- Areas of Study
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- B.A. Visual Arts
- B.F.A. Visual Arts
- B.F.A. Graphic Design and New Art Media
- M.F.A. Visual Arts
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Photography Course Offerings
Art 245 Black and White Photography I
Introduction to black and white photography in a visual arts environment. Emphasis is placed on developing an understanding of fine art photography through the practice of visualization and printmaking. Coursework includes an introduction to basic black and white film and paper processing.
Art 246 Black and White Photography II
Prerequisite: Art 245
Applications of black and white photography in a visual arts environment. Emphasis will be placed on composition, lighting and subject content as it supports fine art photography. Course content includes lessons in historical processes. Appropriate art safety instruction will be included.
Art 260 Color Photography
A beginning non-darkroom oriented class in color photography emphasizing the aesthetic, design and compositional aspects of this artistic medium. Appropriate art safety instruction will be included
Art 367 Intermediate Photography
3 credits, repeatable to 6.
Prerequisites: Art 260 or 245 or 246 or consent of instructor.
An intermediate photography course designed to help the student develop self-direction abilities through a series of projects in consultation with the instructor. Projects involve the refinement of conceptual and formal qualities in silver or non-silver processes using film or digital techniques.
Art 405 Advanced Photography
3 credits. Repeatable.
Prerequisites: Art 112,114,130, 260, and 261.
Refinement of conceptual and formal qualities in silver or non-silver process photographic projects using color, black and white, and/or digital techniques.
The scope of work and media will be determined by contractual arrangements between the student and instructor.