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- Students work in our 14,000-square-foot main laboratory and have access to two additional laboratories containing state-of-the-art printing and packaging equipment.
- The Sonoco Institute brings together the graphic communications and packaging science departments for synergistic classes, seminars and workshops.
- Each semester, Graphic Communications hosts an Intern Employer Day, which provides time with representatives from more than 40 companies.
- Clemson is the first university to offer an undergraduate course in functional materials and printed electronics.
Think of all the products you use every day, each of which was designed, marketed, printed, packaged, sold and delivered. As a student in Graphic Communications you will develop both the technical and creative abilities to become a successful professional in a technology-driven and dynamic multi-billion-dollar industry. Graphic Communications majors will learn the skills necessary for many different career focuses including graphic design, distribution, technology, printing, packaging, marketing and web design/development. Our unique concept of hands-on learning will prepare you for a variety of professions within the realm of graphic communications.