Oct 23, 2020  
2020-2021 Catalog 
  
2020-2021 Catalog

Studio Arts Specialization: Photographic Media Arts, Associate of Applied Arts


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Program Code: 532-03

The Specialization in Photographic Media Arts provides students with instruction in current photographic technology, video and related media. Students are provided an opportunity to tell stories, capture moments and communicate through the use of visual images. Students will be introduced to composition, lighting techniques and a variety of camera equipment, hardware and software necessary for the capture, imaging and output of photographic projects. Students will be introduced to techniques and best practices regarding ideation, creative processes and visual problem solving, a skill set mandatory for the highly competitive field of photography. Graduates are prepared for jobs in the photography industry, to include agency photographer, photographer’s assistant, freelance photographer, fine art photographer, and art center educators.

Semester Total: 16


Semester Total: 15


Semester Total: 18


Semester Total: 15


Program Total Minimum Credits: 64


Program Footnotes:


1 Eligible courses are listed under General Education Core Requirements . Students should consult with an academic advisor or counselor to choose the appropriate course(s).

2 Students may substitute CST 110  for CST 100 . Students planning to transfer should consult the transfer institution to ensure that the substitution is appropriate.

3 ART 287  should be taken in the final semester before graduation and is offered in the fall and spring semesters only. Instructor permission is required.

4 Approved Studio Electives: Students may take any of the listed electives for which they have the prerequisites and that are not a requirement in their specialization: ART 122 , ART 134 , ART 221 , ART 231 , ART 243 , ART 244 , ART 271 , CRF 101 , CRF 102 , CRF 105 , CRF 130 , CRF 151 , PHT 222 , and PHT 299 .

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