MASTERSTUDIES

2 MSc Programs in Printmaking

An MSc is a postgraduate degree that students may choose to pursue after completing their bachelor’s degree. The pursuit of a Master in Science allows students to further hone their skills to perform expertly in their chosen fields when the time comes to choose a career or to advance in an existing career path.

What is an MSc in Printmaking? Students who seek a career in publishing or technical print often choose this degree program to learn about the tools of the trade and gain more experience with print media of all types. While students are usually expected to complete courses in the general graphic design field, they also can select courses more closely tailored to their career path, such as business print or working with a publishing house. Information technology, material science, typography, digital archiving, and imaging science are typical courses in this program’s curriculum.

As is the case with most master’s degree programs, participants are usually required to master several skills during their learning experience, including critical thinking, graphic design, and handling a variety of different types of design software. These are skills that can help boost graduates’ lives outside of their job as well as within the professional sphere.

Prospective students should always perform thorough research on tuition prices. The costs of master's programs vary between different schools and countries, so it’s worthwhile to check out a variety of options.

Students who master printmaking may find that a wide variety of jobs open up to them after graduation, both inside and outside of the art world. Some of the more artistically inclined careers that holders of this Master of Science degree might be accepted into include curator, exhibiting artist, master printer or screen printer. Other potential positions are community arts administrator, museum staff member, pre-press designer and print prototype technician.

For the sake of convenience, the busy graduate student may opt to take courses locally, online or even internationally. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

2 Results in Printmaking Filter

Master of Science in Print Media

Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT)
MSc
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2 years
English
Campus

This program is transitioning to the College of Engineering Technology, to be completed on July 1, 2019. The MS program in print media offers students an opportunity to explor ...

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MS in Surface Imaging

Thomas Jefferson University
MSc
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Full-time
English
Campus

The Master of Science in Surface Imaging is a unique program utilizing a variety of state-of-the-art digital printing technologies at the Center of Excellence in Surface Imagi ...

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