California State University, USA, Los Angeles
- Photography, B.A.
- Duration : 4 years
The program's curriculum engages students in relevant photographic technical and aesthetic concerns, as well as the history and theory of photographic practice, past and present. The program's goal is to ground students in the rich variety of cultural practices necessary to be an effective visual communicator in today's wide and varied field.
Studying photography will enhance your creative, social and cultural understanding as well as develop your specialist technical knowledge
Jobs directly related to your degree include:
Magazine features editor
Television camera operator
Jobs where your degree would be useful include:
Advertising art director
Secondary school teacher
Web content manager
Remember that many employers accept applications from graduates with any degree subject, so don't restrict your thinking to the jobs listed here.
The Bachelor of Arts Degree in Photography major is comprised of coursework from the Department of Design within the College of Arts and Letters at California State University, Sacramento. The program is administered by the Department of Design, which also offers degrees in Graphic Design and Interior Design. The Photography program is the only B.A. granting program specializing in photography in the CSU system. Special Features The Department of Design offers student scholarships. Among the facilities available for Photography students is a large digital lab furnished with Macintosh computers, large format inkjet printers, and film and flatbed scanners. There is also an alternative process facility, a well-equipped chemical darkroom, and a studio lighting facility. The Photography program has a generous collection of equipment available for student checkout that includes small, medium and large format cameras, various lenses, tripods, and portable lighting equipment. A Design Department gallery on the 4th floor of Mariposa Hall that regularly exhibits student work. Career Possibilities Photography is one of the most widely used forms of visual communication in our world today. As the technology to create and share visual imagery has become more accessible and expedient, photographs have taken on a vital role in how we share complex visual information. We use it both to form and communicate the sense of who and what we are via social media, and it is an important tool in the material and mental exploration and interpretation of our world. The Photography degree at Sacramento State prepares students to thoughtfully engage in the production, interpretation, and presentation of photographic images, asking them to consider how these images can be created and used in the world, whether in personal, social, or professional contexts.
Programme Structure Courses include: Photography, Inception to Mid-Century Photography, a Social History Intermediate Digital Imaging Intermediate Black and White Photography Artificial Light, Studio Artificial Light, Location Advanced Photography Techniques Issues in Contemporary Photographic Practice Studio Topics in Photography
Academic Entry Requirement
Academic Requirements You will qualify for regular admission as a first-time freshman if you: Are a high school graduate Have a qualifiable Eligibility Index Complete the fifteen-unit comprehensive a-g course pattern of college preparatory subject requirements with grades of C or better.
English Entry Requirement
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