Minor in Photography
A Minor in Photography consists of the following courses:
|Minor in Photography|
|ARTS 2365||Analog Photography||3|
|ARTS 2375||Photographic Concepts||3|
|ARTS 3370||Digital Photography & Imaging||3|
|Select nine hours from:||9|
|Photographic Lighting I|
|Alternative Photo Processes|
|Photographic Lighting II|
|Human Form: A Photographc Stdy|
|Contemporary Issues in Pho|
|History of Photography|
Other advanced photography courses may be taken but require additional prerequisites.
BA Art majors may not minor in Photography.
Prerequisites: ARTS 1313, ARTS 1314, and ARTS 1315, W.A.S.H. (Workshop in Art Studio and History), are listed as prerequisites for the courses in the minor; however, the W.A.S.H. prerequisites will be waived for minors in Graphic Design. Minors in Graphic Design will have these prerequisites waived upon meeting with a departmental advisor. In addition, portfolio reviews that are required for majors are not required for minors. A Graphic Design minor may not, however, declare a major in Graphic Design without approval of the chair and completion of the BFA prerequisites and portfolio reviews.