining Digital imaging,Cross Media to digital electronic imaging. To include: advanced techniques such Retouching, as color management, image adjustment, scanning, color correc- Solor manage- tion, masking, edge selection, and special effects. Lecture two hours, ment laboratory two hours.Advanced 3D Imaging and Anima- GRA 4522 3 This course focuses on using advanced texturing techniques, complex 3Dtion shading networks, inverse kinematics and forward kinematics to de- velop realistic 3D images and animation. Lecture two hours, laboratory two hours.Digital Printing and Publishing GRA 4558 3 This course allows students the opportunity to explore digital printing Digital printing, applications such as short-run color and variable data printing. Stu- Preflight, Work- dents will study digital workflows, file preparation, data management, flow, Variable preflighting, digital front-end systems, press operation and routine data maintenance. Lecture two hours, laboratory two hours.Advanced Flexographic Printing GRA 4566 3 This course addresses advanced concepts and practices pertaining Flexo, QualityMethods to the flexographic printing process. To include: advanced techniques control, such as multi-color spot and process color printing, quality control, cor- rugated board, image distortion, die calculations, and coatings. Lecture two hours, laboratory two hours.Advanced Offset Printing Methods GRA 4591 3 This course is designed to build on the basics covered in Graphic Digital imaging, Communications I, Graphic Communications II, Electronic Prepress, Color manage- and Electronic Imaging. Students will gain experience in advanced ment techniques in electronic prepress, halftones, duotones, process color, process stripping and process press work. Lecture two hours, labora- tory two hours.Current Trends in Graphic Com- GRA 4622. 1 This course is designed to emphasize current trends, technical move- Trendsmunications Seminar ments and problems as they relate to the future of the printing industry. Classes will focus on group discussions related to these and other cur- rent issues. Students will be required to refer to academic experiences, internship experiences and library skills to participate in discussions. Estudio comparativo de los contenidos relativos a la Industria Gráfica ofertados por Universidades Internacionales 17
  • California Polytechnic Graphic Communications Course Code Credits Description Keywords Introduction to Graphic Commu- GRC 101 3 Graphic communication history, theory, processes, applications, Graphic design, Print- nication and practices. New technologies that affect day-to-day commu- ing process, Publish- nication including traditional and digital printing and publishing, ing, Web, Packagin and non-print imaging including Internet applications. Overview of design technology, web and digital media, printing and imag- ing management, graphics for packaging, industry segments Digital Publishing Systems GRC 201 3 Introduction to digital publishing systems including hardware, Digital publishing software, and file formats. Overview of output technologies, networking, and digital publishing standards. Digital Photography GRC 202 3 Digital photography for print and web, including lighting, expo- Digital imaging sure, composition, photo-retouching, equipment, color manage- ment, and output. Digital File Preparation and GRC 203 3 Terminology and techniques used in digital workflow systems for Workflow Workflow print and web. Workflow options, including automation, proofing, and output systems. Digital file delivery and transfer.. Substrates, Inks and Toners GRC 211 4 Technical aspects of paper, other substrates, inks, toners, and Substrates other printable materials used in the printing and packaging industries. Manufacture, application and interaction of these materials in relation to particular processes and end use re- quirements. Hands-on testing of materials in relation to quality, properties, and performance. Digital Typography GRC 218 4 Application of typography using current software tools for print Typeface and Web. In-depth study of communication principles and visual organization. Font technology and management for the creative, print and web publishing industries. GRC majors and minors only. Flexographic Printing Technology GRC 316 3 Analysis of flexographic printing technology for flexible packag- Flexo ing, label printing, folding and corrugated cartons. Applications of computers to the management and technical function of flexographic printing technology. Managing Quality in Graphic Com- GRC 320 4 Theory and practices of quality systems in the graphic commu- Quality control munication nication industry. Emphasis on Deming Systems Thinking, Lean Manufacturing, Six Sigma, ISO, and Malcolm Baldrige. Quantify- ing customer expectations, specifications, standard operating procedures, SPC tools, and employee empowerment in the graphic arts. Binding, Finishing, and Distribu- GRC 324 3 Imposition techniques, cutting, and folding. Stitch, case and Finishing, Imposition tion Processes perfect binding techniques and applications. Operational and aesthetic uses of die cutting, scoring, creasing, foil stamping and embossing techniques. Fulfillment and mailing operations. Appli- cations of computers to the management and technical function of binding; finishing and distribution. Sheetfed Printing Technology GRC 328 4 Theory, practice and application of sheetfed printing and plate Sheetfed Offset technology for commercial, book, advertising, catalog, packag- ing and reprographic segments of the printing industry. Press configurations, materials, computerized press controls, workflow, pressroom management, coating and quality control. Plate types, quality and new technologies for sheetfed printing.18 ITGT Instituto Tecnológico y Gráfico Tajamar
  • California PolytechnicGraphic CommunicationsCourse Code Credits Description KeywordsWeb Offset and Gravure Printing GRC 329 3 Introduction to web offset and gravure printing for newspa- Web offseTTechnologies pers, packaging, magazines, books, catalogs and commercial products. Application of technology to the management and production of web offset and gravure printing. Preparation and use of gravure cylinders.Digital Content Management and GRC 338 4 Digital content management strategies for print and web includ- Variable data, Work-Variable Data Publishing ing file management, database principles, archiving, document flow formats, variable data publishing, workflow analysis, groupware, and repurposing. Technical and creative problem-solving for con- tent production and management in print and web publishing. .Marketing and Sales Management GRC 361 4 Identification and development of target markets for products Marketing, Sales,for Print and Digital Media and services in the graphic communication industry. Deployment Planning of strategies in pricing, promotion and distribution management. Application of customer relationship management techniques for personal selling, forecasting and planning.Digital Printing and Emerging GRC 402 3 Application of digital printing including the study of digital Digital printing, Vari-Technologies in Graphic Com- presses, front-end systems, and related technologies. Integration able data, Trendsmunication and automation of database and publishing software. Emerg- ing graphic communication technologies that are affecting the methods and procedures of producing and distributing print and electronic media. Managing technological change in graphic communication establishments.Estimating for Print and Digital GRC 403 4 Estimating the cost of various kinds of print and digital products Cost estimationMedia and services. Development of budgeted hour costs and produc- tion standards. Cost estimating methods for Print on Demand, VDP, sheetfed lithography, web site development, and wide- format output. Analysis of material, labor and other cost factors. Estudio comparativo de los contenidos relativos a la Industria Gráfica ofertados por Universidades Internacionales 19
  • Eastern Illinois University Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in art with option in graphic design Course Code Credits Description Keywords Drawing II ART 1001 1 (0-6-3) F, S. Instruction in drawing from observation, intermedi- Drawing, Color ate drawing concepts, and techniques in color and black and white media. Two-Dimensional Foundations ART 1110 3 Foundation course for all areas of art. Developing awareness of 2D concepts of two-dimensional form through creative studio work Three-Dimensional Foundations. ART 1111 1 (0-6-3) F, S. A Foundation studio course exploring the basic 3D design. elements of visual organization through three-dimensional design principles and theories using a variety of materials and processes. Painting I. ART 2050 3 (0-6-3) F, S. Introduction to oil painting as a medium of expres- Painting, Color sion, investigation of media usage, color development, variety of picture-making ideas and instruction in basic painting crafts- manship. Health and Safety in the Visual ART 2500 3 1-0-1) F, S. An introduction to health and safety issues for the Health, Safety Arts. visual artist, art educator, and individuals utilizing art supplies, technologies, and/or processes. This course is required in the first semester of study as an art major or prior to taking any 2000-level or higher art studio media course. Printmaking I. ART 2560 3 (0-6-3) F, S. Survey and exploration of methods of printmaking. Print production Research Methods and Profes- ART 2749 3 1-0-1) F, S. The Research Methods and Professional Practices Research sional Practices. course provides art students with an introduction to the basic skills necessary to document and digitally format artwork; as well as research, evaluate, and write about art in preparation for a career in Studio Art, Art Education and Art History. Course restricted to Art Majors. History of Art I. ART 2601G 3 (3-0-3) F, S. Introduction to the history of visual art through the History. 14th century. Emphasis will be placed on learning how to cor- relate the historical context of cultures with the artwork. F2 901 History of Art II. ART 2602G 3 (3-0-3) F, S. Survey of the visual arts, early Renaissance to the History. present. The emphasis in this course is on the artwork as an expression of the ideas and values of the community which produced it. Introduction to Graphic Design. ART 2910 3 (0-6-3) F, S. Concept and communication development of black- Graphic design, Color and-white compositional studies and an introduction to color applications. Graphic Abstractions. ART 2920 3 0-6-3) S. Simplification of an object into black-and-white form Color and subsequent color translations. Life Drawing. ART 2000 3 (0-6-3) F, S. Study of human form as a subject of graphic expres- Drawing sion. Use of various media in figure drawing investigated Typography I. ART 3910 3 0-6-3) F. An introduction to letterform design, including the Typeface, Readability, analysis of existing classical typefaces and the development of Symbol new variations. Emphasis will be on observations of the salient issues regarding legibility and readability, form and counterform, and what qualities and attributes constitute a font and family of type. The observations from this research will then be applied to abstract symbol design. Visualization Studies I. ART 3911 3 (0-6-3) F. An introduction to drawing of illustrations as visual Drawing, Illustrations, symbols with an emphasis on communication development and Symbol the semantics of symbol juxtapositions. Typography II. ART 3920 3 (0-6-3) S. An introduction to text and display type exercises. Typeface Emphasis will be on the development of typographic hierarchical structure within a given design problem.20 ITGT Instituto Tecnológico y Gráfico Tajamar
  • Eastern Illinois University Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in art with option in graphic designCourse Code Credits Description KeywordsVisualization Studies II. ART 3921 3 (0-6-3) S. An Introduction to the application of illustration and Illustration, Symbol. symbols to the interpretation and communication of complex data.History of Graphic Design ART 3940 3 (3-0-3) F. The history of graphic design from the 19th century to History the present.Typography III. ART 4910 3 0-6-3) F. Advanced visualization studies investigating the appli- Visual communication cation of visual communication concepts to problems involving sequential relationships.Senior Portfolio. ART 4749 0 Arr.-Arr.-0) F, S. (Credit/No Credit) Students in the BFA in Studio Portfolio Art Option or Graphic Design Option demonstrate competency in the major through submission of a senior portfolio. Portfolio requirements and submission time line are available from the department office. Co-requisites: Enrollment in a 4000-level Studio Art or Graphic Design courseVisualization Studies III. ART 4911 3 0-6-3) F. An introduction to the application of visual communica- Visual communica- tion concepts to three-dimensional design issues. tion, 3DTypography IV. ART 4920 3 (0-6-3) S. Advanced display and text studies investigating the Visual communi- application of visual communication concepts to problems cation, Corporate involving design systems and corporate identity. identityVisualization Studies IV. ART 4921 3 (0-6-3) S. Advanced three-dimensional visualization studies Visual communica- investigating the application of visual communication concepts tion, 3D to environmental design problems. Estudio comparativo de los contenidos relativos a la Industria Gráfica ofertados por Universidades Internacionales 21
  • Minneapolis College of Art & Design Graphic design Course Code Credits Description Keywords Introduction to Graphic Design GRD2000 3 This course provides students with an overview of graphic Graphic design, Visual design practice. Students concentrate on building visual lan- communication, Type- guage and communication as well as the vocabulary necessary face for critical analysis. Topics covered include basic visual and typographic principles, type and image integration, composition, sequence, and craft. Students are also introduced to design pro- cess: research, ideation, iteration, refinement, and implementa- tion. Posters, mark-making, and booklets are possible outcomes of this course. Introduction to Typography GRD2010 3 This course emphasizes basic typographic principles and Typeface investigates letter-form design, word-forms, and extended text. Particular attention is directed to typographic vocabulary, type as image, typographic organization, and the utilization of supporting grid structures. Through assignments, larger projects, and cri- tiques, students are expected to demonstrate an understanding of typography as a visual tool used to enhance meaning. Typography: Hierarchy and GRD3020 3 Building on the skills learned in Introduction to Typography, this Typeface Expression course explores a variety of functional, expressive, and formal typographic issues. Perceptual, emotional, and stylistic consid- erations are covered in relation to specific concepts. Students are encouraged to develop and create content as well as create grid structures to organize complex information. A high level of typographic refinement and attention to detail is expected and determined through critique and individual discussions. Projects promote classic and expressive typography as well as found ty- pographic form. Outcomes may range from books to brochures. Graphic Design: Form and GRD3030 3 This intermediate course examines procedural frameworks for Graphic design Methods graphic communications. The course covers a range of topics including the utility of series and systems approaches, content generation models and strategies, and an expanded notion of hierarchical content. Some of the project components require student responsibility in authoring content in both language and imagery. At least one of the projects requires formal documenta- tion illustrating the design process. Project outcomes range from experimental studies in image advancement to mark-making and identity systems. 3050 Publication Design GRD3050 3 Publication design remains one of the most challenging and Graphic design complex opportunities within the larger field of graphic design. In this course, students create, conceptualize, and manage content for multiple publications. Structural systems, formats, and organizational methods are investigated as well as the creation of visual narrative through image, pacing, and sequence. Critiques and discussions of examples from the field encourage students to think globally and flexibly about systems and to ex- plore modifications to the traditional structure of books, catalogs, and magazines. Motion Graphics GRD3060 3 This course explores the dynamic integration of graphic form, Graphic design, Film, typography, and message enhanced through the manipulation Multimedia, Typeface of movement, time, sequence, and sound. These techniques are studied as integral components to the design process, resulting in compelling motion graphic narrations. Classroom demonstra- tions, critiques, and screenings enable students to develop digi- tal movies that service a wide range of applications in broadcast, narrowcast, and other film- and video-based communications.22 ITGT Instituto Tecnológico y Gráfico Tajamar
  • Minneapolis College of Art & Design Graphic designCourse Code Credits Description KeywordsDesign Systems GRD3070 3 Central to graphic design thinking, systems-based design Graphic Design, projects have always challenged the designer to investigate new Research, Corporate and better ways of representing complex information. These identity design systems are the crucial ingredient in the interdisciplinary practices of branding, interactive design, information design, and mapping. Classroom activities and assignments examine resource development, research analysis, information manage- ment, and ideation as parts of a larger whole. Not restricted to any one media, this course encourages students to develop a variety of solutions, guided by critique, individual discussions, and course assignments.Electronic Prepress GRD3080 3 This course provides students with a practical and compre- Digital imaging, hensive overview of the prepress process from organizing, Standards, Printing preparing, and managing digital files to achieving professional process, Typeface, quality output. Students examine techniques, standards, and Color management, terminology commonly used in printing. Other topics include Proofing, artwork preparation, printing presses and processes, font and color management, materials, formats, vendor communications, and printers’ proofs. In an attempt to demystify the printing process, students prepare an actual file for production and visit local printers. Prerequisites: Graphic Design: Form and Methods, Typography: Hierarchy and ExpressionProfessional Practice GRD4000 3 Professional Practice is a thorough introduction to the skills Portfolio, Work expe- needed for a successful career in design. Visiting profession- rience, als, classroom discussions, and individual assignments assist students in the development of a print and online portfolio. Stu- dents are required to write all necessary supporting documents: résumé, biography, project description/labeling system, and letters to prospective employers. Students are expected to make professional portfolio presentations and practice interviewing techniques. Job search skills and professional etiquette and eth- ics are also covered.Internship GRD 4010 3 Internships provide an opportunity for students to gain practical Co-op experience in a particular career area and valuable on-the-job skills. Internships may be arranged by the Director of Career Services or initiated by students. All internships must be pre- approved through the Career Services Office. For an internship to be approved, a mentor relationship and learning experience should exist beyond a simple employment opportunity. Three- credit internships require working 135 hours at the internship site and keeping a journal of hours and activities.Advanced Graphic Design GRD 5010 3 This course focuses on complex design challenges, professional- Senior Proyect,Seminar level assignments, and design projects with multiple compo- Design nents. Students are encouraged to be entrepreneurial and to conduct research and develop innovative solutions for appropri- ate economic constituencies, users, and audiences. Students refine their voice, style, and agenda while creating a semester- long project. Professional presentations of ideas and design solutions for critique and discussion are central to this course. Project formats and media are open-ended.Senior Project GRD 5100 6 Senior Project is a capstone course for Graphic Design students Senior Proyect, that integrates the accumulated skills and knowledge obtained Design and cultivated while at MCAD. By developing a unique semester- long project, students have the opportunity to engage present and/or future career interests. Student projects are self-initiated, self-defined, and self-managed. The scale of proposed projects (scope and reach) as well as their final articulation (context, content, and form) are to be developed and executed during a 15-week work cycle. Students consult the instructor, an outside advisor, and MCAD staff for final implementation in the Com- mencement Exhibition. Estudio comparativo de los contenidos relativos a la Industria Gráfica ofertados por Universidades Internacionales 23
  • North Carolina Agricultutal & Technical University Graphic communications systems and technological studies. Course Code Credits Description keywords Designing for Graphic Communi- GCS-110 3 This course will acquaint the student with the basic principles Layout cations and practices in the layout and design of graphic communication products. Mechanical and computer assisted processes will be introduced. Laboratory work is required for this course. Color Management GCS-120 3 This course is a study of managing color for print production. Color management It emphasizes theory of color, color models, color generations, color corrections, color matching, color separations, and color proofing. Graphic Communications Tech- GCS-130 3 Basic principles of graphic design, pre-press preparation, repro- Graphic design, Lay- nology duction methods, and bindery operation are taught in a labora- out, Printing process, tory setting. Historical, socioeconomic, organizational and career Finishing opportunities in graphic communications and allied industries are investigated in reference to graphic communications, busi- ness and industries. Laboratory work is required. Introduction to Drafting Technol- GCS-133. 3 Basic orthographic projection is emphasized. This course is an Drawing, Geometry ogy introduction to drafting technology tools and procedures. Other topics include lettering, geometric construction, pictorials, auxil- iaries, sections, and dimensioning. Drafting of Geometrical Entities GCS-233. 3 This course will emphasize representation of common geo- Drawing, Geometry metrical entities with points, lines, planes, solids, sectional auxiliary projection, revolution, pictorial drawing, intersection and development. Computer Aided Drafting GCS-234 3 This course presents an introduction to computer-aided drafting CAD and design applications. Emphasis is placed on orthographic projections, various coordinate systems, blocks, multilines, and layers. Screen Printing Technology GCS-250 3 This course provides broad and thorough knowledge and skills Screen to transfer images through a stencil to a substrate. Techniques of screen preparations, screen exposing, and screen printing will be studied. Technical Communication GCS-292 3 This course is designed to develop the student’s proficiency in Research researching, organizing, writing, and presenting documents in various areas of technology. Introduction to Photographic GCS-330 3 This course is designed to acquaint the beginner with the funda- Photography Imaging mental processes of photographic imaging. Historical evolution and modern uses of photography will be studied. Nomenclature, theory and application in picture composition, imaging, and pre- sentation methods will be explored. Legal, safety, and market- ing aspects of photography will be addressed. Each student is required to provide a camera with adjustable f-stops and shutter speeds. Laboratory work is required. Advanced Photographic Imaging GCS-331 3 Basic principles of pre-press imaging for mass reproduction Digital imaging purposes are highlighted and reinforced in a laboratory setting. Theories of production, line and halftone copy are applied in class. Alternative technical systems for pre-press image prepa- ration will also be examined. Laboratory is required. Digital Image Editing GCS-332 3 Editing images using digital technology is taught. Hands-on ac- Digital imaging, tivities are implemented to learn image manipulation techniques. Retouching Electric/Electronic Drafting GCS-333 3 Emphasis is on drawing and design of electronic equipment Industrial design and devices found in the manufacturing, installation, and maintenance industries. Topics include symbols, basic circuits, industrial controls, wiring diagrams, printed circuits, integrated circuits, and electrical building construction wiring diagrams.24 ITGT Instituto Tecnológico y Gráfico Tajamar
  • North Carolina Agricultutal & Technical UniversityGraphic communications systems and technological studies.Course Code Credits Description keywordsArchitectural Drafting GCS-334 3 Principles of planning residential structures and developing Architectural design production working drawings are stressed. Course topics include the design of floor plans, environmental system layouts (heat- ing and air conditioning), and service system plans (plumbing and electrical). Additionally, issues concerning cost estimation, building codes, and general construction techniques will be introduced.Flexographic Package and Spe- GCS 416 3 This course is designed to develop proficiency in flexographic Flexocialty Printing printing and design. It includes the flexographic market, prod- ucts, substrates, and inks.Web Design for Graphic Commu- GCS 418 3 This course is designed to provide tight integration of graphic Webnications communications applications and streamlined workflow for students to build Web sites. Students will be able to create interactive graphics and animations.Technical Illustration and Design GCS-430. 3 The principles of graphic design, including design process, color, Color, Graphic design, type and art components are discussed. Advanced techniques in Typeface computer application and design software are also covered.Geometric Dimensioning and GCS-433 3 This course is a study of the use of basic geometric dimension- GeometryTolerancing ing and tolerancing practices and procedures. Students will learn how to analyze a mechanical drawing with regard to the standards currently used in industry and manufacturing, and how to apply these dimensions and notations to a drawingAdvanced Architectural Drafting GCS-434 3 This course deals with the planning of industrial, commercial Architectural design and public buildings. Topics include construction and design principles, materials specifications and codes; complete plans (plot, landscaping, framing, electrical and mechanical equip- ment), details (reinforced concrete, timber and steel), advanced perspective rendering, analytical study of historical and contem- porary architecture, materials and methods, and engineering.Architectural Design and Model- GCS-435. 3 Planning and structural design problems of buildings and their Architectural designing relationship to other buildings and space are emphasized. Urban and rural planning are studied. Landscape and townscape projects are carried to working detail with emphasis placed on techniques of model construction.Machine Design and Drafting GCS-533 3 Lecture and laboratory work includes advanced machine draw- Industrial design ings, and dimensions, tolerance of fasteners, analysis of motion and motion diagrams. This course includes welding and numeri- cal control, bearings, couplings, gears, jigs and fixtures, and die design. Fundamentals of computer aided design are included.Cartographic Drafting and Design GCS-534 3 This course includes an introduction to design and draft- Industrial design ing related to the fields of surveying and cartography. Topics include: topographical maps, contours, plat and plot layouts, and surveying and mapping notations. All work will be drawn using a computer aided design system.Tool and Machine Design GCS-536 3 Fundamentals of tool design, cutting tools, punches and die Industrial design design, gage design, jigs and fixtures, indexing and coding pro- cedures are emphasized. Design, assembly and detail drawings of machines, tools and parts are studied.Principles of Ink Technology GCS-575 3 This course is the study of ink and ink manufacturing technol- Ink ogy; theory and principles of ink properties, and applications in the graphic industry.Principles of Paper Technology GCS-580 3 Study of paper and paper manufacturing technology. Theory and Paper principles of paper properties and applications in the graphic communications industry will be studied. Estudio comparativo de los contenidos relativos a la Industria Gráfica ofertados por Universidades Internacionales 25
  • North Carolina Agricultutal & Technical University Graphic communications systems and technological studies. Course Code Credits Description keywords Principles of Ink and Paper GCS 581 3 This course is a study of ink and paper. It includes manufacturing Substrates Technology technology, properties, and applications of ink and paper as they relate to graphic communications. Graphic Communications Produc- GCS-585 3 This course will acquaint the student with production systems Production tion Management management in graphic communications. Human and technical aspects of project management will be studied. Comparison of small and large graphic communications production will also be studied. Estimating in Graphic Communi- GCS-590. 3 Cost estimating in graphic communications identifies compo- Cost estimation cations nents of imaging and printing technologies that constitute a manufactured product in the graphic industry. Variables within each of the components will be explored. Appropriate math- ematical formulas will be introduced for pricing out production projects to improve cost controls, production techniques, and insure company profitability.26 ITGT Instituto Tecnológico y Gráfico Tajamar
  • Northeastern State University.Course Code Credits Description keywordsComputer Applications in Art ART 2013 3 Introduction to computer programs used by artists and graphic Computer designers. Training in use of professional software and hardware.Typography ART 2213 3 Introduction to typography – the art of designing with type. Study Typeface, History of the general history and aesthetics of type and letterforms. Introduction to digital typesetting on the computer.Graphic Design I ART 3333 3 An overview of graphic design history, visual principles, and tools History used by graphic designers. Analysis and production of designs for varying media.Graphic Design II ART 4103 3 Advanced production of designs for varying media using profes- Multimedia, Design sional graphics software. Problems dealing with traditional print design as well as introduction to web and motion-based design.Publication Design ART 4023 3 Advanced production of multi-page documents, such as books Layout and periodicals. Problems dealing with page flow and informa- tion layout, and advanced study of page layout software.Multimedia Design ART 4073 3 Introduction to designing interactive and time-based media for Multimedia. delivery on internet, television and other media. Analysis and production of designs for multiple media delivery systems. Study and development of navigation systems, information flow and interactivity.Illustration ART 4163 3 Introduction to the basic visual principles, tools and techniques Illustration used by professional illustrators. Analysis and production of illustrations using a variety of media. Emphasis on design, craftsmanship and originality.Portfoli0 ART 4903 3 Designed to prepare students for entrance into the art-related Portfolio, Web job market. Projects include résumé writing, organizing a tradi- tional and digital portfolio, and designing a website of personal work.Drawing I ART 1213 3 Introduction to basic drawing skills and techniques through the Drawing use of a variety of media2D Design ART 1233 3 Introduction to the principles and fundamentals of two-dimen- 2D sional design using various media. Emphasis placed on develop- ing creative solutions to a series of design projects.Color I ART 1253 3 Introduction to basic color theory and the use of color in design Color, Design and painting. Supervised studio experimentation with color in several media. :Drawing II ART 2003 3 Expanded exploration of drawing techniques using a variety of Drawing media.:3D Design ART 2333 3 Introduction to the principles and fundamentals of three-dimen- 3D sional design using various media and techniques. Emphasis placed on developing creative solutions to a series of design projectsWatercolor I ART 2413 3 Introduction to watercolor techniques, composition and creative Painting applications.Figure Drawing I ART 3123 3 Introduction to fundamental skills and techniques of figure draw- Drawing ing from a live model.Painting I ART 3323 3 Introduction to the fundamental skills and techniques of painting Painting using oil or acrylic paint.Printmaking ART 3563 3 Introduction to design and processes using relief and intaglio Design, History, Print- printmaking techniques. Study of the history of printmaking and ing process its relation to current graphic design practices. Estudio comparativo de los contenidos relativos a la Industria Gráfica ofertados por Universidades Internacionales 27
  • Pennsylvania State University Graphic Design Course Code Credits Description keywords Two-Dimensional Design ART102 3 Theory and application of design essential to the visual arts. Graphic design Emphasis on two-dimensional design principles as they relate to graphic design. Drawing ART180 3 Introduction to drawing techniques, structure, and various media. Drawing Includes analysis of drawing elements and applied creative problems. Subject matter includes linear perspective, still life, and life drawings. Design and Color ART109 3 Theory and applications for the use of color in design. Includes Color in-depth study of color theory with design application. Emphasis is also placed on visual thinking and problem solving. Painting ART122 3 Introduction to painting techniques, compositional structure, Painting form, and materials. Emphasis is placed on representational painting, but experimentation is encouraged. Art History: Ancient through 15th ART125 3 Survey of art history emphasizing the study and recognition of History Century the visual forms of art, especially painting, sculpture, and archi- tecture. Includes the study of the function of design; techniques of execution; and the scientific, political, economic, social, and literary dimensions of the period. Covers the history of art from the ancient world up to and including the Renaissance. Introduction to Three-Dimension- ART202 3 Introduction to the basic formal concepts necessary for design- 3D al Design ing in three-dimensional space. Emphasis on the application of design principles through the construction of three-dimensional design projects, as well as through the development of a work- ing formal design vocabulary. History of Graphic Design ART145 3 Study of the history of graphic design and of the ways in which History the past will help students better understand current and future design applications. Emphasis on research of different design movements, such as the Victorian and Nouveau Graphics, Post- modern Design, the computer graphics revolution, and The Arts and Craft Movement. Type Design I ART225 3 Introduction to the history, anatomy, and design of letterforms. Typeface A study of letterforms, spacing, and the elements and design of layout and graphic design. Development of skills in rendering letterforms in a variety of materials, for a variety of applications. Introduction to Computer Graph- ART260 3 Study and application of vector graphics in electronic design. Digital imaging, ics Emphasis is placed on computer and software applications for Layout image and type layout design. Develops and refines concepts using traditional media for graphic design. Applied Typography and Design PNP127 3 Introduction to the concepts of electronic typography and the Typeface, Layout fundamentals of layout and design for creating documents in electronic forms. Topics include history of type, classifications of type, design principles, software and hardware components, and outputting to various devices. Popular software packages are used to create, edit, and print various documents. PreMedia I PNP128 3 Focused study of digital hardware and software applications Digital imaging, used in the graphic imaging workflow, with particular emphasis Workflow on image editing of grayscale and line art images. Topics include computer platforms, operating system functions, and application software used in the imaging process, digital scanners, storage devices, output devices, troubleshooting, and maintenance. (Formerly PNP123) Introduction to Graphic Design ART210 3 Introduction to equipment, materials, techniques, and work- Graphic design ing methods appropriate to graphic designers and other visual designers. Discussion of employment opportunities and job classification. Experience with ads, logos, corporate needs, book covers, restaurant menus.28 ITGT Instituto Tecnológico y Gráfico Tajamar
  • Pennsylvania State UniversityGraphic DesignCourse Code Credits Description keywordsType Design II ART235 3 Focus on the formal and aesthetic principles of letterforms and Typeface, Layout their use in the design and layout of text-centered work. The skills acquired enable development of an aesthetic sensibility for type and the printed page.Introduction to Digital Photog- PHO250 3 Basic concepts and applications of electronic imaging hardware Digital imaging,raphy and software. Emphasis on the importing and digital editing of Retouching photographic images in both black-and-white and color. Artistic expression and experimentation with image form, content, and design is encouraged. (Formerly PHO 350)PreMedia II PNP214 3 Advanced study of digital color systems. Through study and Proofing, Color man- practice, investigates techniques for scanning, color correct- agement, ICC ing, proofing, and evaluating color images. Application of color management technology to create International Color Consor- tium (ICC) color profiles, calibrate system components and use profiles in color workflow. (Formerly PNP210)Illustration ART340 3 Application of the various media used to produce narrative draw- Drawing, Painting ings and paintings for advertising and editorial use. Includes introduction to styles and techniques appropriate for satisfying a wide range of visual requirements within the commercial art field.Graphic Design for the Web ART360 3 Study of creative applications, design principles, and aesthetics Web design of the web page, including research, design and production of web pages using various graphic design software and digital media. Emphasis on application of artistic concepts and formal design attributes for a web page.Graphic Design: Point of Purchase ART310 3 Study of the variety of advertising avenues designed to be used Graphic design, POP(POP) at the point where the purchase can be made. Diverse projects encourage freedom to experiment with new design solutions us- ing a variety of materials and techniques. The point of purchase design must not only be extremely creative, but also reflective of the production demands and costs..Modern Art and the Contempo- ART330 3 Art of the twentieth century, emphasizing the interrelation of Historyrary Image painting, sculpture, architecture, graphic arts, photography, and computer-generated art during major art movements of the 1900s: avant-garde art, cubism, surrealism, abstract expres- sionism, pop and op art, minimalist art, performance and virtual reality experiences. Includes the study of the scientific, political, economic, social, and literary dimensions of the period. (ART, Writing Enriched) Spring Only.Graphic Design, Corporate Iden- ART410 3 Interaction with and research for a product-oriented company Graphic Design,tity (CID) leading to the submission of a profile, and over the course of the Corporate Identity semester, the design of a logo and a variety of items relating to that company.Advanced Computer Graphics ART460 3 Advanced study of computer applications using test and image Digital imaging manipulation for interactive design. Emphasis on the application of concept development and design theory.Portfolio Design ART420 3 Development and enhancement of design works for the portfolio Portfolio to be used while looking for a job. Includes the development of a personal identity to be used on a letterhead, resume, and enve- lope. All major coursework, except ART 496, must be completed before enrolling..Senior Project ART496 3 Development of an independent project, with faculty direction. Senior project Includes research, analysis, discussion, execution, and presenta- tion of a final project within the discipline. Prior to scheduling this course, students must have completed all major course work except ART420 and one BGD/PHO elective must have been completed. Estudio comparativo de los contenidos relativos a la Industria Gráfica ofertados por Universidades Internacionales 29
  • Pennsylvania State University Graphic Communications Technology GT (printing) Course Code Credits Description keywords PreMedia I PNP128 3 Focused study of digital hardware and software applications Digital imaging, used in the graphic imaging workflow, with particular emphasis Workflow, Retouching on image editing of grayscale and line art images. Topics include computer platforms, operating system functions, and application software used in the imaging process, digital scanners, storage devices, output devices, troubleshooting, and maintenance. (Formerly PNP123) Offset Lithography PNP124 3 Basic principles of lithography and skills in lithographic plate- Offset, Plate, Safety, making and operating small offset presses and selected bindery Printing process, equipment. Topics include press systems, press maintenance, Substrates and safety practices, as well as papers, inks, and chemicals related to the lithographic process. Screen and Specialty Imaging PNP213 3 Overall exploration of screen-printing and specialty imaging Screen printing, Techniques processes. Explores the traditional process of screen-printing Substrates including frames and fabrics, stencil preparation, printing tech- niques, inks and substrates, and screen reclamation. Introduces related specialty imaging processes including pad printing, dye sublimation, embroidery and vinyl cutting. Technical concepts and theory provide a foundation for skills acquired through the actual production of numerous products. 3 Credits (2 Lecture - 3 Lab) Prerequisite(s): . Spring Only. Flexography PNP215 3 Exploration of the printing process and related techniques of Flexo, Plate flexography. Topics include practice in design, platemaking, press operation and finishing techniques as they pertain to flexography. Applied Typography and Design PNP127 3 Introduction to the concepts of electronic typography and the Graphic design, Type- fundamentals of layout and design for creating documents in face, Layout, Digital electronic forms. Topics include history of type, classifications of imaging type, design principles, software and hardware components, and outputting to various devices. Popular software packages are used to create, edit, and print various documents Packaging and Product Design PNP236 3 Expanded study of layout and design principles introducing Layout, Packagin designs for multi-paged products, packaging and marketing displays. Topics include various printing methods, properties of packaging substrates, environmental influences, principles and methods practiced in developing these products, and methods used to coordinate product development. These methods include integrating the areas of product development, manufacturing, marketing and purchasing areas. Regulations and evaluations of these products are also introduced. Popular software packages are used to take projects from initial design to final printing. (Formerly PNP136) Output Workflow PNP220 3 Examination of the critical last stages of digital pre-press pro- File formats, Imposi- duction, including file analysis, file repair, trapping, imposing, and tion, Proofing output of electronic pages to digital proofs, plates, or substrate. Involves production and problem-solving experiences using the latest software applilcations available. Finishing and Distribution PNP232 3 Last phase of printing production involving preparing printed Finishing sheets for final form such as brochures, books, posters, and packages. Concentrates on the wide range of finishing and binding operations, as well as on the sorting and organizing of printed materials for shipping and mailing to the customer. Production Printing PNP252 3 Practical application of skills and knowledge learned throughout Printing produc- the Graphic Communications major. Follows a variety of printing tion, Quality control, jobs through all the phases of design and layout, digital prepress, Workflow, Layout, imaging, image assembly, platemaking, presswork, finishing, and Finishing bindery. Experience with digital workflows and application of quality control techniques occur throughout the process.30 ITGT Instituto Tecnológico y Gráfico Tajamar
  • Pennsylvania State UniversityGraphic Communications Technology GT (printing)Course Code Credits Description keywordsDigital Media Publishing PNP272 3 Theory and hand-on experience in the production of various Multimedia, Digital forms of digital media such as Internet web pages, CD-ROM imaging media, and interactive systems with particular emphasis on multi-purposing digital image data. Course work includes use of computer networking systems and data transmission methods.Advanced Imaging Techniques PNP310 3 Theory and application reinforcing the fundamental concepts Layout, Flexo, Screen, in page and document design and layout, pre-press require- Finishing ments, as well as specific imaging techniques related to screen printing and flexography (and possibly digital). Investigation of and hands-on experiences in advanced techniques for produc- ing multiple-color and process-color projects on a variety of substrates. Includes related finishing, converting and distribu- tion methods. Review of software requirements for designing individual projects. Field trips and interviews with industry practitioners enhance learning experiences.Inks and Substrates PNP350 3 Investigation of the many measurable properties of inks, papers, Substrates and other substrates used in the printing industry. Explores manufacturing processes of paper and inks, including environ- mental concerns, while providing experience with paper and ink testing devices, data collection, data analysis, and reporting of testing results.Printing Estimating PNP352 3 Introduction to the principles and practices involved in estimat- Cost estimation, Print ing costs of printing production, including the determination of production production standards, all-inclusive hourly rates, cost centers, materials costs, and the development of production plans. Employs a problem-based approach using both paper and pencil and computer-application software.Trends and Issues in Printing and PNP354 3 Examination of relevant United States laws including those Safety, Helth, Waste,Publishing related to human health and safety, freedom and ownership of HR, Ethical information, waste handling and emissions, employment, and labor organizations within the printing industry. Explores ethical issues facing printers, including management and technical worker relations and problems and policies on printed content. Required writing assignments (graded and ungraded) provide experience in understanding and adapting to different discourse communities and in using multiple technical vocabularies. Includes both expressive and transactional prose responses to selected readings.Printing Production Management PNP470 3 Introduction to key printing management concepts and practices Printing production, including sales of printed materials, communication of specifica- Sales, Planning tions, scheduling of print production, inventory control, printing plant layout, job costing, and quality assurance. Experience with integrated management software packages designed specifically for managing printing production.Introduction to the Graphic Com- PNP111 3 Orientation to the Printing and Publishing Technology (Graphic Printing processmunications Industry Communications) major, the printing industry, analog and digital printing processes, and career opportunities. Overviews the his- tory of printing and the makeup of the printing industry, including printing processes, technical (print) market segments, resources, and professional organizations. Introduces key procedures in career planning and job applications. Field trips and presenta- tions by industry representatives supplement course content. (Formerly PNP110)PreMedia II PNP214 3 Advanced study of digital color systems. Through study and Color, Proofing, Color practice, investigates techniques for scanning, color correct- mangement, ICC ing, proofing, and evaluating color images. Application of color management technology to create International Color Consor- tium (ICC) color profiles, calibrate system components and use profiles in color workflow. (Formerly PNP210) Estudio comparativo de los contenidos relativos a la Industria Gráfica ofertados por Universidades Internacionales 31
  • Plymouth State University Graphic Design Course Code Credits Description keywords An Introduction to Graphic Design AG 2330 3 Preliminary course for integrating design students with the nec- Digital imaging, Re- Software essary technological aspect of their visual communication edu- touching, Layout, cation. Begins with a basic overview of the history and evolution of technology in design education and how it has impacted not only curriculum development, but the field and study of graphic design, culture and society. Explores the most indispensable software packages offered in the industry for digital graphics, then proceeds through a series of short projects and tutorials which enable the students to master the fundamental techniques used in these electronic design applications. Software types covered include: drawing, page layout and image-processing programs. Attention is given to word-processing as a necessary program for creating, importing and manipulating text copy into graphic applications. Students have hands-on instruction at Macintosh computer workstations throughout the course and learn associated information concerning the use of computer hardware peripherals, e.g., scanners, printers, etc. Falls and Springs. Graphic Design I AG 2350 3 Introductory course acquaints students with the history, prin- Illustrator, Typeface, ciples, and basic tenets of graphic communication employing Graphic design typographic elements. Focuses on the formal relationships of de- sign as applied through typographic interaction, using the com- puter and Adobe Illustrator software to create solutions. Design assignments emphasize the creative and practical development of a variety of ideation avenues and techniques for executing those ideas effectively. Additional course fee required. Falls. Digital Multimedia Design AG 3050 3 The growth of the Internet and the heavy emphasis on digital Web, Multimidia, media has led to the creation of a whole new industry and HTML, Dreamweaver, design field?Web design. Web sites are essential for nearly Flash every business today. Covers web preparation software such as Photoshop and Illustrator. Students are introduced to basic HTML, Dreamweaver, and Flash. This class is for visually trained students. As such, original sketches, documents, and pictures are the starting point for each project. Falls and Springs. Graphic Design II AG 3300 3 Combines the precepts of the taxonomy of typography from Graphic design, Digi- Graphic Design I with that of imagery. Delves into types of im- tal imaging, Typeface, ages, image generation options, and the impact of the combina- Symbol, Photoshop tion of type with images. Design problems include the study of iconography, designing symbols, understanding logo design, and the completion of a large poster design employing a synthesis of type, symbol, and image considerations using Adobe Photoshop software. Emphasizes the exploration, experimentation, and proper execution of ideas through the design process. Additional course fee required. Springs. Graphic Design III AG 3360 3 The compilation of principles mastered in Graphic Design I and Graphic design, II leads students toward a discussion and understanding of Layout, InDesign, publication design. Publication projects may include brochures, QuarkXPress books, catalogs, annual reports, and other multiple-page print design pieces. Students also complete a self-promotion piece employing both publication design elements and a CD com- ponent, to prepare them with a tangible resume and digital portfolio of their work to date. Emphasis in publication design is on page layouts and the use of Adobe InDesign and QuarkXPress software. Additional course fee required. Falls.32 ITGT Instituto Tecnológico y Gráfico Tajamar
  • Plymouth State UniversityGraphic DesignCourse Code Credits Description keywordsProduction for Graphic Design AG 3480 3 Deals with the basics of preparing design ideas for printing. Production, Printing Emphasizes the development of an understanding of the working process relationship between a graphic designer and a printer. Includes pre-press and computer-assisted production, printing technolo- gy, production terminology, graphic arts photography and related specific information necessary for producing finished art in an efficient, accurate and qualified manner. Falls and Springs.History Of Graphic Design. AG 3500 3 An introduction to the history and philosophy of graphic design History, Graphic which explores the predominant historic art movements and design their effects on graphic design as a field of study. Emphasizes the late 19th and 20th century designers and their work. Linked to current notable designers and design trends including Post- modern and New Wave graphics. Falls and Springs. (WRCO)PSU Student Design Company. AG3550 3 A student operated graphic design studio course, open to junior- Work experience, level Graphic Design majors (BA and/or BFA). Seven students are Web design, Printing selected each semester to serve in the Student Design Company process (SDC). One student is selected as Studio Manager and works in tandem with the Graphic Design instructor; the six other students function as graphic designers. Meets two hours twice a week. Works on assignments created by offering design services to (a) non-profit organizations; (b) PSU organizations; (c) busi- ness organizations in our area that would not otherwise be able to afford to purchase design services in the marketplace; and (d) PSU graduate students who need visual components created for their thesis projects. Design services offered could include logos, brochures, flyers, posters, catalogs, Web sites, and other collateral, as requested. May be repeated once for credit. Falls and Springs.Advanced Photoshop And Illustra- AG 3600 3 Continued study of two premier software packages featured in Photoshop, Illustratortor Techniques. AG 2330. Proceeds from the student’s familiarity of Photoshop and Illustrator into the higher skill levels necessary for creat- ing truly outstanding digital graphics. Provides a mastery-level achievement experience with the software and reveals capabili- ties through progressive techniques and variations that have students creating graphics with true authority. Students garner many new digital shortcuts, key commands and time-saving techniques in these programs that allow them to concentrate on their creative abilities, instead of experiencing technical roadblocks. The path to true creation on the computer for the practicing designer is to not be limited by technical shortcom- ings, but instead to be able to create and produce whatever the mind imagines. Students have hands-on instruction at Macintosh computer workstations. Springs.Student Design Co. Internship. AG3650 1 PORTFOLIO ACCEPTANCE Portfolio, Co-opAdvanced flash Animation and AG 4350 3 Continues study of the Flash software introduced in AG 3050, Flash, Web, Dream-effects which is dedicated to the general development of Web site and weaver, Photoshop, multimedia presentation design. Focuses on the development Illustrator, Swift 3D of Flash-based Web sites and animation. Students extend the capabilities of this program as a Web development tool and the possibilities as an animation filmmaking tool as well. By achiev- ing higher-level skills in this program, students create more vibrant and interactive Flash-based Web sites and animation. Covers the Web related techniques of other programs such as Dreamweaver, Photoshop, Illustrator, and Swift 3D to maximize the visual effects. CSS is introduced for more accessible Web sites. Falls. Estudio comparativo de los contenidos relativos a la Industria Gráfica ofertados por Universidades Internacionales 33
  • Plymouth State University Graphic Design Course Code Credits Description keywords Graphic Design IV AG 4370 3 Employing design precepts from Graphic Design I, II, and III, Corporate identity, concentrates on developing an entire Corporate Identity Program 3D, Packaging, Web, for a hypothetical company. Students explore creating the logo Dreamweaver first, then move to print applications, 3D packaging compo- nents, and finally a Web site for their company. Emphasizes the development of a production timeline, the creation of a calendar and job contracts and invoices, as well as extended professional presentation practice toward the systematic execution of the large variety of components necessary in designing a complete CI Program. Software instruction includes Dreamweaver, as part of the Adobe Creative Suite. This is the capstone experience for BA students in the Graphic Design Option. Additional course fee required. Springs. Graphic Design V AG 4380 3 First semester of a two-semester capstone course experience Portfolio, Work expe- for BFA Graphic Design majors. Prepares students in all areas rience of their portfolio and professional career development. Includes portfolio organization and assessment, job market possibilities, resume and cover letter writing, making effective presentations, guidelines for pricing and selling work, and ethics considerations in the workplace in graphic design. Also covers the primary plan- ning stages and project delineation for the Senior BFA Exhibit, to be completed in the spring semester (Graphic Design VI). Design professionals are invited to present special topics and critique work during semester. Additional course fee required. Falls. Graphic Design VI AG 4390 3 Allows students to begin the execution stage of the rough lay- Senior project outs that were completed in Fall semester of ideas considered for their individual final projects. These projects are developed and finished over a 10 week period, allowing four weeks for the students to mount artwork and prepare for their final Senior Show. Students are expected to meet in assigned teams to make both thematic and aesthetic decisions concerning the presentation of the show to the public. A senior “show coordina- tor” is elected by the students to be the contact person working between the students and faculty members. The Senior Show is visible evidence and a culmination of all coursework and projects that have been completed by the students in their edu- cational experience in the Graphic Design program. Additional course fee required. Springs. Special Problems in Graphic AG 4550 3 Designed for students who have completed four semesters of Graphic design Design work in Graphic Design, so that these students can continue their work at an advanced level (up to six credits). Internship AG 4900 (1-6) Designed to give students a culminating educational experience Work experience. within a wide range of practical on-the-job work experiences in the selected concentration. Commitment includes a negotiated number of hours per week and regular evaluation by Depart- ment Internship advisor. The internship is in agencies that are approved, supervised and evaluated by the Department. Independent Study in Graphic AG 4910 (1-4) Advanced work in a limited area of graphic design, developed Research Design and executed in consultation with an Art Department faculty mentor. Consent required of the instructor who will supervise the independent study and the Department Chair.34 ITGT Instituto Tecnológico y Gráfico Tajamar
  • Rochester Institute of TechnologyNew Media PublishingCourse Code Credits Description keywordsAdvanced Color Management 2081-763 4 This course will further the scientific methodology in process Color Management, control for repeatable color and extend the scope of ICC-based ,ICC, Quality control color management practices by integrating a number of image capture devices in color-managed digital workflows, Students are expected to work in a team environment, to engage in plan- ning, and conducting press run analyses, and to publish a techni- cal publication using the state-of-the-art printing facilities at RIT.Advanced Imaging: Restoration 2083-368 3 This course demystifies the process for digitally enhancing, Digital imaging,and Retouching retouching, and restoring images in the industry standard raster Retouching software. This class is designed for image makers who have a solid working knowledge of the current industry standard raster software and are interested in advancing their skills in digital image enhancement, retouching and restoration. This course includes image acquisition and specialized image manipulation techniques used to retouch, reconstruct, restore, and enhance images. (Permission of instructor)Color Perception & Analysis 2081-562 4 This course addresses principles of human color perception and Color, Photoshop, how color is communicated by samples and measured quantita- Quark Express, tively. It explores the role of visual perception in art appreciation InDesign and subjective quality assessment. Students will learn how to use digital tools to specify color from design to print for printing and publishing applications. Basic desktop publishing, Photo- shop, Quark Express, InDesign, etc software, competency and technical writing literacy).Database Systems Management 0112-440 4 This course builds upon the basic concepts from the Database Variable data Management Systems course and introduces students to a real world client/server database development environment with hands-on experience. Students completing the course should be able to create both the client side and server side of a relational database project, using a tool such as oracle. Pre req. -0112-340Digital Foundations 2083-216 4 This course provides an orientation to the production concepts, Print production, working environments, hardware and software tools, languages, Standards, Publishing standards, and culture that the students will use as a foundation for the core courses in New Media Publishing.Digital Printing Process 2082-401 3 This course provides students with an opportunity to learn Digital printing, Work- the principles and applications of digital printing. It presents flow, Variable data the technical aspects of the major digital print engines and compares digital printing to conventional printing processes. The strategic use of digital printing is emphasized from a digital workflow standpoint. Variable data personalization and on- demand printing are studied from both technical and marketing perspectives.Finishing and Digital Imposition 2082-378 3 This course gives students an opportunity to learn the final steps Imposition, Finishing which take a digitally designed document to finished printed product. Hands-on laboratory exercises allow students to apply the theoretical knowledge they gain from lectures to practical examples in the pressroom and bindery.Flexographic Process 2081-364 3 This fundamental course is based on the principles and practices Flexo of the flexographic printing process. Emphasis is placed on the elements of the flexographic technology from artwork, plates, platemaking, inks and presswork. Lab centered around plate- mounting, ink formulation and presswork. Students print on a wide variety of substrates. Estudio comparativo de los contenidos relativos a la Industria Gráfica ofertados por Universidades Internacionales 35
  • Rochester Institute of Technology New Media Publishing Course Code Credits Description keywords Gravure Process 2081-386 3 The course analyzes the infrastructure as well as the print pro- Gravure duction workflows in the gravure printing industry. Students will comprehend the business of gravure for publication, packaging and special product applications. In addition to learning gravure process and technology, students will meet and interact with gravure industry professionals during RIT Gravure Day and take and extensive industry field trip to visit cylinders engravers and gravure printers. Image Process Workflow 2081-409 4 This course concentrates on the image processing variables and Digital imaging, techniques required for producing high-quality color reproduc- Workflow, File for- tions for a variety of output technologies. Emphasis is placed on mats, Color, Proofing optimizing both image quality and workflow efficiencies from digital capture to final output. Topics include file formats, image processing strategies, color conversion, and effective proofing techniques. Imaging for New Media 2083-206 4 Imaging for New Media addresses the skills and competencies Digital imaging necessary to create and manipulate digital images. This course introduces students to the creation, acquisition, filing, stor- age and production, manipulation and output of raster images. (2083-216 Information Architecture: Publish- 2083-328 4 In this course students will research current and emerging Trends ing Systems publishing information technology trends and apply them to cre- ate publishing solutions across a variety of platforms. Projects will emphasize aggregation and reuse of content across multiple distribution channels. Ink Chemistry and Formulation 2081-458 4 This course is designed to expose students to the historical, Ink scientific, and technical aspects of ink discovery and formula- tion. The students learn how inks were developed from the times dating back to the Middle Eastern/Asian cultures at the dawn of civilization to the present. The course uses a “learning-by- doing” approach in that students synthesize and formulate inks and then test their properties. Analysis methods for modern inks are introduced, and students conduct experiments using those methods. Internet Marketing 0105-440 4 The course examines the impact of the Internet on traditional Marketing marketing and the new form of marketing. It explores the impact of the Internet on marketing strategy and tactics. It explicitly considers using the Internet to increase the value delivered to customers and improve a firm’s competitiveness. (Pre-req 2082- 592 Marketing and Sales) Lithographic Process I 2081-367 3 This course provides detailed fundamentals of the equipment Offset, Ink, Paper, and materials that are used in the lithographic process. Topics Process control include press, the image carrier and it’s chemistry, inks and paper, and process control. This course builds upon the material covered in the Materials and Processes II course. Lithographic Process II 2081-467 3 This is an advanced course in sheetfed and web offset. There is Offset an emphasis on process color printing and on problem solving advanced press and process variables that impact quality and productivity. Lithographic process problem solving skills are developed using multicolor presses. Marketing and Sales 2082-592 4 This course provides an introduction to the fundamentals of Marketing, Sales marketing, including formulating a marketing strategy and creat- ing the marketing mix. The promotion part of the marketing mix will be expanded in the second half of the course. Students will create a sales plan and presentation for a firm of their choice.36 ITGT Instituto Tecnológico y Gráfico Tajamar
  • Rochester Institute of TechnologyNew Media PublishingCourse Code Credits Description keywordsMedia Business Basics 2083-416 4 This course introduces business principles, such as accounting, Business finance, and marketing, that are essential to developing or grow- ing a media venture. Students will develop a business plan and identify potential financial supporters.Media Distribution and Transmis- 2082-313 4 In this course students gain extensive knowledge of the various Planning, Inventory,sion methods and techniques used to electronically and physically Information distribu- distribute information. Students also study planning, scheduling, tion inventory management, and fulfillment.Media Industry Analysis 2082-367 4 This course provides students with an understanding of the ma- Advertising, Publish- jor industries closely allied with the printing industry: advertis- ing, and Packaging. ing, publishing, and packaging. The intent is to give students in- depth knowledge of (1) the structure of each of these industries; (2) the channels and methods through which and by which each distributes its products and services; and (3) the major custom- ers/clients of its products and services. Particular attention will be devoted to investigating the business models for the use of print to create value in advertising, publishing, and packaging.Media Law 2083-402 3 Media law offers an opportunity to investigate the philosophical Media law and constitutional foundations of free expression as it relates to speech, writing, image making and publishing. First Amendment principles will be studied with respect to personal protection boundaries. The course will also provide a survey covering defa- mation issues. Students will form educated opinions about libel and slander boundaries. Since the publication discipline involves the creation of original work, a study of copyright, patent and trademark law will be provided.Multimedia Publishing 2082-228 3 An introductory course in interactive publishing. Students will Multimedia explore methods and approaches to interactive multimedia de- sign and production for a variety of applications and will develop interactive presentations for mobile, stand alone, and web-based environmentsMultimedia Strategies 2083-323 4 This course is designed to explore all of the available mass Variable data, Digital media and customized communications technology options printing, Web, Multi- for effectively reaching consumers. It will explore advertising, media personalized direct mail, the Internet, call centers and direct client interface via Internet chat sessions. The emphasis will be on development of the right mix of marketing communications techniques and the use of high volume printing, personalized digital printing, the Internet, and customer data bases to drive both new business and customer retention.Networking IT Course Soho 4050-210 4 This course will teach students how to determine what computer ComputerNetworking and network equipment is appropriate for use in a home or small office network. Students will learn the basic configurations for a home/small office network and explore in a lab environment the different hardware and software tools and configurations required to establish a personal local area network.New Media Perspectives 2083-201 3 This course introduces students to the graphic and new media Trends, History, Tech- industries by studying the history, culture, technology, markets nology, Business and workers in these industries. It establishes a basic under- standing of the current technologies by examining the industry and businesses that employ them. Students will gain a com- prehension of the businesses and roles that exist in the various industries and see an overview of industry structures and the effect of new media.New Media Team Project 2083-542 4 The course is designed to engage the new media major in a Senior Proyect capstone production experience. The instructor will form student teams that will design and complete a multi-media campaign for organizations selected by the instructors. Estudio comparativo de los contenidos relativos a la Industria Gráfica ofertados por Universidades Internacionales 37
  • Rochester Institute of Technology New Media Publishing Course Code Credits Description keywords News Production Management 2083-317 3 New media publishing technologies production from a holistic Multimedia, Workflow, viewpoint is examined. This is a course that brings together all Digital imaging the elements of new media publishing technologies such as various computer platforms, digital photography and other multi- media content (rich media content) and distribution mechanisms. This is the micro companion to the macro digital news systems management course. This course focuses on the management of these elements rather than the specific technologies. The lecture portion focuses on the specific application of managerial prin- ciples to new media production while the lab portion is based on group production exercises. Operations Management 2082-413 3 A study of the topics/factors affecting the efficiencies and ef- Production, Workflow fectiveness of graphic media operations. Includes consideration of both external (i.e., OSHA, environmental, legal) factors and in- ternal factors (i.e., scheduling, plant layout, training) that directly affect operations. Addresses the importance of a quality program as well as emerging workflow systems. Printing Process Controls 2081-577 4 Test targets are tools used in optimizing and calibrating various Color, Process con- components in a color reproduction system. This course will trol, Quality control integrate many technical disciplines, e.g., metrology, statistics, process control, to make a color imaging system repeatable and predictable. Emphases will be placed on selecting test targets in conjunction with color measurement tools for evaluation of device-level and system-level performance. Two labs and an individual project are required. Substrates and Printing 2082-387 3 This course covers the science and technology of the many Substrate, Printing kinds of printing substrates used by various printing processes. process Students learn the basic concepts of the substrate composition, structure, manufacture, optical and appearance properties, as well as the testing of printing substrates. Emphasis is placed on factors relating to print quality and press run ability. Students learn to identify the full range of printing substrates and their applications. The course includes a technology session at SUNY Environmental College of Science and Forestry which involves making and characterizing paper. Tone and Color Analysis 2081-711 4 This course addresses principles and practices of color Color, Color man- measurement for color matching and color image rendering in agement, Process graphic arts imaging. Emphases are placed on the analyses and control rendering of spot colors and pictorial images with the use of ICC-based color management systems. Topics include densi- tometry, CIE colorimetry, color management systems, graphic arts technology standards, and process control. There are lab assignments on color measurement, tone and color analyses. A self-directed project is required. The instruction is a combination of lectures live and video taped demonstrations. Typography and Page Design 2083-217 4 The course provides an introduction to the theoretical and Typeface, Layout practical foundations of typography and page design. Students will study the history, aesthetics, and technology of typography. Projects will include design and production methods, using cur- rent software tools and fonts for typography in print, and screen display. Students will apply their acquired knowledge to make informed decisions in the practice of typography. (2083-216) Webpage Production 2083-316 4 This course will apply text, image, and page design skills to web Web publishing. Students will prepare and implement publishing proj- ects that take into account usability, accessibility, information layout, and graphics use in the context of the Web. (2083-206 & 2083-217)38 ITGT Instituto Tecnológico y Gráfico Tajamar
  • The Art Institute of PittsburgGraphic DesignCourse Code Credits Description keywordsLife Drawing. G120 3 Students will draw from live models and examine the anatomy, Drawing proportion, surface planes and movement of the human form. Beginning with basic gesture drawings, the student will progress to sketching detailed figure representations. The student will explore the relationship of muscle structure, skeletal structure, light and shadow, movement and form in the tangible represen- tation of a three-dimensional object on a two-dimensional plane.Concept Development G121 3 This course will emphasize the conceptualization processes of Research, Design art and design in solving given problems. The student will use creative problemsolving and research techniques, specifically, problem identification, analysis, brainstorming and idea refine- ment. Portfolio-quality projects will be produced throughout the course of the term.Typography G131 3 This course is an introduction to the history of the evolution Typeface, History and application of typography for the perception of meaning, intention and personality of the written word. G132 History and Analysis of Design A study of the art movements that have struc- tured the field of graphic design covering political, social and economic influences and the analysis of contemporary design and design trends.History and Analysis of Design. G132 3 A study of the art movements that have structured the field of History, Design graphic design covering political, social, and economic influ- ences and the analysis of contemporary design and design trends.Digital Image Manipulation G133 3 This course is designed to explore photo retouching, image retouching, Digital manipulation and the creation of original artwork using comput- imaging, color ers and appropriate software. Compositing, color adjustment and effects through the use of filters will be stressed.Graphic Symbolism G135 3 This course examines the importance of graphic symbolism in Symbol, Graphic design. Logos and other symbolic images will be examined in design historic and contemporary contexts. Graphic elements, simpli- fied imagery and abstract shapes as well as typography will be utilized to create individual logo designs and images.Mixed Media. G210 3 This course explores the basic aspects of drawing and painting Drawing, Painting as related to illustration. The application of various media and techniques is emphasized while developing a series of illustra- tive studies.Advanced typography G211 3 This course will explore printed communication and the use of Typeface, Design typography as an exclusive element of design. The course will focus on the development of marketable, original and creative problem-solving solutions with an emphasis on professional presentation techniques.Electronic design G212 3 This course will explore various means of indicating, placing Layout, Digital imag- and manipulating visual elements in page design, systematically ing, Typeface, developing strong and creative layout solutions by means of cumulative, conceptual design process. The ability to effectively integrate photographs, illustrations, display and type will be developed using page composition software.Digital Image Manipulation G223 3 This course is designed to enhance further the skills acquired Digital imaging, in previous image manipulation and technology-based classes. Retouching Emphasis will be placed on advanced applications and the iden- tification of the best solution for an assigned task. Integration of programs to achieve a required product will also be emphasized. Estudio comparativo de los contenidos relativos a la Industria Gráfica ofertados por Universidades Internacionales 39
  • The Art Institute of Pittsburg Graphic Design Course Code Credits Description keywords Design principles. G224 3 This course will concentrate on utilizing design principles and Design, Layout, theories in problem solving, focusing on the importance of layout Typeface, composition. Emphasis will be on the process of design develop- ment from roughs to comprehensives, layout, and the use of grid systems for multi-component layouts. Critical analysis will be applied through the usage of type and layout to create clear, communicative design. Design marketing. G225 3 The role of marketing in design will be the focus of this course. Marketing, Strategy An analysis of concepts, consumer needs, target audiences, strategy and company vision will be the basis for developing advertising and other business communication applications. Digital illustration G230 3 Students will produce computer-generated compositions as re- Design, Advertising, lated to the advertising, design and illustration fields. Corporate illustration, Coporate Identity The role of design in a corporate identity program will be identity the focus of this course. An analysis of corporate objectives and practical applications will be the basis for developing a struc- tured corporate image system including logo design and other business communication applications Corporate identity G231 3 The role of design in a corporate identity program will be the Corporate identity focus of this course. An analysis of corporate objectives and practical applications will be the basis for developing a struc- tured corporate image system including logo design and other business communication applications Dimensional design G310 3 Students will explore 3-dimensional designs and processes, and 3D Design how they relate to advertising design. Familiarization with mate- rials, processes and procedures of 3D design and the require- ments necessary to scale, and construct various dimensional pieces. Art direction G311 3 This course will examine the role of the art director in producing communication skills, multi-faceted design projects. Exercises will train students in leadership, coordinating creative efforts from concept to finished product. A team environment is emphasized and aims to acquaint the students with the necessity of leadership ability, communication and negotiating skills. Design and tecnology G312 3 This course will utilize computer applications interfacing the adevertising, typeface, graphic and applied arts. Students will produce contemporary retouching, advertising and graphic design portfolio projects. Emphasis will be placed on creative concepts, good typography usage, image manipulation and presentation techniques. Intermediate illustration G320 3 This course will focus on various applications of media and Drawing, Painting techniques in conjunction with concept development, research, and references. Drawing, designing, and painting skills will be further refined through illustrative compositions. Contemporary illustrators and their techniques will also be discussed and studied. Design Team production G321 3 This course examines the structures and interdisciplinary communication skills, communications skills utilized by various members of a creative Marketing design team. The processes of concept development, market- ability, application and design creation are emphasized. Students work as members of a team to research client needs, develop design solutions and present finished work Foundations of Electronic Produc- G322 3 This course will introduce students to the electronic prepara- Production, Imposi- tion. tion of material for production. Typesetting, pagination, image tion, Finishing reproduction, color specifications, trapping procedures, binding and finishing techniques will be explored. Graphic illustration G330 3 This course will concentrate on the application of design ele- Illustration ments in a stylized illustration. Attention to detail and rendering techniques will be emphasized and refined.40 ITGT Instituto Tecnológico y Gráfico Tajamar
  • The Art Institute of PittsburgGraphic DesignCourse Code Credits Description keywordsContemporary Typography G331 3 This course will explore the current design trends in typography. Typeface, Trends The work of contemporary type designers: David Carson, Rodney Sheldon Fehsenfeld, Bill Nelson and others will be analyzed. Em- phasis will be placed on experimentation of creative, innovative, new-wave type designing.Packaging Graphics G332 3 This course will focus on design principles that are applied Design, 3D to the development of three-dimensional product graphics. Materials, processes, industry guidelines and restrictions will be addressed as they pertain to surface treatments of packaging.Editorial Illustration G410 3 This course will explore various conceptual illustrators and their Drawing, Painting, visions. It will examine the integration of drawing, painting and Illustrations, Design design as expressed in illustrative compositions. Emphasis is placed on conceptual development, research, references and the application of various media and techniques. The importance of visual thinking and how to express a story through illustration will be discussed.Advertising Design G412 3 This course will explore the various aspects of advertising de- AdvertIsing, Design, sign communications with the development of creative, original Typeface, Color concepts. The preparation of concepts will utilize the principles of design, typography, color and problem solving skills and stress attention to detail, deadlines, professional presentation and cultural diversity. The course will also delve into the inner workings of advertising agencies and graphic design studios, contracts and billing along with the business ethics of the design and advertising fields.Portfolio Preparation For Graphic G420 3 This course will focus on the refinement of previous works into Graphic deSingDesign. a comprehensive collection representative of graphic design skills. Emphasis will be on conceptual development, design, craftsmanship and presentation.Communication Design G422 3 This course will explore the role of design in corporate com- Corporate identity, munications. The analysis of corporate objectives and target Design, Typeface markets will be the basis for designing corporate communica- tions that use typography and visuals effectively.Web Animation G427 3 This course utilizes basic Web animation techniques and Web software for multimedia and Web site design. Design solutions include animated presentations with images, sound and mo- tion. Basic navigation skills will be covered along with drawing, painting, and incorporating text. Special effects and multimedia movies will also be explored.Portfolio G430 3 This course will prepare students for job interviews by help- Portfolio ing them compile a portfolio. Students will demonstrate their conceptual, design, craftsmanship and other skills as they assemble and refine their portfolio pieces. Working individually with an instructor, each student will select representative pieces, showcasing work that reflects a unique style.Digital Illustration II G431 3 This course will concentrate on the concept and originality of Illustrations ideas in digital illustration and will also explore vector-based applications to be used as tools to create digital illustrations. Illustrations created in this course will be applied to design formats and page layouts.Intractive Portfolio Design G444 3 This course introduces design and de-velopment concepts for Web Graphic Design students who will identify, interpret, and imple- ment the roles and responsibilities of Web industry design team members. Web page scripting skills, aesthetic de-sign principles such as page layout, type design, imaging, and development of Web pages will be used. Students will design and develop the overall identity for a self promotional Website showcasing their graphic design portfolio. Estudio comparativo de los contenidos relativos a la Industria Gráfica ofertados por Universidades Internacionales 41
  • The College of New Jersey Graphic Design. Course Code Credits Description keywords Introduction to Graphic Design AGD 160 1 This course is an introduction to the discipline of graphic com- Graphic design, munication, including conceptual thinking, letterform design, lay- Llayout, History out and design techniques utilizing hand based skills. Students will be introduced to design history and critical issue. Typography I AGD 261 1 This course is an introduction to the discipline, function, history, Typeface, Readibility and impact of typography in graphic design. Assignments and discussion will address the use of typography as a primary tool in conveying ideas and the impact of letterform manipulation on context and legibility. Words and Image AGD 264 1 This course is an intermediate studio course that strives to Illustration, Graphic expand the student’s conceptual, theoretical, and technical skills design, Gigitla imag- in two basic elements of graphic design, word and image. The ing class will work with creative media such as illustration, photog- raphy, collage, use of found objects, digital and hand-generated techniques. Graphic design issues, historical, cultural and techni- cal, will be addressed. Computers for Designers AGD 276 1 This course builds on the skills learned in ADA 180 Digital Arts I Computer and AGD 160 GD1-Introduction to Graphic Design. Students will become proficient in computer skills used in the Graphic Design field including illustration, photographic manipulation, and page layout. They will continue to develop creative problem solving skills and increase knowledge in the area of Graphic Design his- tory. Through field trips, students will gain an understanding of the commercial printing process Identity (or AGD 365 Book Arts) AGD 360 1 This course will focus on the design of identities and identity Corporate identity programs including client research, development of a strategy, creative exploration, design refinements, and implementation. Students will design logos and complete identity systems. An examination of historical and contemporary identity systems will be researched and discussed. Advanced Typography AGD 361 1 Prerequisites: Reserved for graphic design students and AGD Typeface, Print pro- 160, AGD 261 and AGD 276 This course integrates theoretical duction typography with students’ personal unique visions. The class will explore alternative typographic forms that highlight content and audience response. Historical and contemporary typog- raphy, print production and digital and traditional skills will be emphasized. 3D Graphic Design AGD 364 1 This course is a theoretical and studio investigation of three- 3D, Packaging dimensional structural principals as they relate to the area of packaging and environmental design. An investigation of materi- als, production techniques, resources, audience relationship to 3-D forms and packaging, and environmental design history will be addressed Topics in Graphic Design AGD 370 1 This course may be offered as a studio and/or seminar with a Graphic design differing focus each time. May be repeated. Independent Study in Graphic AGD 391 Variable Independent study is for students engaged in advanced work Graphic design Design course only, and is an opportunity to develop personal interests and unit. strengths within the major field. Emphasis is on individual, self- guided work under the supervision of a faculty advisor and/or committee. May be repeated.42 ITGT Instituto Tecnológico y Gráfico Tajamar
  • The College of New JerseyGraphic Design.Course Code Credits Description keywordsIndependent Research in Graphic AGD 393 vcu These courses must be completed with a 3.33 average in the ResearchDesign area of study. Pre-registration with signed approval of an art faculty sponsor and of department chair required. Independent research is for students engaged in advanced work only, and is an opportunity to develop personal interests and strengths within the major field. Emphasis is on individual, self-guided work under the supervision of a faculty advisor and/or committee. May be repeated./Internship AGD 399 vcu The primary purpose of the college-level internship experience Work experience is the development of occupational or professional competence in the actual occupation setting after the student’s education has been completed. Other purposes (income, career explora- tion, learning-by-doing, on-the-job training, etc.) cannot be the primary purpose, although they may occur as a secondary result of the internship experienceG.D. History/Issues AGD 420 1 This course is a survey of the history of graphic design in the History 20th and into the 21st centuries graphic design. The course al- lows students to research individual areas of interest to broaden their knowledge of contemporary issues in design. Classes are a combination of lectures, discussions, student presentations, guest lectures, and class trips to current design studios and exhibits.Design Center AGD 460 1 This course applies design principles learned in previous Work experience courses into professional practice. The class will be structured like a small design agency. Students work as creative teams and develop projects from concept exploration to final presentation.GD8: Senior Research AGD 498 1 This course will focus on advancing students’ personal vision Research, Senior through design research, writing, and innovative design projects. project For their final project, students will conduct visual and critical research that will culminate in a research paper and creative personal project.GD9: Seminar AGD 499 1 Students will develop an original body of work for graduate Portfolio school application or employment. This will culminate in a portfolio, identity package, creative statement, visual and career research, and a portfolio review, a presentation of students’ portfolios to the public and the graphic design community. Estudio comparativo de los contenidos relativos a la Industria Gráfica ofertados por Universidades Internacionales 43
  • University of North Dakota Graphic Design Technology. Course Code Credits Description keywords Computer aided Design. Tech122 3 This course introduces the student to computer aided design/ CAD drafting using AutoCAD software. The course will include the study of technical drawing techniques to include blueprint inter- pretation, various projections, pictorials, dimensioning, develop- ments and tolerancing. The hands on exercises and drawing problems are reflective of industry and business. Fall Advanced application of CADD Tech 202 3 The advanced study of computer aided design/drafting to include 3D, CAD techniques 3D coordinates and layout, subsurface meshes, regions, solid modeling, and the connection to computer numerical control (CNC). The creation of presentation graphics using bitmap files, shading, and rendering is also presented. Spring Principles of Graphic Design and Tech212 3 The basic concepts, processes, and techniques involved in Graphic design, Print Print Production. graphic design for image generation and print production are Production introduced in this course. Fall Technology and Society. TECH300 3 A lecture-recitation course emphasizing the various impacts Technology of technology on the individual, society, environment and basic institutions. Technological matrix of various cultures. Fall, Spring Web Page Design TECH302 3 Introduction to electronic publishing on the Internet through Web design, layout and production of web pages. Emphasis on pro- duction of graphics, interface design, and navigability. Fall PC Hardware & Emerging Tech- TECH311 3 An introductory course to the personal computer with an empha- Computer nologies. sis on system hardware, boot-up sequence, configuration and customization, operating systems, upgrading, and troubleshoot- ing. The course will also examine emerging computer tech- nologies, various peripheral devices and interfaces, including network and computer wireless communications systems. Fall Fundamentals of Photography. TECH322 3 Introduction to the concepts, processes, technologies, and ap- Photography, Film plication of film and digital photography. Emphasis is on creating technically sound and compositionally pleasing images. Fall, Summer Technical Design TECH332 3 This advanced technical design course integrates design history, Technical design theory, concepts, planning, application, and production through a creative and inventive process concerned with the synthesis of such instrumental factors as engineering, technology, materials, aesthetics and usability into machine-producible solutions that balance all user needs and desires within technical and social constraints. Spring Field Experiences in Technology. TECH396 (1-6) Field Experiences in Technology. . Prerequisite: Junior standing Co-op or consent of instructor. Provides students with supervised op- portunities to engage in various technical, industrial or busi- ness experiences by working with and learning from practicing professionals. Fall, Spring, Summer Cooperative Education. TECH397 (1-6) A practical work experience with an approved company in busi- Co-op ness or industry, arranged by the student, faculty and employer. S/U grading. Fall, Spring, Summer Digital Photography & Imaging. TECH422 3 This advanced course in photography focuses on the concepts, Photography, Digital processes, technologies and applications of digital photography imaging, Ethics and imaging. It includes the utilization of cameras, digitizing technologies, and computer software designed specifically for creating, processing and editing images. Topics include this technology’s history, ethics, legal and regulatory issues, creative and scientific processes, and applications. Spring Advanced Graphic Design and TECH442 3 This lecture/lab course provides a deeper understanding of Design, Print produc- Print Production. graphic design with an emphasis on strategy, concept, design, tion and print production. Spring44 ITGT Instituto Tecnológico y Gráfico Tajamar
  • University of North DakotaGraphic Design Technology.Course Code Credits Description keywordsSenior Capstone TECH450 3 The capstone course is designed to integrate and reflect on Senior project coursework covered throughout the students’ program in order to demonstrate knowledge, understanding and competency re- lated to the program goals. The course also facilitates students’ transition from the academic to the professional world. SpringMultimedia Production. TECH452 3 This advanced graphics course is designed to explore multime- Multimedia dia production technologies, concepts, processes, methods, and techniques. The course provides hands-on experience applying multimedia technology to integrate graphics, text, sound and video into meaningful productions. SpringWorkshop. TECH493 (1-6) A workshop course on a specific topic. Fall, Spring, SummerGraphic Design Software and TECH492 (1-8) This course provides in-depth study and application of computer ComputerTechnologies. software and technologies specific to the field of graphic design in order to develop problem-solving techniques and enhance proficiency of skills. Practical problems from various environ- ments are integrated into the content. Fall, Spring, Summer Estudio comparativo de los contenidos relativos a la Industria Gráfica ofertados por Universidades Internacionales 45
  • Resultados obtenidos2. Glosario de palabras clave o “Key Words” referenciado a cursos.Recopilando toda la información recogida en el apartado anterior se hizo un glosario de palabras claveo “Key Words” consistente en ir buscando todos los programas donde se hace referencia a cada uno deesos “Key Words”En esta tabla se ha indicado la entrada y la asignatura de cada universidad identificada por su códigopropio. De esta manera se puede ir a las tablas del apartado anterior para ver la descripción detallada decada curso.Esta tabla también ilustra de modo visual la intensidad y la uniformidad con la que se trata un determinadotema en distintas universidades.Al mismo tiempo, puede ser una herramienta útil para las universidades para analizar si están identificandobien los distintos cursos utilizando las palabras clave para mostrar lo que quieren enseñar en cadaasignatura. Estudio comparativo de los contenidos relativos a la Industria Gráfica ofertados por Universidades Internacionales 47
  • Grupo 1 Diseño Gráfico KEYWORDS PALABRAS EASTER MINEAPOLIS NORTH PENNSYLV. PLYMOUTH PITTSBURG NEW JERSEY NORTH CLAVE ILLINOIS EASTERN (G.D) STTE. DAKOTA 2D 2D ART 1110 ART 1233 3D 3D ART 1111, ART 2333 ART202 AG 4370 G310, G332 AGD 364 Tech 202 ART 4911, ART 4921 Adevertising Publicidad G312, G230, G412 Architectural Diseño design arquitectónico Business Gestión Empresarial CAD CAD Tech122, Tech 202 Co-op Prácticas GRD 4010 AG3650 TECH396, empresa TECH397 Color Color ART 2050, ART 1253 ART109 G412, G133 ART 2910, ART 2920, ART 1001 Color manage- Gestión de GRD3080 PNP214 ment color Communica- Habilidades de G311, G321 tion skills comunicación Computer Informática ART 2013 AGD 276 TECH311, TECH492 Coporate Identidad ART 4920 GRD3070 ART410 AG 4370 G230, G422, AGD 360 identity corporativa G231 Cost estima- Estimación de tion costes Design Diseño GRD 5100, ART 4103, G412, G121, TECH442 GRD 5010 ART 1253, G132, G211, ART 3563 G224, G230, G332, G410, G422 DHTML DHTML Digital imaging Tratamiento GRD3080 ART260, AG 3300, AG G133, G212, AGD 264 TECH422 digital de PNP128, 2330 G223 imágenes PHO250, ART460 Digital printing Impresión digital Digital publish- Edición digital ing Drawing Dibujo ART 2000, ART 2003, ART180, G120, G210, ART 3911, ART 3123, ART340 G320, G410 ART 1001 ART 1213 Dreamweaver Dreamweaver AG 3050, AG 4350, AG 4370 Ethical Ética TECH422 File formats Formatos de ficheros Film Película GRD3060 TECH322 Finishing Acabados G32248 ITGT Instituto Tecnológico y Gráfico Tajamar
  • Grupo 1 Diseño GráficoKEYWORDS PALABRAS EASTER MINEAPOLIS NORTH PENNSYLV. PLYMOUTH PITTSBURG NEW JERSEY NORTH CLAVE ILLINOIS EASTERN (G.D) STTE. DAKOTAFlash Flash AG 3050, AG 4350Flexo FlexoGeometry GeometríaGraphic design Diseño Gráfico ART 2910 GRD2000, ART102, AG 2350, G135, G420 AGD 160, AGD Tech212 GRD3030, ART210, AG 3300, 264, AGD 370, GRD3050, ART310, AG 3360, AGD 391 GRD3060, ART410 AG 3500, AG GRD3070 4550Gravure HuecograbadoHealth Salud ART 2500History Historia ART 2601G, ART 2213, ART125, AG 3500 G131, G132 AGD 160, AGD ART 2602G, ART 3333, ART145, 420 ART 3940 ART 3563 ART330HR HRHTML HTML AG 3050ICC ICC PNP214Illustrations Ilustraciones ART 3921, ART 4163 G431, G230, AGD 264 ART 3911 G330, G410Illustrator Illustrator AG 2350, AG 3600, AG 4350Imposition Imposición G322InDesign InDesign AG 3360Industrial Diseñodesign industrialInformation Distribución dedistribution la informaciónInk TintasInventory InventariosJavaScript JavaScriptJDF JDFLayout Maquetación ART 4023 ART260, AG 2330, AG G212, G224 AGD 160 PNP127, 3360 ART235Leadership Liderazgo G311Marketing Marketing G225, G321Media law Leyes en medios de comunicaciónMultimedia Multimedia GRD3060 ART 4103, AG 3050 TECH452 ART 4073Offset OffsetPackaging Packaging AG 4370 AGD 364Painting Pintura ART 2050 ART 2413, ART122, G210, G320, ART 3323 ART340 G410Paper PapelPDF PDFPhotography Fotografía TECH322, TECH422 Estudio comparativo de los contenidos relativos a la Industria Gráfica ofertados por Universidades Internacionales 49
  • Grupo 1 Diseño Gráfico KEYWORDS PALABRAS EASTER MINEAPOLIS NORTH PENNSYLV. PLYMOUTH PITTSBURG NEW JERSEY NORTH CLAVE ILLINOIS EASTERN (G.D) STTE. DAKOTA Photoshop Photoshop AG 3300, AG 3600, AG 4350 Pitstop Pitstop Planning Planificación Plate Planchas POP POP ART310 Portfolio Portfolio ART 4749 GRD4000 ART 4903 ART420 AG3650, AG G430 AGD 499 4380 Preflight Preflight Print produc- Proceso de ART 2560 AGD 361 Tech212, tion producción TECH442 impresa Printing Proceso de GRD3080 ART 3563 AG 3480, process impresión AG3550 Process Control del control proceso Production Producción AG 3480 G322 Proofing Pruebas GRD3080 PNP214 Publishing Edición Quality control Control de calidad QuarkXPress QuarkXPress AG 3360 Readability Legibilidad ART 3910 AGD 261 Research Investigación ART 2749 GRD3070 AG 4910 G121 AGD 393, AGD 498 Retouching Retoque de PHO250 AG 2330 G133, G223, imágnes G312 Runability Maquinabilidad Safety Seguridad ART 2500 Sales Ventas Screen Serigrafía Senior project Proyecto final GRD 5010, ART496 AG 4390 AGD 498 TECH450 GRD 5100 Sheedfed Offset pliego Offset Standards Estándares GRD3080 Strategy Estrategia G225 Substrate Sustratos Swift 3D Swift 3D AG 4350 Symbol Simbolismo ART 3910, AG 3300 G135 ART 3911, ART 3921 Technical Diseño técnico TECH332 design Technology Tecnología TECH300 Trends Tendencias G331 Typeface Fuentes ART 3910, GRD2000, ART 2213 ART225, AG 2350, AG G412, G131, AGD 261, AGD ART 3920 GRD2010, PNP127, 3300 G211, G212, 361 GRD3020, ART235 G224, G312, GRD3060, G331, G422 GRD3080 Variable data Dato variable50 ITGT Instituto Tecnológico y Gráfico Tajamar
  • Grupo 1 Diseño GráficoKEYWORDS PALABRAS EASTER MINEAPOLIS NORTH PENNSYLV. PLYMOUTH PITTSBURG NEW JERSEY NORTH CLAVE ILLINOIS EASTERN (G.D) STTE. DAKOTAVisual com- Comunicación ART 4910, GRD2000munication visual ART 4911, ART 4920, ART 4921Waste DesperdicioWeb Web ART 4903 ART360 AG 3550, G427, G444 TECH302 AG 4350, AG 4370, AG 3050Web offset Offset bobinaWork Experiencia GRD4000 AG 3550, AGD 399, AGDexperience profesional AG 4380, AG 460 4900Workflow Flujos de PNP128 trabajo Estudio comparativo de los contenidos relativos a la Industria Gráfica ofertados por Universidades Internacionales 51
  • Grupo 2 Comunicación Gráfica ROCHESTER PALABRAS APPALACHIAN CALIFORNIA NORTH PENNSYLV. KEYWORDS INST. OF RYERSON CLAVE STATE POLYTECHNIC CAROLINA (G.C) TECH. 2D 2D 3D 3D GRA 3312, GRA 4522 Adevertising Publicidad 2082-367 Architectural Diseño GCS-334, design arquitectónico GCS-434, GCS-435 Business Gestión 2083-416, GRA 530, GRA Empresarial 2083-201 630, GRA 741, GRA 841 CAD CAD GCS-234 Co-op Prácticas empresa Color Color GCS-430. PNP214 2081-409, GRA 324 2081-562, 2081-577, 2081-711 Color manage- Gestión de GRA 3102, GRA GCS-120 PNP214 2081-763, GRA 533 ment color 3112, GRA 4512, 2081-711 GRA 4591 Communica- Habilidades de tion skills comunicación Computer Informática 4050-210 Coporate Identidad identity corporativa Cost estimation Estimación de GRA 3772 GRC 403 GCS-590. PNP352 GRA 116 costes Design Diseño DHTML DHTML GRA 422 Digital imaging Tratamiento GRA 1012, GRA GRC 202 GCS-331, PNP272, 2083-368, GRA103, GRA digital de 2102, GRA 3102, GCS-332 PNP128, 2081-409, 633, GRA 704 imágenes GRA 4512, GRA PNP127 2083-206, 4591, GRA 3312 2083-317 Digital printing Impresión GRA 4558 GRC 402 2082-401, GRA 634 digital 2083-323 Digital publish- Edición digital GRC 201 ing Drawing Dibujo GCS-133, GCS-233. Dreamweaver Dreamweaver Ethical Ética PNP35452 ITGT Instituto Tecnológico y Gráfico Tajamar
  • Grupo 2 Comunicación Gráfica ROCHESTER PALABRAS APPALACHIAN CALIFORNIA NORTH PENNSYLV.KEYWORDS INST. OF RYERSON CLAVE STATE POLYTECHNIC CAROLINA (G.C) TECH.File formats Formatos de GRA 3102 PNP220 2081-409 GRA103 ficherosFilm PelículaFinishing Acabados GRA 3012. GRC 324 GCS-130 PNP232, 2082-378 GRA 420, GRA PNP252, 534, GRA 320 PNP310Flash Flash GRA 422Flexo Flexo GRA 1222, GRA GRC 316 GCS 416 PNP215, 2081-364 GRA103, GRA 4566 PNP310 203, GRA 533, GRA 534Geometry Geometría GCS-133, GCS-233, GCS-433Graphic design Diseño Gráfico GRC 101 GCS-130, PNP127 GRA 102 GCS-430.Gravure Huecograbado GRA 1222. 2081-386Health Salud PNP354History Historia 2083-201HR HR PNP354HTML HTML GRA 422ICC ICC PNP214 2081-763 GRA 533Illustrations IlustracionesIllustrator Illustrator GRA 102Imposition Imposición GRC 324 PNP220 2082-378 GRA 323, GRA 423InDesign InDesign 2081-562 GRA 102, GRA 322Industrial Diseño GCS-333,design industrial GCS-533, GCS-534, GCS-536Information Distribución de 2082-313distribution la informaciónInk Tintas GCS-575 2081-458, 2081-367Inventory Inventarios 2082-313JavaScript JavaScript GRA 422JDF JDF GRA 420, GRA 704Layout Maquetación GCS-130, PNP127, 2083-217 GRA 102, GRA GCS-110 PNP236, 202, GRA 322 PNP252, PNP310Leadership Liderazgo Estudio comparativo de los contenidos relativos a la Industria Gráfica ofertados por Universidades Internacionales 53
  • Grupo 2 Comunicación Gráfica ROCHESTER PALABRAS APPALACHIAN CALIFORNIA NORTH PENNSYLV. KEYWORDS INST. OF RYERSON CLAVE STATE POLYTECHNIC CAROLINA (G.C) TECH. Marketing Marketing GRC 361 0105-440, GRA 741, GRA 2082-592 841 Media law Leyes en 2083-402 medios de comunicación Multimedia Multimedia PNP272 2083-323, GRA 422 2083-317, 2082-228 Offset Offset PNP124 2081-367 , GRA 203 2081-467 Packaging Packaging GRA 1222. GRC 101 PNP236 2082-367 GRA 102, GRA 423, GRA 843 Painting Pintura Paper Papel GCS-580 2081-367 PDF PDF GRA 633, GRA 322 Photography Fotografía GCS-330 Photoshop Photoshop 2081-562 GRA103, GRA 203 Pitstop Pitstop GRA 633 Planning Planificación GRA 3772 GRC 361 PNP470 2082-313 GRA 320, GRA 116 Plate Planchas PNP124, GRA 203 PNP215 POP POP Portfolio Portfolio Preflight Preflight GRA 4558 GRA 633 Print produc- Proceso de PNP352, 2083-216 GRA 204, GRA tion producción PNP252, 804 impresa PNP470 Printing pro- Proceso de GRA1003, GRA GRC 101 GCS-130 PNP124, 2082-387 GRA 104 cess impresión 1012, GRA 2102, PNP111 GRA 3012, GRA 3772 Process control Control del 2081-367 , proceso 2081-577, 2081-711 Production Producción GRA 3012., GRA GCS-585 2082-413 GRA 216 3772 Proofing Pruebas GRA 2102. PNP214, 2081-409 GRA 423, GRA PNP220 533 Publishing Edición GRC 101 2083-216, 2082-367 Quality control Control de GRA 3012., GRA GRC 320 PNP252 2081-763, GRA 320, GRA calidad 4566 2081-577 324, GRA 42454 ITGT Instituto Tecnológico y Gráfico Tajamar
  • Grupo 2 Comunicación Gráfica ROCHESTER PALABRAS APPALACHIAN CALIFORNIA NORTH PENNSYLV.KEYWORDS INST. OF RYERSON CLAVE STATE POLYTECHNIC CAROLINA (G.C) TECH.QuarkXPress QuarkXPress 2081-562 GRA 322Readability LegibilidadResearch Investigación GCS-292 GRA 634, GRA 804Retouching Retoque de GRA 3102, GRA GCS-332 PNP128 2083-368 GRA 423 imágnes 4512Runability Maquinabilidad GRA 104, GRA 204Safety Seguridad PNP124, GRA 204 PNP354Sales Ventas GRC 361 PNP470 2082-592 GRA 230Screen Serigrafía GCS-250 PNP310Senior project Proyecto final 2083-542Sheedfed Offset pliego GRC 328 GRA 104, GRAOffset 324Standards Estándares 2083-216 GRA 216, GRA 424Strategy Estrategia GRA 743Substrate Sustratos GRA 1012., GRA GRC 211 GCS 581 PNP213, 2082-387 GRA 104, GRA 3012, GRA 3112 PNP350 204, GRA 324Swift 3D Swift 3DSymbol SimbolismoTechnical Diseño técnicodesignTechnology Tecnología 2083-201Trends Tendencias GRA 4622. GRC 402 2083-201, GRA 743 , 2083-328 GRA 843Typeface Fuentes GRC 218 GCS-430. PNP127 2083-217 GRA 102, GRA 202Variable data Dato variable GRA 4558 GRC 338, GRC 0112-440, GRA 634 402 2082-401, 2083-323Visual com- Comunicaciónmunication visualWaste Desperdicio PNP354Web Web GRA 3512 GRC 101 GCS 418 2083-323, GRA 422 2083-316Web offset Offset bobina GRC 329 GRA 534Work Experiencia GRA 3622, GRAexperience profesional 4112Workflow Flujos de GRA 4558 GRC 203, GRC PNP128, 2082-401, GRA 103, GRA trabajo 338 PNP252 2081-409, 204, GRA 420, 2083-317, GRA 704, GRA 2082-413 843 Estudio comparativo de los contenidos relativos a la Industria Gráfica ofertados por Universidades Internacionales 55
  • Resultados obtenidos 3. Distribución de tiempo dedicado a cada Contenido Relevante En función de las palabras clave y la definición de la asignatura, el equipo investigador realizó una distribución porcentual en los Contenidos Relevantes que se abordaban en esa materia. Esta estimación se remitió a las universidades por si desearan realizar alguna modificación. Describimos un ejemplo concreto para que sirva de aclaración. Universidad de Pennsylvania. Programa de Graphic Communications Technology Asignatura de Premedia I. En función de la descripción de los contenidos el equipo investigador hizo la siguiente estimación. TRATAMIENTO DE IMÁGENES....50% DIGITALIZACIÓN ........................50% Lo que significa que en esta asignatura, el 50% del tiempo se dedicaría a tratar aspectos relacionados con tratamiento de imágenes y el otro 50% a tratar aspectos de Digitalización. Se mandó esta estimación a la universidad y la universidad hizo la siguiente corrección. PDF ..........................................25% GESTIÓN DE COLOR .................25% TRATAMIENTO DE IMÁGENES....25% DIGITALIZACIÓN ........................25% Lo que significa que el 25 % del tiempo de esa asignatura lo dedican a aspectos relacionados con PDF, el 25% a Gestión de color, el 25% a tratamiento de imágenes y el 25% a Digitalización. A las universidades norteamericanas se les envío las tablas con los Contenidos Relevantes en inglés junto con una breve explicación de cada Contenido Relevante, cuando se veía preciso también en inglés. En el Anexo II se incluye las tablas de Contenidos Relevantes junto con esa breve explicación de lo que incluía cada Contenido Relevante tanto en inglés como en español. Adjuntamos la distribución final con las correcciones de las universidades ya incorporadas con los Contenidos Relevantes en español.56 ITGT Instituto Tecnológico y Gráfico Tajamar
  • Advanced Flexographic Printing Methods Substrates, Inks and Color Management Web Development for Graphic Commu- Current Trends in Graphic Communica- Print Production Analysis and Control Advanced 3D Imaging and Animation Advanced Electronic Imaging/Cross Advanced Offset Printing Methods Digital Printing and Publishing Introduction to Flexography Graphic Communications II Orientation to Graphic Arts 3D Imaging and Animation Graphic Communications I Appalachian State University Electronic Prepress Technical Assistant Electronic Imaging tions Seminar GRA 3622 nications Media 1 FUNDAMENTOS DE DISEÑO 1,1 TIPOGRAFíA 1,2 HISTORIA 1,3 DISEÑO 3D 100% 100% 1,4 DIBUJO, PINTURA 2 MAQUETACIÓN 25% 3 IMPOSICIÓN 4 PDF 11% 5 PRUEBAS 33% 6 GESTIÓN DE COLOR 30% 10% 7 WEB 100% 7,1 MULTIMEDIA PREIMPRESIÓN 8 DIGITALIZACIÓN 33% 11% 70% 50% 9 TRATAMIENTO DE IMÁGENES 50% 10 PREFLIGTH 25% 11 OFFSET 11% 100% 12 HUECOGRABADO 50% 11% 13 FLEXOGRAFÍA 50% 11% 100%& POSTIMPRESIÓN 14 IMPRESIÓN DIGITAL 11% 25%IMPRESIÓN 15 TINTAS Y PAPEL 25% 80% 16 PACKAGING 17 ACABADOS 11% 18 FASES DE PRODUCCIÓN 25% 33% 20% 19 COSTES Y PRESUPUESTOS 20%DE PRODUCCIÓN 20 GESTIÓN DE LA PRODUCCIÓN 11% 20% 21 CONTROL DE CALIDAD 11% 10% 20%CONTROL 22 JDF 23 FLUJOS DE TRABAJO 20% 25% 24 GESTIÓN DE DATO VARIABLE 25 GESTIÓN EMPRESARIAL 26 GESTIÓN DE DATO VARIABLE 25% 27 MARKETING 28 NUEVAS TECNOLOGÍAS 100% 29 EXPERIENCIA PROFESIONAL 100% 100% 100% 30 INVESTIGACIÓN, PROYECTOS VARIOS 31 MEDIOAMBIENTE, NORMATIVAS 32 OTROS 25% Estudio comparativo de los contenidos relativos a la Industria Gráfica ofertados por Universidades Internacionales 57
  • Digital Content Management and Vari- Marketing and Sales Management for Estimating for Print and Digital Media Digital File Preparation and Workflow Introduction to Graphic Communica- nologies in Graphic Communication Digital Printing and Emerging Tech- Binding, Finishing, and Distribution Managing Quality in Graphic Com- Flexographic Printing Technology Web Offset and Gravure Printing Sheetfed Printing Technology Substrates, Inks and Toners Digital Publishing Systems Print and Digital Media California Polytechnic able Data Publishing Digital Photography Digital Typography Technologies munication Processes tion 1 FUNDAMENTOS DE DISEÑO 5% 25% 1,1 TIPOGRAFíA 10% 75% 1,2 HISTORIA 15% 1,3 DISEÑO 3D 1,4 DIBUJO, PINTURA 2 MAQUETACIÓN 25% 3 IMPOSICIÓN 25% 20% 4 PDF 10% 10% 5 PRUEBAS 20% 6 GESTIÓN DE COLOR 25% 5% 7 WEB 5% 10% 7,1 MULTIMEDIA 20% PREIMPRESIÓN 8 DIGITALIZACIÓN 10% 40% 9 TRATAMIENTO DE IMÁGENES 10% 25% 10% 10 PREFLIGTH 40% 5% 11 OFFSET 5% 80% 45% 12 HUECOGRABADO 5% 45% 13 FLEXOGRAFÍA 5% 80% & POSTIMPRESIÓN 14 IMPRESIÓN DIGITAL 5% 33%IMPRESIÓN 15 TINTAS Y PAPEL 5% 100% 16 PACKAGING 17 ACABADOS 5% 80% 5% 18 FASES DE PRODUCCIÓN 15% 5% 19 COSTES Y PRESUPUESTOS 80%DE PRODUCCIÓN 20 GESTIÓN DE LA PRODUCCIÓN 5% 21 CONTROL DE CALIDAD 100%CONTROL 22 JDF 10% 5% 23 FLUJOS DE TRABAJO 10% 45% 10% 10% 20% 20% 24 GESTIÓN COMERCIAL 40% 5% 25 GESTIÓN EMPRESARIAL 5% 20% 15% 26 GESTIÓN DE DATO VARIABLE 20% 32% 27 MARKETING 40% 28 NUEVAS TECNOLOGÍAS 10% 20% 10% 29 EXPERIENCIA PROFESIONAL 30 INVESTIGACIÓN, PROYECTOS VARIOS 31 MEDIOAMBIENTE, NORMATIVAS 32 OTROS Estudio comparativo de los contenidos relativos a la Industria Gráfica ofertados por Universidades Internacionales 59
  • Research Methods and Professional Health and Safety in the Visual Arts. Three-Dimensional Foundations. Introduction to Graphic Design. Two-Dimensional Foundations History of Graphic Design Visualization Studies III. Visualization Studies IV. Visualization Studies II. Eastern Illinois University Visualization Studies I. Graphic Abstractions. Senior Portfolio. History of Art II. History of Art I. Typography III. Typography IV. Printmaking I. Typography II. Typography I. Life Drawing. Drawing II Painting I. Practices. 1 FUNDAMENTOS DE DISEÑO 100% 1,1 TIPOGRAFíA 100% 100% 100% 100% 1,2 HISTORIA 100% 100% 100% 1,3 DISEÑO 3D 100% 50% 50% 1,4 DIBUJO, PINTURA 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 50% 50% 2 MAQUETACIÓN 3 IMPOSICIÓN 4 PDF 5 PRUEBAS 6 GESTIÓN DE COLOR 7 WEB PREIMPRESIÓN 7,1 MULTIMEDIA 8 DIGITALIZACIÓN 9 TRATAMIENTO DE IMÁGENES 10 PREFLIGTH 11 OFFSET 12 HUECOGRABADO& POSTIMPRESIÓN 13 FLEXOGRAFÍA 14 IMPRESIÓN DIGITALIMPRESIÓN 15 TINTAS Y PAPEL 16 PACKAGING 17 ACABADOS 18 FASES DE PRODUCCIÓN 19 COSTES Y PRESUPUESTOSDE PRODUCCIÓN 20 GESTIÓN DE LA PRODUCCIÓN 21 CONTROL DE CALIDADCONTROL 22 JDF 23 FLUJOS DE TRABAJO 24 GESTIÓN COMERCIAL 25 GESTIÓN EMPRESARIAL 26 GESTIÓN DE DATO VARIABLE 27 MARKETING 28 NUEVAS TECNOLOGÍAS 29 EXPERIENCIA PROFESIONAL 100% 30 INVESTIGACIÓN, PROYECTOS 100%VARIOS 31 MEDIOAMBIENTE, NORMATIVAS 100% 32 OTROS Estudio comparativo de los contenidos relativos a la Industria Gráfica ofertados por Universidades Internacionales 61
  • Typography: Hierarchy and Expression Graphic Design: Form and Methods Advanced Graphic Design Seminar Introduction to Graphic Design Introduction to Typography 3050 Publication Design Mineapolis College of Art & Design Professional Practice Electronic Prepress Motion Graphics Design Systems Senior Project Internship 1 FUNDAMENTOS DE DISEÑO 50% 100% 33% 20% 100% 14% 33% 1,1 TIPOGRAFíA 50% 100% 100% 10% 14% 1,2 HISTORIA 1,3 DISEÑO 3D 1,4 DIBUJO, PINTURA 2 MAQUETACIÓN 33% 14% 3 IMPOSICIÓN 33% 4 PDF 5 PRUEBAS 14% 6 GESTIÓN DE COLOR 14% 7 WEB PREIMPRESIÓN 7,1 MULTIMEDIA 10% 8 DIGITALIZACIÓN 9 TRATAMIENTO DE IMÁGENES 10 PREFLIGTH 11 OFFSET 12 HUECOGRABADO& POSTIMPRESIÓN 13 FLEXOGRAFÍA 14 IMPRESIÓN DIGITALIMPRESIÓN 15 TINTAS Y PAPEL 14% 16 PACKAGING 17 ACABADOS 18 FASES DE PRODUCCIÓN 19 COSTES Y PRESUPUESTOSDE PRODUCCIÓN 20 GESTIÓN DE LA PRODUCCIÓN 21 CONTROL DE CALIDADCONTROL 22 JDF 23 FLUJOS DE TRABAJO 24 GESTIÓN COMERCIAL 25 GESTIÓN EMPRESARIAL 33% 26 GESTIÓN DE DATO VARIABLE 27 MARKETING 28 NUEVAS TECNOLOGÍAS 29 EXPERIENCIA PROFESIONAL 14% 100% 100% 30 INVESTIGACIÓN, PROYECTOS 33% 100% VARIOS 31 MEDIOAMBIENTE, NORMATIVAS 32 OTROS 60% Estudio comparativo de los contenidos relativos a la Industria Gráfica ofertados por Universidades Internacionales 63
  • CONTROL IMPRESIÓN VARIOS PREIMPRESIÓN DE PRODUCCIÓN & POSTIMPRESIÓN 32 31 23 22 21 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 20 17 16 15 14 13 10 19 18 12 9 11 8 7,1 7 6 5 4 3 2 1,4 1,3 1,2 1,1 1 JDF PDF WEB OTROS OFFSET PRUEBAS PREFLIGTH ACABADOS PACKAGING HISTORIA MARKETING IMPOSICIÓN DISEÑO 3D FLEXOGRAFÍA MULTIMEDIA TIPOGRAFíA MAQUETACIÓN DIGITALIZACIÓN TINTAS Y PAPEL HUECOGRABADO IMPRESIÓN DIGITAL GESTIÓN DE COLOR DIBUJO, PINTURA FLUJOS DE TRABAJO GESTIÓN COMERCIAL CONTROL DE CALIDAD NUEVAS TECNOLOGÍAS FASES DE PRODUCCIÓN GESTIÓN EMPRESARIAL North Carolina COSTES Y PRESUPUESTOS FUNDAMENTOS DE DISEÑO EXPERIENCIA PROFESIONAL GESTIÓN DE DATO VARIABLE INVESTIGACIÓN, PROYECTOS TRATAMIENTO DE IMÁGENES GESTIÓN DE LA PRODUCCIÓN MEDIOAMBIENTE, NORMATIVAS Agricultutal & Technical University Designing for Graphic Communications 50% 50% 100% Color Management Graphic Communications Technology 13% 13% 13% 13% 13% 13% 13% 13% Introduction to Drafting Technology 100% Drafting of Geometrical Entities 100% Computer Aided Drafting 100% Screen Printing Technology 100% Technical Communication 100% Introduction to Photographic Imaging 20% 80% Advanced Photographic Imaging 100% Digital Image Editing 100% Electric/Electronic Drafting 50% 50% Architectural Drafting 100% Flexographic Package and Specialty 30% 70% Printing Web Design for Graphic Communications 50% 50% Technical Illustration and Design 100% Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing 15% 15% 70% Advanced Architectural Drafting 100% Architectural Design and Modeling 100% Machine Design and Drafting 100% Cartographic Drafting and Design 100% Tool and Machine Design 100% Principles of Ink Technology 100% Principles of Paper Technology 100% Principles of Ink and Paper Technology 100%Estudio comparativo de los contenidos relativos a la Industria Gráfica ofertados por Universidades Internacionales Graphic Communications Production 100% Management 65 Estimating in Graphic Communications 100%
  • Computer Applications in Art Northeastern State University Multimedia Design Publication Design Graphic Design II Figure Drawing I Graphic Design I Printmaking Watercolor I Typography Illustration 2D Design 3D Design Drawing II Drawing I Painting I Portfolio Color I 1 FUNDAMENTOS DE DISEÑO 50% 50% 100% 1,1 TIPOGRAFíA 100% 1,2 HISTORIA 50% 100% 1,3 DISEÑO 3D 100% 1,4 DIBUJO, PINTURA 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 2 MAQUETACIÓN 50% 3 IMPOSICIÓN 50% 4 PDF 5 PRUEBAS 6 GESTIÓN DE COLOR 100% 7 WEB 50% PREIMPRESIÓN 7,1 MULTIMEDIA 100% 8 DIGITALIZACIÓN 9 TRATAMIENTO DE IMÁGENES 10 PREFLIGTH 11 OFFSET 12 HUECOGRABADO& POSTIMPRESIÓN 13 FLEXOGRAFÍA 14 IMPRESIÓN DIGITALIMPRESIÓN 15 TINTAS Y PAPEL 16 PACKAGING 17 ACABADOS 18 FASES DE PRODUCCIÓN 19 COSTES Y PRESUPUESTOSDE PRODUCCIÓN 20 GESTIÓN DE LA PRODUCCIÓN 21 CONTROL DE CALIDADCONTROL 22 JDF 23 FLUJOS DE TRABAJO 24 GESTIÓN COMERCIAL 25 GESTIÓN EMPRESARIAL 26 GESTIÓN DE DATO VARIABLE 27 MARKETING 28 NUEVAS TECNOLOGÍAS 29 EXPERIENCIA PROFESIONAL 100% 30 INVESTIGACIÓN, PROYECTOS VARIOS 31 MEDIOAMBIENTE, NORMATIVAS 32 OTROS 100% Estudio comparativo de los contenidos relativos a la Industria Gráfica ofertados por Universidades Internacionales 67
  • Art History: Ancient through 15th Century Modern Art and the Contemporary Image Graphic Design: Point of Purchase (POP) Graphic Design, Corporate Identity (CID) Introduction to Digital Photography Introduction to Computer Graphics Introduction to Three-Dimensional Applied Typography and Design Introduction to Graphic Design Advanced Computer Graphics Graphic Design for the Web Pennsylvania State University History of Graphic Design Two-Dimensional Design (Graphic Design Program) Design and Color Portfolio Design Senior Project Type Design II Type Design I PreMedia II PreMedia I Illustration Drawing Painting Design 1 FUNDAMENTOS DE DISEÑO 100% 50% 33% 50% 100% 100% 50% 1,1 TIPOGRAFíA 33% 33% 100% 100% 1,2 HISTORIA 100% 100% 33% 1,3 DISEÑO 3D 100% 1,4 DIBUJO, PINTURA 100% 100% 100% 2 MAQUETACIÓN 33% 10% 3 IMPOSICIÓN 4 PDF 5 PRUEBAS 20% 6 GESTIÓN DE COLOR 50% 40% 7 WEB 100% PREIMPRESIÓN 7,1 MULTIMEDIA 8 DIGITALIZACIÓN 33% 30% 20% 9 TRATAMIENTO DE IMÁGENES 100% 50% 100% 20% 50% 10 PREFLIGTH 11 OFFSET 10% 12 HUECOGRABADO& POSTIMPRESIÓN 13 FLEXOGRAFÍA 10% 14 IMPRESIÓN DIGITALIMPRESIÓN 15 TINTAS Y PAPEL 10% 16 PACKAGING 17 ACABADOS 18 FASES DE PRODUCCIÓN 10% 19 COSTES Y PRESUPUESTOSDE PRODUCCIÓN 20 GESTIÓN DE LA PRODUCCIÓN 21 CONTROL DE CALIDADCONTROL 22 JDF 23 FLUJOS DE TRABAJO 24 GESTIÓN COMERCIAL 25 GESTIÓN EMPRESARIAL 26 GESTIÓN DE DATO VARIABLE 27 MARKETING 28 NUEVAS TECNOLOGÍAS 29 EXPERIENCIA PROFESIONAL 100% 30 INVESTIGACIÓN, PROYECTOS 100% VARIOS 31 MEDIOAMBIENTE, NORMATIVAS 32 OTROS 20% Estudio comparativo de los contenidos relativos a la Industria Gráfica ofertados por Universidades Internacionales 69
  • Introduction to the Graphic Communica- Trends and Issues in Printing and Pub- Screen and Specialty Imaging Tech- Printing Production Management Applied Typography and Design Packaging and Product Design Advanced Imaging Techniques Finishing and Distribution Pennsylvania State University Digital Media Publishing (Graphic Communication Program) Inks and Substrates Production Printing Printing Estimating Offset Lithography Output Workflow tions Industry Flexography PreMedia II PreMedia I niques lishing 1 FUNDAMENTOS DE DISEÑO 33% 17% 17% 1,1 TIPOGRAFíA 33% 1,2 HISTORIA 1,3 DISEÑO 3D 1,4 DIBUJO, PINTURA 2 MAQUETACIÓN 33% 17% 17% 3 IMPOSICIÓN 50% 25% 4 PDF 25% 5 PRUEBAS 25% 33% 6 GESTIÓN DE COLOR 25% 33% 7 WEB 25% PREIMPRESIÓN 7,1 MULTIMEDIA 50% 8 DIGITALIZACIÓN 25% 33% 9 TRATAMIENTO DE IMÁGENES 25% 10 PREFLIGTH 25% 11 OFFSET 100% 12 HUECOGRABADO& POSTIMPRESIÓN 13 FLEXOGRAFÍA 100% 17% 14 IMPRESIÓN DIGITALIMPRESIÓN 15 TINTAS Y PAPEL 100% 16 PACKAGING 50% 17 ACABADOS 100% 17% 18 FASES DE PRODUCCIÓN 17% 17% 25% 25% 19 COSTES Y PRESUPUESTOS 100% 25%DE PRODUCCIÓN 20 GESTIÓN DE LA PRODUCCIÓN 17% 25% 21 CONTROL DE CALIDAD 17% 25%CONTROL 22 JDF 23 FLUJOS DE TRABAJO 25% 17% 17% 24 GESTIÓN COMERCIAL 25 GESTIÓN EMPRESARIAL 26 GESTIÓN DE DATO VARIABLE 25% 27 MARKETING 28 NUEVAS TECNOLOGÍAS 50% 25% 29 EXPERIENCIA PROFESIONAL 30 INVESTIGACIÓN, PROYECTOS 25% VARIOS 31 MEDIOAMBIENTE, NORMATIVAS 50% 32 OTROS 100% 25% Estudio comparativo de los contenidos relativos a la Industria Gráfica ofertados por Universidades Internacionales 71
  • Advanced flash Animation and effects Independent Study in Graphic Design Special Problems in Graphic Design Advanced Photoshop And Illustrator An Introduction to Graphic Design PSU Student Design Company. Student Design Co. Internship. Production for Graphic Design History Of Graphic Design. Digital Multimedia Design Plymouth State University Graphic Design IV Graphic Design III Graphic Design VI Graphic Design II Graphic Design V Graphic Design I Techniques. Internship Software 1 FUNDAMENTOS DE DISEÑO 100% 100% 33% 17% 100% 100% 1,1 TIPOGRAFíA 33% 1,2 HISTORIA 20% 33% 100% 1,3 DISEÑO 3D 17% 1,4 DIBUJO, PINTURA 2 MAQUETACIÓN 20% 3 IMPOSICIÓN 20% 4 PDF 5 PRUEBAS 6 GESTIÓN DE COLOR 7 WEB 20% 70% 100% 17% PREIMPRESIÓN 7,1 MULTIMEDIA 15% 8 DIGITALIZACIÓN 9 TRATAMIENTO DE IMÁGENES 20% 15% 33% 100% 10 PREFLIGTH 11 OFFSET 12 HUECOGRABADO& POSTIMPRESIÓN 13 FLEXOGRAFÍA 14 IMPRESIÓN DIGITALIMPRESIÓN 15 TINTAS Y PAPEL 16 PACKAGING 17 ACABADOS 18 FASES DE PRODUCCIÓN 33% 19 COSTES Y PRESUPUESTOSDE PRODUCCIÓN 20 GESTIÓN DE LA PRODUCCIÓN 33% 17% 21 CONTROL DE CALIDADCONTROL 22 JDF 23 FLUJOS DE TRABAJO 24 GESTIÓN COMERCIAL 25 GESTIÓN EMPRESARIAL 26 GESTIÓN DE DATO VARIABLE 27 MARKETING 28 NUEVAS TECNOLOGÍAS 29 EXPERIENCIA PROFESIONAL 100% 100% 17% 50% 100% 30 INVESTIGACIÓN, PROYECTOS 17% 50% VARIOS 31 MEDIOAMBIENTE, NORMATIVAS 100% 32 OTROS Estudio comparativo de los contenidos relativos a la Industria Gráfica ofertados por Universidades Internacionales 73
  • Advanced Imaging: Restoration and Retouching Information Architecture: Publishing Systems Networking IT Course Soho Networking Media Distribution and Transmission Database Systems Management Finishing and Digital Imposition Ink Chemistry and Formulation News Production Management Advanced Color Management Typography and Page Design Color Perception & Analysis Rochester Institute of Technology Printing Process Controls New Media Team Project New Media Perspectives Image Process Workflow Operations Management Media Industry Analysis Tone and Color Analysis Substrates and Printing Digital Printing Process Imaging for New Media Media Business Basics Lithographic Process II Multimedia Publishing Lithographic Process I Multimedia Strategies Flexographic Process Webpage Production Marketing and Sales Digital Foundations Internet Marketing Gravure Process Media Law 1 FUNDAMENTOS DE DISEÑO 1,1 TIPOGRAFíA 50% 1,2 HISTORIA 50% 1,3 DISEÑO 3D 1,4 DIBUJO, PINTURA 2 MAQUETACIÓN 20% 50% 3 IMPOSICIÓN 50% 4 PDF 5 PRUEBAS 20% 6 GESTIÓN DE COLOR 100% 100% 30% 70% 7 WEB 100% PREIMPRESIÓN 7,1 MULTIMEDIA 50% 100% 25% 50% 50% 8 DIGITALIZACIÓN 30% 20% 9 TRATAMIENTO DE IMÁGENES 70% 33% 20% 100% 10 PREFLIGTH 20% 11 OFFSET 70% 100% 12 HUECOGRABADO 100%& POSTIMPRESIÓN 13 FLEXOGRAFÍA 100% 14 IMPRESIÓN DIGITAL 33%IMPRESIÓN 15 TINTAS Y PAPEL 100% 30% 100% 16 PACKAGING 25% 17 ACABADOS 50% 18 FASES DE PRODUCCIÓN 33% 19 COSTES Y PRESUPUESTOSDE PRODUCCIÓN 20 GESTIÓN DE LA PRODUCCIÓN 33% 100% 60% 10% 21 CONTROL DE CALIDAD 70% 10%CONTROL 22 JDF 23 FLUJOS DE TRABAJO 33% 24 GESTIÓN COMERCIAL 50% 25% 25 GESTIÓN EMPRESARIAL 100% 25% 25% 50% 26 GESTIÓN DE DATO VARIABLE 100% 33% 25% 27 MARKETING 70% 50% 25% 25% 28 NUEVAS TECNOLOGÍAS 50% 30% 50% 29 EXPERIENCIA PROFESIONAL 30 INVESTIGACIÓN, PROYECTOS 50% VARIOS 31 MEDIOAMBIENTE, NORMATIVAS 100% 40% 32 OTROS 100% 10% Estudio comparativo de los contenidos relativos a la Industria Gráfica ofertados por Universidades Internacionales 75
  • Manufacturing Management for Graphic Intermediate Electronic Premedia II Intermediate Electronic Premedia I Managing Advanced Technology II Managing Advanced Technology I Electronic Document Design II Estimating in the Graphic Arts Intro to Electronic Premedia II Electronic Document Design I Management of Workflow II Management of Workflow I Adv Electronic Premedia II Selling in the Graphic Arts Adv Electronic Premedia I Quality Control in Printing Layout and Typography II Layout and Typography I Ryerson University Management Studies IV Management Studies III Binding and Finishing II Management Studies II Binding and Finishing I Management Studies I Introductory Premedia Printing Processes IV Printing Processes III Printing Processes II Printing Processes V Printing Processes I Arts 1 FUNDAMENTOS DE DISEÑO 33% 1,1 TIPOGRAFíA 33% 33% 1,2 HISTORIA 33% 1,3 DISEÑO 3D 1,4 DIBUJO, PINTURA 2 MAQUETACIÓN 33% 50% 3 IMPOSICIÓN 25% 33% 20% 100% 33% 4 PDF 50% 50% 5 PRUEBAS 33% 50% 6 GESTIÓN DE COLOR 25% 50% 7 WEB 50% PREIMPRESIÓN 7,1 MULTIMEDIA 50% 8 DIGITALIZACIÓN 9 TRATAMIENTO DE IMÁGENES 10 PREFLIGTH 50% 11 OFFSET 50% 20% 25% 50% 12 HUECOGRABADO& POSTIMPRESIÓN 13 FLEXOGRAFÍA 25% 20% 25% 50% 14 IMPRESIÓN DIGITAL 50%IMPRESIÓN 15 TINTAS Y PAPEL 50% 25% 16 PACKAGING 33% 20% 17 ACABADOS 100% 100% 18 FASES DE PRODUCCIÓN 25% 20% 19 COSTES Y PRESUPUESTOS 50% 25%DE PRODUCCIÓN 20 GESTIÓN DE LA PRODUCCIÓN 50% 25% 100% 20% 21 CONTROL DE CALIDAD 25% 100%CONTROL 22 JDF 50% 23 FLUJOS DE TRABAJO 25% 20% 25% 10% 24 GESTIÓN COMERCIAL 25 GESTIÓN EMPRESARIAL 100% 100% 50% 100% 26 GESTIÓN DE DATO VARIABLE 50% 25% 27 MARKETING 50% 28 NUEVAS TECNOLOGÍAS 100% 50% 29 EXPERIENCIA PROFESIONAL 100% 30 INVESTIGACIÓN, PROYECTOS 100% VARIOS 31 MEDIOAMBIENTE, NORMATIVAS 25% 32 OTROS Estudio comparativo de los contenidos relativos a la Industria Gráfica ofertados por Universidades Internacionales 77
  • Foundations of Electronic Production. Portfolio Preparation For Graphic History and Analysis of Design. Digital Image Manipulation Digital Image Manipulation Contemporary Typography Intractive Portfolio Design Design Team production Intermediate illustration Communication Design The Art Institute of Pittsburg Concept Development Advanced typography Design and tecnology Packaging Graphics Dimensional design Editorial Illustration Digital Illustration II Graphic Symbolism Graphic illustration Advertising Design Design marketing. Design principles. Corporate identity Digital illustration Electronic design Web Animation Mixed Media. Life Drawing. Art direction Typography Portfolio Design. 1 FUNDAMENTOS DE DISEÑO 33% 100% 100% 50% 100% 20% 25% 33% 33% 50% 50% 50% 100% 33% 1,1 TIPOGRAFíA 50% 50% 20% 100% 1,2 HISTORIA 50% 100% 1,3 DISEÑO 3D 100% 33% 30% 1,4 DIBUJO, PINTURA 100% 100% 50% 33% 50% 2 MAQUETACIÓN 100% 3 IMPOSICIÓN 20% 4 PDF 5 PRUEBAS 6 GESTIÓN DE COLOR 20% 7 WEB 50% 33% PREIMPRESIÓN 7,1 MULTIMEDIA 50% 50% 8 DIGITALIZACIÓN 9 TRATAMIENTO DE IMÁGENES 100% 100% 50% 40% 20% 100% 10 PREFLIGTH 11 OFFSET 12 HUECOGRABADO& POSTIMPRESIÓN 13 FLEXOGRAFÍA 20% 14 IMPRESIÓN DIGITALIMPRESIÓN 15 TINTAS Y PAPEL 16 PACKAGING 70% 17 ACABADOS 20% 18 FASES DE PRODUCCIÓN 20% 19 COSTES Y PRESUPUESTOSDE PRODUCCIÓN 20 GESTIÓN DE LA PRODUCCIÓN 21 CONTROL DE CALIDADCONTROL 22 JDF 23 FLUJOS DE TRABAJO 24 GESTIÓN COMERCIAL 25 GESTIÓN EMPRESARIAL 50% 26 GESTIÓN DE DATO VARIABLE 27 MARKETING 100% 33% 28 NUEVAS TECNOLOGÍAS 29 EXPERIENCIA PROFESIONAL 33% 50% 50% 33% 50% 100% 33% 30 INVESTIGACIÓN, PROYECTOS 33% 25% VARIOS 31 MEDIOAMBIENTE, NORMATIVAS 32 OTROS Estudio comparativo de los contenidos relativos a la Industria Gráfica ofertados por Universidades Internacionales 79
  • Independent Study in Graphic Design Independent Research in Graphic Identity (or AGD 365 Book Arts) Introduction to Graphic Design Computers for Designers Topics in Graphic Design The College of New Jersey Advanced Typography GD8: Senior Research G.D. History/Issues 3D Graphic Design Words and Image Design Center GD9: Seminar Typography I Internship Design 1 FUNDAMENTOS DE DISEÑO 50% 50% 100% 100% 20% 20% 40% 1,1 TIPOGRAFíA 50% 100% 100% 1,2 HISTORIA 100% 1,3 DISEÑO 3D 100% 1,4 DIBUJO, PINTURA 50% 2 MAQUETACIÓN 33% 3 IMPOSICIÓN 4 PDF 5 PRUEBAS 6 GESTIÓN DE COLOR 7 WEB PREIMPRESIÓN 7,1 MULTIMEDIA 8 DIGITALIZACIÓN 33% 9 TRATAMIENTO DE IMÁGENES 33% 30% 10 PREFLIGTH 11 OFFSET 12 HUECOGRABADO& POSTIMPRESIÓN 13 FLEXOGRAFÍA 14 IMPRESIÓN DIGITAL 80% 80%IMPRESIÓN 15 TINTAS Y PAPEL 16 PACKAGING 17 ACABADOS 18 FASES DE PRODUCCIÓN 30% 19 COSTES Y PRESUPUESTOSDE PRODUCCIÓN 20 GESTIÓN DE LA PRODUCCIÓN 21 CONTROL DE CALIDADCONTROL 22 JDF 23 FLUJOS DE TRABAJO 24 GESTIÓN COMERCIAL 25 GESTIÓN EMPRESARIAL 26 GESTIÓN DE DATO VARIABLE 27 MARKETING 28 NUEVAS TECNOLOGÍAS 29 EXPERIENCIA PROFESIONAL 100% 100% 30 INVESTIGACIÓN, PROYECTOS 100% VARIOS 31 MEDIOAMBIENTE, NORMATIVAS 32 OTROS Estudio comparativo de los contenidos relativos a la Industria Gráfica ofertados por Universidades Internacionales 81
  • PC Hardware & Emerging Technologies. Graphic Design Software and Technolo- Principles of Graphic Design and Print Advanced application of CADD tech- Advanced Graphic Design and Print Field Experiences in Technology. Digital Photography & Imaging. Fundamentals of Photography. Computer aided Design. Technology and Society. Multimedia Production. Cooperative Education. University of North Dakota Web Page Design Technical Design Senior Capstone Production. Production. Workshop. niques gies. 1 FUNDAMENTOS DE DISEÑO 50% 25% 50% 1,1 TIPOGRAFíA 1,2 HISTORIA 25% 1,3 DISEÑO 3D 50% 100% 1,4 DIBUJO, PINTURA 50% 2 MAQUETACIÓN 3 IMPOSICIÓN 4 PDF 5 PRUEBAS 6 GESTIÓN DE COLOR 7 WEB 100% PREIMPRESIÓN 7,1 MULTIMEDIA 100% 8 DIGITALIZACIÓN 100% 50% 9 TRATAMIENTO DE IMÁGENES 100% 10 PREFLIGTH 11 OFFSET 12 HUECOGRABADO& POSTIMPRESIÓN 13 FLEXOGRAFÍA 14 IMPRESIÓN DIGITALIMPRESIÓN 15 TINTAS Y PAPEL 16 PACKAGING 17 ACABADOS 18 FASES DE PRODUCCIÓN 50% 25% 50% 19 COSTES Y PRESUPUESTOSDE PRODUCCIÓN 20 GESTIÓN DE LA PRODUCCIÓN 25% 21 CONTROL DE CALIDADCONTROL 22 JDF 23 FLUJOS DE TRABAJO 24 GESTIÓN COMERCIAL 25 GESTIÓN EMPRESARIAL 26 GESTIÓN DE DATO VARIABLE 27 MARKETING 28 NUEVAS TECNOLOGÍAS 50% 29 EXPERIENCIA PROFESIONAL 100% 100% 30 INVESTIGACIÓN, PROYECTOS 100% VARIOS 31 MEDIOAMBIENTE, NORMATIVAS 50% 50% 32 OTROS 100% 100% Estudio comparativo de los contenidos relativos a la Industria Gráfica ofertados por Universidades Internacionales 83
  • Resultados obtenidosAplicando esos porcentajes a los créditos de cada asignatura se obtienen los créditos que cadauniversidad asigna a cada Contenido Relevante. Cada universidad tiene un total de créditos distinto. Parapoder comparar la dedicación que le dedica cada universidad a cada Contenido Relevante se calcula elporcentaje de tiempo que le dedica.Utilizamos el ejemplo anterior para clarificar este aspecto. Universidad de Pennsylvania. Programa de Graphic Communications Technology Asignatura de Premedia I.Habíamos viso que la distribución de la asignatura Premedia I en los Contenidos Relevantes era: PDF ..........................................25% GESTIÓN DE COLOR ................25% TRATAMIENTO DE IMÁGENES ...25% DIGITALIZACIÓN ........................25%Esta asignatura tiene 3 créditos con lo que los créditos que se dedican a cada uno de estos contenidosrelevantes son 3 * 0.25 = 0,75 PDF ........................................................ 0.75 créditos GESTIÓN DE COLOR .............................. 0.75 créditos TRATAMIENTO DE IMÁGENES.................. 0.75 créditos DIGITALIZACIÓN ...................................... 0.75 créditosEl Programa de Graphic Communications Technology tiene un total de 57 créditos (sólo secontabilizan los créditos de aquellas asignaturas que entran en el estudio) por lo tanto el porcentajesobre el total del curso que esta asignatura asigna a cada uno de estos contenidos relevantes será:0.75 / 57 *100 = 1,32 % PDF .................................................................. 1,32% GESTIÓN DE COLOR ......................................... 1,32% TRATAMIENTO DE IMÁGENES............................ 1,32% DIGITALIZACIÓN ................................................ 1,32%Sumando los porcentajes sobre el total del curso que cada asignatura dedica a cada Contenido Relevantese obtiene la distribución de tiempo que el programa dedica a cada Contenido RelevanteEn este programa en concreto, Premedia I es la única asignatura que trata la temática referente a PDF;por lo tanto, el peso que este curso le dedica al contenido relevante PDF será de 1,32 %Adjuntamos las tablas donde se resumen los porcentajes de tiempo dedicados por cada programa a cadaContenido Relevante. Estas tablas son el resumen de la Información Obtenida y la principal herramientapara el Análisis de los Resultados y las Conclusiones.Para facilitar el análisis se ordenan los Contenidos Relevantes de estas tablas en función del porcentajemedio de tiempo asignado, llevándolo a cabo de forma independiente para cada familia de ContenidosRelevantes. Estudio comparativo de los contenidos relativos a la Industria Gráfica ofertados por Universidades Internacionales 85
  • Resultados obtenidos University of North Dakota Plymouth State University Eastern Illinois University Mineapolis College of Art The College of New Pennsylvania State Northeastern State The Art Institute of Group 1. Graphic Design Medias (G.D.) University. University Pittsburg & Design Jersey 1 FUNDAMENTOS DE DISEÑO 5,1% 27,0% 11,8% 21,0% 26,0% 25,1% 23,5% 7,7% 18,4% 1,4 DIBUJO, PINTURA 45,8% 35,3% 13,0% 10,8% 2,9% 3,1% 13,9% 1,1 TIPOGRAFíA 20,3% 21,1% 5,9% 11,6% 2,1% 7,1% 14,7% 10,4% 1,2 HISTORIA 15,3% 8,8% 10,1% 9,6% 4,8% 5,9% 1,5% 7,0% 9 TRATAMIENTO DE IMÁGENES 13,9% 10,5% 13,2% 3,7% 8,2% 6,2% 1,3 DISEÑO 3D 10,2% 5,9% 4,3% 1,0% 5,3% 5,9% 9,2% 5,2% 7 WEB 2,9% 4,3% 12,9% 2,7% 6,1% 3,6% 7,1 MULTIMEDIA 0,8% 5,9% 0,9% 3,2% 6,1% 2,1% 2 MAQUETACIÓN 3,7% 2,9% 1,9% 1,3% 3,2% 2,0% 1,9% 8 DIGITALIZACIÓN 3,6% 2,0% 9,2% 1,8% 6 GESTIÓN DE COLOR 1,1% 5,9% 3,9% 0,6% 1,4% PREIMPRESIÓN 3 IMPOSICIÓN 2,6% 2,9% 1,3% 0,6% 0,9% 5 PRUEBAS 1,1% 0,9% 0,2% 4 PDF 10 PREFLIGTH 96,6% 57,3% 88,2% 88,7% 65,6% 76,7% 60,6% 51,0% 73,1% 14 IMPRESIÓN DIGITAL 14,1% 1,8% 16 PACKAGING 2,3% 0,3% & POSTIMPRESIÓN 15 TINTAS Y PAPEL 1,1% 0,4% 0,2% 13 FLEXOGRAFÍA 0,4% 0,6% 0,1% IMPRESIÓN 17 ACABADOS 0,6% 0,1% 11 OFFSET 0,4% 0,1% 12 HUECOGRABADO 0,0% 1,1% 0,0% 1,3% 0,0% 3,5% 14,1% 0,0% 2,5% 18 FASES DE PRODUCCIÓN 0,4% 2,1% 0,6% 1,8% 7,7% 1,6% 20 GESTIÓN DE LA PRODUCCIÓN 3,1% 1,5% 0,6% DE PRODUCCIÓN 19 COSTES Y PRESUPUESTOS 21 CONTROL DE CALIDAD CONTROL 22 JDF 23 FLUJOS DE TRABAJO 0,0% 0,0% 0,0% 0,4% 5,2% 0,6% 1,8% 9,2% 2,2% 29 EXPERIENCIA PROFESIONAL 16,5% 5,9% 4,3% 18,8% 11,3% 17,6% 12,2% 10,8% 30 INVESTIGACIÓN, PROYECTOS 1,7% 17,9% 4,3% 4,2% 1,9% 5,9% 6,1% 5,3% 32 OTROS 4,6% 5,9% 0,9% 12,2% 3,0% 31 MEDIOAMBIENTE, NORMATIVAS 1,7% 6,3% 6,1% 1,8% 27 MARKETING 4,3% 0,5% 25 GESTIÓN EMPRESARIAL 2,6% 1,6% 0,5% 28 NUEVAS TECNOLOGÍAS 3,1% 0,4% VARIOS 24 GESTIÓN COMERCIAL 26 GESTIÓN DE DATO VARIABLE 3,4% 41,6% 11,8% 9,6% 29,2% 19,1% 23,5% 39,8% 22,2%86 ITGT Instituto Tecnológico y Gráfico Tajamar
  • Resultados obtenidos North Carolina Agricultutal & Technical University California Polytechnic Rochester Institute of University (Printing) Pennsylvania State Ryerson University Appalachian State Group 2. Graphic Communication Medias (G.C.) Technology University 6 GESTIÓN DE COLOR 2,6% 1,7% 3,7% 3,4% 10,1% 2,6% 4,0% 9 TRATAMIENTO DE IMÁGENES 3,3% 2,8% 7,9% 1,5% 6,9% 3,7% 8 DIGITALIZACIÓN 10,7% 2,9% 3,0% 3,4% 1,4% 3,6% 3 IMPOSICIÓN 6,5% 2,6% 1,9% 1,5% 3,4% 1,7% 2,7% 7 WEB 0,9% 15,6% 2,6% 1,4 DIBUJO, PINTURA 0,5% 4,4% 1,3% 7,3% 2,6% 7,1 MULTIMEDIA 1,5% 0,5% 2,0% 1,7% 2,3% 2,4% 1 FUNDAMENTOS DE DISEÑO 13,0% 2,2% 2,2% 1,3 DISEÑO 3D 2,9% 8,0% 1,7% 2,2% 1,1 TIPOGRAFíA 6,3% 6,0% 3,9% 1,1% 2,1% 2 MAQUETACIÓN 2,2% 1,4% 3,4% 0,7% 2,9% 2,0% PREIMPRESIÓN 5 PRUEBAS 1,6% 1,2% 3,9% 2,4% 2,9% 1,7% 10 PREFLIGTH 1,6% 2,6% 1,5% 0,7% 1,7% 1,3% 4 PDF 0,7% 1,3% 1,5% 3,4% 1,2% 1,2 HISTORIA 0,9% 1,9% 1,3% 1,1% 0,9% 42,3% 28,4% 40,7% 33,3% 37,7% 28,9% 35,2% 15 TINTAS Y PAPEL 6,8% 8,0% 12,2% 5,9% 6,6% 2,6% 7,0% 13 FLEXOGRAFÍA 10,5% 4,9% 4,9% 6,9% 2,5% 4,1% 5,6%& POSTIMPRESIÓN 11 OFFSET 7,2% 9,0% 0,5% 5,9% 4,3% 5,0% 5,3% 17 ACABADOS 0,7% 5,2% 0,5% 6,9% 1,3% 6,9% 3,6%IMPRESIÓN 12 HUECOGRABADO 2,4% 2,9% 0,8% 1,7% 1,6% 14 IMPRESIÓN DIGITAL 4,0% 2,2% 0,5% 2,5% 1,2% 16 PACKAGING 2,9% 0,8% 1,8% 0,9% 31,7% 32,2% 18,5% 28,4% 18,9% 22,2% 25,3% 20 GESTIÓN DE LA PRODUCCIÓN 1,3% 0,3% 3,7% 7,4% 2,6% 3,6% 19 COSTES Y PRESUPUESTOS 2,0% 6,2% 3,7% 2,5% 6,3% 6,7% 3,5%DE PRODUCCIÓN 21 CONTROL DE CALIDAD 2,7% 7,7% 2,5% 2,7% 4,3% 3,3% 23 FLUJOS DE TRABAJO 2,9% 7,2% 3,4% 0,8% 2,8% 2,9%CONTROL 18 FASES DE PRODUCCIÓN 5,1% 1,2% 4,9% 1,1% 1,6% 2,3% 22 JDF 1,1% 1,7% 0,5% 14,1% 23,6% 7,4% 20,6% 11,0% 19,7% 16,0% 32 OTROS 1,6% 24,6% 7,4% 3,7% 6,2% 25 GESTIÓN EMPRESARIAL 2,2% 3,0% 4,4% 3,9% 5,2% 3,6% 28 NUEVAS TECNOLOGÍAS 2,7% 6,3% 12,1% 3,1% 26 GESTIÓN DE DATO VARIABLE 1,6% 3,4% 1,5% 5,0% 2,6% 2,4% 31 MEDIOAMBIENTE, NORMATIVAS 0,3% 5,0% 2,9% 3,5% 0,9% 2,1% 27 MARKETING 3,1% 5,7% 1,7% 1,8% 30 INVESTIGACIÓN, PROYECTOS 3,7% 1,5% 1,7% 3,4% 1,7% VARIOS 29 EXPERIENCIA PROFESIONAL 6,5% 3,4% 1,7% 24 GESTIÓN COMERCIAL 3,5% 2,5% 1,0% 12,0% 15,9% 33,3% 17,6% 32,4% 29,3% 23,4% Estudio comparativo de los contenidos relativos a la Industria Gráfica ofertados por Universidades Internacionales 87
  • Análisis Resultados Análisis de los resultados Del estudio de los contenidos se aprecia que existen dos grupos claramente diferenciados: Un Grupo 1, que oferta titulación de Diseño Gráfico (Graphic Design); y un Grupo 2, que ofrece titulaciones en Comunicación Gráfica. El primer grupo centra la mayoría de sus materias en la parte creativa y preimpresión. El segundo grupo presenta materias que cubren todo el proceso gráfico con una cierta uniformidad. El análisis de los resultados se ha realizado de forma independiente para estos dos grupos. La mayoría de los programas se ajustan fácilmente a una de estas dos clasificaciones, quedando los programas de North Carolina y Pittsburgh menos claros de asignación. Estos programas tienen una componente mayoritaria de preimpresión, pero tocan también ciertos procesos de producción. Se realizó la distribución en función del nombre del programa. El de Pittsburgh, denominado Graphic Design, se incluyo en el primer grupo de Diseño Gráfico, y el programa de North Carolina, denominado Graphic Communications, se contabilizó dentro del segundo. Antes de analizar los resultados de ambos grupos por separado, resulta conveniente compararlos brevemente. El subconjunto de diseño es sensiblemente mayor al grupo que abarca todo el proceso (8 programas frente a 6). Esto es más significativo si se tiene en cuenta que uno de los criterios para la elección de programas era que ofrecieran mayor variedad de procesos en sus programas según Print and Graphics Scholarship Foundation. Incluso dentro de los programas del grupo 2, sólo CalPoly University, dedica mayor porcentaje a los contenidos referidos a procesos de impresión que a preimpresión. Si comparamos la dedicación a los Contenidos Relevantes que se han agrupado dentro “otros”, los programas “Diseño Gráfico” dedican unos porcentajes de tiempo sensiblemente superiores a “Experiencia profesional” e “Investigación y proyectos” y sensiblemente inferior a “Nuevas tecnologías”.88 ITGT Instituto Tecnológico y Gráfico Tajamar
  • Análisis ResultadosGrupo1. Diseño Gráfico.Es significativo el valor medio tan elevado dedicado a la tipografía (fuentes, legibilidad, historia de latipografía, etc.) aunque varía mucho entre universidades.Se dedica un porcentaje significativo a la parte Web y multimedia, lo que contrasta con el escaso tiempoasignado a nuevas tecnologías.Hay una dedicación muy pequeña a la gestión de color y no aparece en ningún programa alusión algunaal formato PDF (generación, optimización, automatización, etc.).La impresión digital es el único sistema de impresión que se analiza y, además, muy someramente.Prácticamente no se dedica tiempo a estudiar el proceso de producción ni el control de calidad. Estosdatos se pueden interpretar como una brecha importante entre la parte de diseño y la parte de produccióndel producto gráfico.No se hace referencia en ninguno de los programas a la gestión, o trabajo con datos variables.Se le dedica un tiempo considerablemente elevado a la experiencia profesional.Grupo 2. Comunicación Gráfica.En los Contenido Relevantes del apartado de preimpresión es significativo la dedicación de tiempoasignada a contenidos Web y Multimedia, la mayor si se suman ambos.La gestión de color tiene un peso muy representativoEl PDF apenas se estudia, o al menos no se especifica como tal en la descripción detallada de losprogramas.En la parte de sistemas de producción, se dedica un porcentaje elevado a las materias primas (tintas ypapel principalmente) ya como asignatura específica o dentro de otras.El sistema de impresión más relevante, por el número de horas dedicadas, es el de flexo pero sindiferencias significativas con el offset. Huecograbado e impresión digital están sensiblemente por detrás.Es destacable que se le dedica el mismo orden de magnitud al proceso de impresión digital en lasasignaturas del grupo 1 en “Diseño Gráfico” que en los del grupo 2 “Comunicación Gráfica” donde seanaliza todo el proceso gráfico.Hay que considerar que desde el principio se excluyó a la serigrafía como contenido relevante propio.Cuando ocasionalmente ha aparecido alguna referencia a serigrafía en algún programa se ha catalogadodentro de “Otras temáticas”.Se dedica poco tiempo al packaging, al menos según la descripción obtenida de las institucionesacadémicas. Esto puede ser debido a la existencia de programas específicos como es el caso de RIT queofrece un Bachelor Degree en Packaging Science en otra facultad distinta, el College of Applied Scienceand Technology (http://www.rit.edu/cast/undergraduate-programs.php)La dedicación a los acabados es muy dispar, algunas universidades les dedican una parte muyrepresentativa (Pennsylvania y Ryerson) mientras que en otras tiene una dedicación reducida (NorthCaroline y Appalachian).La asignación al JDF es prácticamente inexistente, sólo Ryerson y California Polytechnic hace una ligeramención en sus programas.En la parte de producción, el aspecto más relevante es la estimación de costes y presupuestos.Es significativa la dedicación a Dato Variable, principalmente en los programas de RIT y CalPoly University. Estudio comparativo de los contenidos relativos a la Industria Gráfica ofertados por Universidades Internacionales 89
  • Conclusiones Conclusiones del estudio Las principales conclusiones obtenidas del estudio son las siguientes: • Las universidades norteamericanas son más transparentes a la hora de mostrar los cursos, ofertados en muchas ocasiones con gran detalle. La dificultad en encontrar la información en instituciones europeas puede llevar a migración de posibles estudiantes hacia universidades norteamericanas. • Existe una ruptura entre la parte de diseño y la parte de producción, dándose mayor relieve en la formación universitaria a la etapa creativa que a la productiva. La producción queda relegada, en ocasiones, a especialidades dentro de un curso más genérico; o a acciones formativas de corta duración, o seminarios específicos sobre materias concretas. Uno de los expertos remarcaba que estos cursos con un carácter más profesional son ofertados con frecuencia por asociaciones como por ejemplo PIA, más que por universidades. • En general, se da muy poco peso a la enseñanza de software específico primándose más la parte de concepto, o la de integración de procesos. Se asume que el alumno ya sabe utilizar programas concretos o que los puede aprender por su cuenta, pero que no es la universidad el sitio para adquirir esta formación. • El Diseño Web y multimedia no es una tendencia o nueva tecnología aplicada, sino algo actual que demanda una parte importante del tiempo. • El proceso de impresión Offset ya no tiene la importancia de antaño. Ahora compite con la flexografía al mismo nivel, en cuanto al tiempo empleado en la universidad. El huecograbado tiene el mismo peso que la impresión digital, lo que supone un descenso importante del primero y un ascenso importante del digital. Es interesante la apreciación realizada por un experto referente a que el sistema Flexo está mucho más expandido en Estados Unidos que en Europa, con lo que la extrapolación de estos datos a España hay que hacerla con cierta precaución. • Dentro de los procesos de impresión, se da mayor importancia a cómo interactúan las materias primas (tinta y papel) que al propio sistema específico. • Los acabados mantienen su peso específico. • Los profesionales que se quieran formar en el proceso gráfico van a necesitar unos conocimientos importantes de la componente industrial del proceso (gestión de costes, gestión de producción, aspectos empresariales, etc.), junto con cierto dominio en gestión de bases de datos para tratar dato variable. • No se encuentra ninguna universidad que, por el momento, dedique un tiempo significativo al JDF90 ITGT Instituto Tecnológico y Gráfico Tajamar
  • ConclusionesPosibles implicaciones para el profesorado español.• Parece importante no centrar la formación en el campo gráfico hacia el uso de programas, ya sean programas de edición o retoque de imágenes como programas de generación de PDF u otros formatos, sino centrarse más bien en el valor añadido que puede aportar la parte creativa o la parte de integración de procesos.• El dato variable va a tener un peso cada vez mayor y por tanto el profesorado tendrá que formarse en gestión de bases de datos. Es conveniente tener en cuenta el comentario de un experto que indicaba que en Estados Unidos existen bases de datos públicas que han facilitado el trabajo con dato variable no así en Europa, por lo que los datos obtenidos no son extrapolables directamente.• En el mundo de la impresión, la necesidad de conocimientos químicos va a ser más necesaria. La interacción entre tintas y substratos adquiere mayor relevancia y disminuye la necesidad de conocimientos y experiencia en equipos específicos de producción.• La flexografía va a crecer en comparación con el sistema Offset y, por lo tanto, se va a requerir un incremento del tiempo invertido para esa formación.• Los formadores deben conocer los acabados para poder aportar una formación en profundidad en ese campo.• La industria gráfica ha de verse como tal: como un proceso industrial; por lo tanto, se debe incrementar la formación en aspectos industriales como gestión de costes o de producción. Estudio comparativo de los contenidos relativos a la Industria Gráfica ofertados por Universidades Internacionales 91
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  • Anexo IUniversities Information SummaryName of University Name of course Degree and full detailsAppalachian State University Graphic Arts and Imaging Technol- BSc, Bachelor of science in ogy. GAIT. graphic arts.California Polytechnic Graphic Communications BSc, Degree in graphic communications.Eastern Illinois University Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in art Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in art with option in graphic design with option in graphic designMineapolis College of Art & Design Graphic Design BA.bachelor of art in graphic design.North Carolina Agricultutal & Technical Graphic communications systems BS.c, bachelor of science inUniversity and technological studies. printing and publishing.Northeastern State University Graphic Design BA. Bachelor of Arts.Pennsylvania State University Graphic Design BSc, degree in graphic design.Pennsylvania State University Graphic Communications Technol- (AAS) associate of applied ogy GT (printing) science degree.Plymouth State University Graphic Design BFA (MINOR IN GRAPHIC ARTS.Rochester Institute of Technology Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic BFA degree, bachelor of fine art Design degree.Ryerson University Graphic Communications Technol- Bachelor of Technology (BTech) ogyThe Art Institute of Pittsburg Graphic Design BSc, Bachelor of science in Graphic design.The College of New Jersey Graphic Design BFA degree,Graphic design.University of North Dakota Graphic design technology. BSc, Bachelor of science in Graphic design Technology. Estudio comparativo de los contenidos relativos a la Industria Gráfica ofertados por Universidades Internacionales 97
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  • Anexo II BREVE DESCRIPCIÓN DE LAS MATERIAS QUE PODRÍAN INCLUIR LOS ELEMENTOS CLAVE 1 FUNDAMENTOS FUNDAMENTALS OF DISEÑO GRÁFICO ELEMENTOS GRAPHIC DESIGN, DESIGN DEL DISEÑO DESIGN Y PRINCIPIOS DEL DISEÑO, PRINCIPLES, PACKAGING CLASIFICACIONES, DISEÑO DESIGN, BRANDING, CORPORATE DE ENVASES, DISEÑO DESIGN CORPORATIVO 1,1 TIPOGRAFÍA TYPOGRAPHY TIPOGRAFÍA, HISTORIA DE TYPOGRAPHY, HISTORY, FONTS, TIPOGRAFÍA, FUENTES, READIBILITY LEGIBILIDAD 1,2 HISTORIA HISTORY HISTORIA DE ARTE, DISEÑO, ART AND DESIGN HISTORY 1,3 DISEÑO EN 3D 3D DESIGN DISEÑON E 3D, CAD, 3D DESIGN, CAD, RENDERING REDERIZACIÓN 1,4 DIBUJO, PINTURA DRAWING, PAINTING 2 MAQUETACIÓN LAYOUT MONOPÁGINA Y MULTIPÁGINA LAYOUT, SINGLE OR MULTI- CON INDESIGN, QUARK O PAGED, SOFTWARE USED: SIMILARES INDESIGN, QUARK, ETC. 3 IMPOSICIÓN IMPOSITION IMPOSICIÓN Y OBTENCIÓN DE IMPOSITION, PRINT FORM FORMAS IMPRESORAS. GENERATION, CTP, ETC 4 PDF PDF CREACIÓN, EDICIÓN DE PDFs PDF´S GENERATION AND EDITING 5 PRUEBAS PROOFING PRUEBAS DIGITALES Y HARD PROOFING AND SOFT PRUEBAS DE PANTALLA PROOFING 6 GESTIÓN DE COLOR COLOR MANAGE- TEORÍA DE COLOR, GESTIÓN COLOR THEORY, COLOR MENT DE COLOR, DISPOSITIVOS MANAGEMNET, MEASUREMENT DE MEDIDA, ESPACIOS DEVICES, COLOR SPACE, ICC COLORIMÉTRICOS, PERFILES PROFILES ICC 7 WEB WEB CREACIÓNY EDICIÓN DE WEB DOCUMENTS CREATION DOCUMENTOS PARA LA WEB, AND EDITION, XML, HTML, XML, HTML, SOFTWARE: SOFTWARE: DREAMWEAVER, DREAMWEAVER, FLASH FLASH 7,1 MULTIMEDIA MULTIMEDIA MULTIMEDIA MULTIMEDIA 8 DIGITALIZACIÓN DIGITALIZTION CAPTURA DE IMÁGENES, SCANNER, DIGITAL ESCÁNER, FOTOGRAFÍA PHOTOGRAPHY DIGITAL. 9 TRATAMIENTO DE DIGITAL IMAGING TRATAMIENTO DE IMÁGENES, RETOUCHING, FORMAT IMÁGENES CONVERSIÓN DE FORMATOS, CONVERSION, DIGITAL DRAWING, Preimpresion PROGRAMAS DE RETOQUE SOFTWARE: PHOTOSHOP, COMO, PHOTOSHOP U ILLUSTRATOR OTROS, DIBUJO VECTORIAL, ILLUSTRATOR, 10 PREFLIGHT PREFLIGTH SISTEMAS DE VERIFICACIÓN FILE CHECKING, SOFTWARE Y CHEQUEO DE ARCHIVOS, USED PROGRAMAS EMPLEADOS100 ITGT Instituto Tecnológico y Gráfico Tajamar
  • Anexo II 11 OFFSET OFFSET IMPRESIÓN OFFSET EN PLIEGO SHEE-TFED AND WEB OFFSET, Y ROTATIVA, ELEMENTOS DE MAKE READY, PRINT RUN, PREPARACIÓN, CONTROL DEL PROCESS CONTROL, PROCESS PROCESO Y DE LAS VARIABLES COLOR PRINTING, PROCESS QUE INTERVIENEN, CONTROL VARIABLES DEL COLOR EN LA TIRADA 12 HUECO GRAVURE IMPRESIÓN EN HUECO, GRAVURE PRINTING, MAKE READY, ELEMENTOS DE PREPARACIÓN, PRINT RUN, PROCESS CONTROL, CONTROL DEL PROCESO PROCESS COLOR PRINTING, Y DE LAS VARIABLES QUE PROCESS VARIABLES INTERVIENEN, CONTROL DEL COLOR EN LA TIRADA 13 FLEXO FLEXO IMPRESIÓN EN FLEXO, FLEXO PRINTING, MAKE READY, ELEMENTOS DE PREPARACIÓN, PRINT RUN, PROCESS CONTROL, CONTROL DEL PROCESO PROCESS COLOR PRINTING, Y DE LAS VARIABLES QUE PROCESS VARIABLES, INTERVIENEN, CONTROL DEL COLOR EN LA TIRADA 14 IMPRESIÓN DIGITAL DIGITAL PRINTING IMPRESIÓN DIGITAL, DIGITAL PRINTING, PRINT RUN, CONTROL DEL PROCESO PROCESS CONTROL, PROCESS Y DE LAS VARIABLES QUE COLOR PRINTING, PROCESS INTERVIENEN, CONTROL VARIABLES, TECHNOLOGIES: Impresónn y postimpresión DEL COLOR EN LA TIRADA, ELECTROPHOTOGRAPHY, INKJET. CLASIFICACIÓN, TECNOLOGÍAS: ELECTROFOTOGRAFÍA, INKJET, ETC, 15 TINTAS Y PAPEL INK AND PAPER FABRICACIÓN, PROPIEDADES, PROPERTIES, MANUFACTURING ENSAYOS, EQUIPOS DE PROCESS, TESTING DEVICES, MEDICIÓN, MAQUINABILIDAD RUNNABILITY 16 PACKAGING PACKAGING LA INDUSTRIA DEL PACKAGING, PACKAGING INDUSTRY, SOPORTES, TECNOLOGÍAS SUBSTRATES, TECHNOLOGIES 17 ACABADOS FINISHING PROCESOS DE IMPOSICIÓN IMPOSITION TECHNIQUES, Y ACABADO, EQUIPAMIENTO, EQUIPMENT, CUTTING, FOLDING, CORTE, PLEGADO, BINDING, DIE CUTTING, ENCUADERNADO, TROQUELADO, EMBOSSING, ETC… ESTAMPADO, ETC 18 FASES DE PRINT INDUSTRY DESCRIPCIÓN DEL PROCESO STUDY OF ALL TEH PROCESSES PRODUCCIÓN PROCESSES GRÁFICO, INVOLVED IN THE PRODUCTION GRÁFICA OF A PRINT PRODUCT 19 COSTES Y COST ESTIMATION ESTIMACIÓN DE COSTES, COST ESTIMATION, BUDGETS, PRESUPUESTOS PRESUPUESTOS, SOFTWARE SOFTWARE USED UTILIZADO 20 GESTIÓN DE LA PRODUCTION GESTIÓN, SISTEMAS DE EQUIPMENT, QUIALITY CONTROL, PRODUCCIÓN MANAGEMENT CALIDAD, SEGUIMIENTO PLANNING, SCHEUDLLING, ORDENES DE TRABAJO, PRODUCTION CONTROL, PLANIFICACIÓN, PRODUCCIÓN, RESOURCES ASSIGNATION ASIGNACIÓN DE RECURSOSControl de producción 21 CONTROL DE QUALITY CONTROL CONTROL DE CALIDAD EN EL QUALITY CONTROL, QUALITY CALIDAD DE PROCESO GRÁFICO SYSTEMS PROCESO 22 JDF JDF INTRODUCCIÓN A JDF, JDF ENABLE SYSTEMS AND SISTEMAS COMPATIBLES, EQUIPMENT, ROL OF JDF IN RELACIONES CON EL PROCESO PRODUCTION PRODUCTIVO 23 FLUJOS DE WORKFLOW TIPOS, GESTIÓN DE FLUJOS DE DIGITAL WORKFLOW DEFINITION TRABAJO TRABAJO AND CONTROL, SOFTWARE RELATED Estudio comparativo de los contenidos relativos a la Industria Gráfica ofertados por Universidades Internacionales 101
  • Anexo II 24 GESTIÓN SALES GESTIÓN COMERCIAL, VENTAS SALES, CUSTOMER COMERCIAL MANAGEMENT EN ARTES GRÁFICAS, TRATO RELATIONSHIP CON CLIENTES 25 GESTIÓN BUSSINESS GESTIÓN EMPRESARIAL EN BUSSINES ADMINISTRATION IN EMPRESARIAL LA INDÚSTRIA GRÁFICA THE PRINT INDUSTRY 26 GESTIÓN DE DATO VARIABLE DATA SOFTWARE EMPLEADO, SOFTWARE USED, DATA BASE VARIABLE MANAGEMENT MANJO DE BASES DE MANAGEMENT, GENERATION DATOS, GENERACIÓN DE OF VARIABLE FILES FOR DOCUMENTOS VARIABLES, PRINTING, OPTIMIZATION OPTIMIZACIÓN 27 MARKETING MARKETING MARKETING Y PLANES DE MARKETING, BRANDING NEGOCIO, PARA ARTES GRÁFICAS 28 NUEVAS NEW TECHNOLOGIES TECNOLOGÍAS Y TENDENCIAS NEW TECHNOLOGIES AND TECNOLOGÍAS AND TRENDS EN LA INDUSTRIA GRÁFICA, TRENDS IN THE PRINT NUEVOS MODELOS DE INDUSTRY, EMERGING NEGOCIO BUSINESS MODELS 29 EXPERIENCIA WORK EXPERIENCE PRÁCTICAS EN EMPRESAS, INTERNSHIP, CO-OP, PROFESIONAL CREACIÓN DE PORTFOLIO, PORTFOLIO, LEADERSHIP, HABILIDADES DE COMMUNICATION SKILLS COMUNICACIÓN, LIDERAZGO, ETC 30 INVESTIGACIÓN, RESEARCH, TRABAJO DE INVESTIGACIÓN, RESEARCH, CAPSTONE, PROYECTOS PROJECTS PRYECTOS FINALES SENIOR PROJECT, ETC 31 MEDIOAMBIENTE, ENVIRONMENT, MEDIOAMBIENTE, SEGURIDAD ENVIRONMENT, HELTH AND NORMATIVAS STANDARDS E HIGIENE, NORMATIVAS, SAFTY, LEGAL ISSUES, NORMS ASPECTOS LEGALES, ANS STANDARDS, COPYRIGHT COPYRIGHT Varios 32 OTRAS OTHER TOPICS OTROS TEMAS NO TRATADOS DIFFERNT ISSUES NOT TEMÁTICAS EN APARTADOS ANTERIORES INCLUDED IN PREVIOUSE TOPICS102 ITGT Instituto Tecnológico y Gráfico Tajamar