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Photography/Photographic Imaging Minor

Program Overview:

A minor in Photography/Photographic Imaging offered through the Center for Art & Design allows students to hone skills in: visual description and analysis, critical thinking, intellectual curiosity, and the acts of making and creating which will empower them to make broad connections across all disciplines. In the words of author, critic, and former Dean of the Yale School of Art, Robert Storr, for today’s students to be visually literate, they must be able to “read the world by reading images critically.”

Program Contacts:

Kristine Tolmie

Chair, Art Department


Minor Requirements (19 credits):

Required Courses:

ART 232Photography 1


ART 233Photography 2


ART 333Photo Imaging 1


ART 432Advanced Photography 1


ART 433Studio Photography


AHI 366History of Photography


Note: Students may petition the faculty to substitute ART 380 Special Topics: FLP in Photography for a required course in the minor.