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Students exploring the photography curriculum engage in traditional analog/film and digital processes in a creative environment that emphasizes photographic seeing. Over the course of study, students are exposed to contemporary photographic genres, gain knowledge/skills in camera operation, become familiar with photographic studio practices, and develop of a body of personal work to aid in the discovery of one’s voice within photographic communication.

Emphasis Requirements

  • ART 205 - Figure Drawing I
  • ART 211 - Art History Survey I
  • ART 212 - Art History Survey II


Studio Art Emphases Courses, 300-/400-level: (18 Semester Hours)

Studio Art Electives: (12 Semester Hours) (can be outside area of emphasis but supportive of emphasis)

Select a General Art Elective: (3 Semester Hours) (any course with ART prefix)


Participation in:

  • Annual MUW Juried Student Exhibition in the freshman, sophomore, and junior years
  • Senior Exhibition


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