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Photography Courses

All photography students within the College of Art take the same core foundation studio courses as the other BFA majors during the first year. Portfolio reviews are conducted to further enhance learning through external feedback.

Below are a few of the courses offered in the BA and BFA Photography Degree:

  • ART 1060, Introduction to Darkroom Photography
  • ART 1100, Introduction to Digital Photography
  • ART 2300, Intermediate Photography
  • ART 2360, Studio Lighting Photography
  • ART 3060, Advanced Photography
  • ART 3061, Photography Printmaking
  • ART 3360, Photo Workshop
  • ART 4360, Photo Professional Practice
  • ART 4860, Photography Thesis
  • ART 2370, Photo History
  • ART 4370, Critical Texts in Photo

All students pursuing a B.F.A. degree must complete at least one internship for college credit. Students may work in any art or design-related employment, such as advertising, publishing, photography, or galleries. Students can earn up to 6 credits towards their degree. 

See a full listing of the BFA required courses here.

See a full listing of BA required courses here.