Photography: AS Degree
A comprehensive degree with an emphasis in digital or traditional photography for students interested in working in the photography field. This program offers two options: traditional and digital.
Photographic Assistant, Digital Darkroom Technician, Color Management Controller, Fine Art Photography, Newspaper Photographer, Weddings/Event Photographer, Commercial Photography, Portrait Photography, Fine Art Photography, Editorial Photography, Documentary Photography, Photographic Lab Technician, Photographic Assisting, Digital Imaging Artist, Photo Retoucher.
Program Learning Outcomes
- Critically evaluate and understand the aesthetic, cultural, and political development of Photography in historical and contemporary cultures.
- Create finished images for professional/fine art applications based on principles of effective design and communication.
- Translate concepts and visual experience into images.
- Present finished design products for peer, professional or academic review.
- Evaluate and critique photographic work and receive criticism from others.
|Required Core Courses|
|PHOT-120||Foundations of Photography||3|
|PHOT-123||Advanced Darkroom Photography||3|
|PHOT-150||Beginning Digital Photography||3|
|PHOT-151||Intermediate Digital Photography||3|
|PHOT-180||History of Photography||3|
|PHOT-200||Lighting for Photography 1||3|
|PHOT-210||Lighting for Photography 2||3|
|BUSI-101||Business Planning I||3|
|BUSI-102||Business Planning II||3|
To receive an Associate Degree, students must complete 60 degree applicable semester units with a grade point average of at least 2.0. Students must also complete the NVC General Education pattern to earn an Associate degree. Consultation with a Counselor is highly encouraged to ensure all requirements are met.