stool, lighting equipment, backdrop, red lightThe undergraduate program in Photography prepares students to meet professional challenges and to pursue myriad career opportunities in fine art, commercial photography, digital editing and as entrepreneurs. Students are immersed in an environment that emphasizes studies of historical and contemporary photography in order to develop creative and critical thinking. Technical skills range from large format and traditional darkroom practice to cutting edge digital editing and printing. Additional facilities are available for digital and film based large format photography and studio lighting, black-and-white darkroom, film development and printing.

Students can augment their studies by using School and University resources, which include traditional media, video, cultural studies, film studies, classes in the writers program and the Center for the Book.

For more information on the Photography program, please visit this website:

Photography 2-year Course Plan

Visiting Speakers in Photography


Rachel Cox, Thalassa Raasch