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Photography (Minor)

The minor in photography is a concentrated program of study that lets students design their approaches to the photographic arts. It takes the processes of optical and mechanical reproduction as its starting points and emphasizes the role(s) of photography historically through culture. Six courses are required for a photography minor.

​Course Requirements

Course Title Quarter Hours
Select one of the following:4
ART 101
DIGITAL FOUNDATIONS
ART 105
TWO-DIMENSIONAL FOUNDATIONS
ART 114
FOUR DIMENSIONAL FOUNDATIONS
Select one of the following:4
ART 104
CREATING ART
ART 200
ART & ARTISTS IN CONTEMPORARY CULTURE
ART 220
THINKING PHOTOGRAPHY
HAA 265
HISTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHY
Select any four Photography courses from the following:16
ART 224
BEGINNING DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY
ART 225
BEGINNING PHOTOGRAPHY
ART 226
VIDEO ART
ART 289
EXPERIMENTAL FILM AND VIDEO
ART 292
COMMUNITY VIDEO PRODUCTION
or ART 383
SERVICE LEARNING IN THE ARTS INTERNSHIP
ART 304
THE PHOTOGRAPHIC BOOK
ART 321
INTERMEDIATE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY
ART 323
INTERMEDIATE PHOTOGRAPHY
ART 325
ADVANCED PHOTOGRAPHY PROJECTS
ART 326
SPECIAL TOPICS IN EXPERIMENTAL VIDEO ART
ART 328
DOCUMENTARY PHOTOGRAPHY
ART 329
ADVANCED DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY
ART 332
TOPICS IN PHOTOGRAPHIC PRACTICE
ART 377
PHOTOJOURNALISM
ART 395
SPECIAL TOPICS IN STUDIO PRACTICE
ART 393
SENIOR PROJECT STUDIO

Students majoring in Art, Media, and Design (BA) or (BFA) or Art (BA) are restricted from earning this minor.

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