The photographic image is central to contemporary visual culture and current art practices in all mediums. Students minoring in photography take the opportunity to integrate a broad range of photographic concepts and processes into their studies, gaining basic skills and then selecting courses pertinent to their own trajectories. They are able to blend their use of photography with the visual forms they are exploring in their major area of study.
|Two of the following courses:||1.0|
|PHOT 2B03||Introductory Photography: Basics|
|PHOT 2B05||Colour I|
|PHOT 2B07||Digital Imaging I|
|PHOT 2B13||Concept and Process|
|DRPT 2B08||Camera Art: Combining Media (interdisciplinary image making)||0.5|
|200 Level||PHOT Studio or PHOT STU/SEM courses||1.5|
|300 or 400 Level||PHOT Studio or PHOT STU/SEM courses||1.5|
|200, 300 or 400 Level||Liberal Studies||0.5|
•With the approval of an Associate Dean, 0.5 credit of Studio or STU/SEM courses can be substituted with a 0.5 Independent Study.
•A minor consist of 3.0 credits minimum, 5.0 credits maximum.
•Up to 2.0 credits of electives from a student’s major may count towards their minor.
Please refer to further information on minors.
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