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Photography

The photography concentration prepares the art major for the significant role photography plays in fine and commercial art practices in the world today.

Photography is a 27 credit concentration within the fine arts major program. Students will take courses in black and white photography, color photography, electronic photography, and can choose courses in graphic design and printmaking. As seniors, students will create a final photography project and portfolio.

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Photography Concentration – 120 credits

A. General Education 38 credits

B, Additional Degree Requirements 6 credits

C. General Electives  14 credits

D. Core Major Requirements 23 credits

E. Photography Required Courses – 27 credits

ART 155 – Basic Processes and Principles of Photography – 3 credits
ART 254 – Color Photography – 3 credits
ART 255 – Digital Photography – 3 credits
ART 256 – Intermediate Photography – 3 credits
ART 355 – Advanced Photography – 3 credits
ART 456 – Photography Studio – 3 credits
ART – Art History elective at 300 or 400 level – 3 credits

F. Choice of 6 credits from this list:

ART 221 – Graphic Design – 3 credits
ART 250 – Printmaking: Relief – 3 credits
ART 351 – Printmaking: Serigraphy & Digital – 3 credits
ART 352 – Printmaking: Intaglio & Lithography – 3 credits
ART 354 – Alternative Photographic Processes – 3 credits

G. Art Electives – 15 credits

Minor in Photography - 18 credits

ART 120 – Foundations of Contemporary Design – 3 credits
ART 155 – Basic Processes and Principles of Photography – 3 credits
ART 254 – Color Photography – 3 credits
ART 256 – Digital Photography – 3 credits
ART 354 – Alternative Photographic Processes – 3 credits
ART 255 – Intermediate Photography – 3 credits

TOTAL 18 credits