Photographic Technology/College for Creative Studies Photography BFA (APPHOT06P1)
Associate Degree/3+1 Transfer
This program provides a comprehensive foundation in digital and film based photography. Through a combination of required basic courses and specialized elective courses, the student customizes the program to his or her particular interest in the photographic industry. Students have opportunities to work with a variety of advanced photographic equipment including digital cameras, view cameras, traditional darkroom, and various types of studio and location lighting systems. Graduating students produce professional portfolios and self-promotional materials to find employment in a variety of areas such as photographic assisting, photojournalism, fine art, freelance, portrait and wedding photography. Students also complete the program to use photography as a means of personal expression, and as preparation for transferring to the College for Creative Studies.
Students should choose the appropriate faculty for academic advising based on their last name: Terry Abrams (A-G), Jennifer Baker (H-O), Donald Werthmann (P-Z).
CCS Photography BFA
- Business/Computer Technologies
- Digital Media Arts Dept
- Terry Abrams
Requirements(Items marked in orange are available online.)
|Complete a maximum of eighty-one credits at Washtenaw Community College as outlined on the Articulation Agreement.||81|
|Complete a minimum of forty-five credits at College for Creative Studies as outlined on the Articulation Agreement.||0|
- Total Credits Required
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