Professional skilled fine arts photographers help students to explore various aspects of this popular discipline, including manipulative, experimental, mixed media, and digital photographic techniques. Students are encouraged to develop a personally expressive imagery within the context of technical proficiency and control. Laboratories for general developing, printing, color printing, and mixed media processes are provided. The program is oriented toward photography as a fine art, as well as commercial applications of photography.
|Required Foundation Courses (15 Credits)|
|ARS100||Drawing: Visual Thinking I||3|
|ARS101||Drawing: Visual Thinking II||3|
|Art History Courses (12 Credits)|
|ARH201||Art of the Western World I||3|
|ARH202||Art of the Western World II||3|
|ARH358||Modern Art, 1900-1970||3|
|or ARH359||Contemporary Art, 1970 to the Present|
|ARH368||History of Photography||3|
|Required Senior Seminar (3 Credits)|
|ARS490||BFA Seminar (writing intensive)||3|
|Required Photography Courses (33 Credits)|
|ARS230||Basic Digital Photography 1||3|
|ARS250||Basic Photography 1||3|
|ARS331||Photo Books and Installations 2||3|
|ARS332||The Large Format Image 2||3|
|ARS333||Advanced Digital Color Photography 3||3|
|ARS334||Digital Video 2||3|
|ARS350||The Constructed Image 2||3|
|ARS450||The Document 2||3|
|ARS451||Contemporary Issues 2||3|
|ARS452||Senior Studio in Photography I||3|
|ARS453||Senior Studio in Photography II||3|
|Required Cognate Courses (6 Credits)|
|Studio Electives: ARS and/or DDF Courses (12 Credits)|
|Select 12 credits||12|
May not be repeated for credit.
May be repeated for credit.
May be repeated with permission of instructor.