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The Minor in Photography is designed to provide a solid foundation in Photography and will compliment a student’s major area of study. Students will engage in the core courses of the Photography Department and choose an elective in a specialized area.
As a result of successfully completing program requirements, students should be able to:
utilize a DSLR camera as a primary tool for visual research;
analyze and incorporate photographic composition and color strategies into the photographic practice;
analyze contemporary issues and professional practices pertaining to photographic imaging culture;
produce assignments, projects or a cohesive photographic body of work;
operate advanced software applications and workflows pertaining to still and moving image capture/output; and
articulate and evaluate their work through advance research techniques and collaborative, critique methods.