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Photography Concentration - B.F.A. in Art

Enhance your art degree with a concentration in photography

 

Art students at Marylhurst University can distinguish their B.F.A. degree program by selecting a specific concentration, like photography. Not only does this help add more depth to a student's studies but it helps align the degree to specific career goals.

In the photography concentration, you will take the following courses:

Concentration Core

Photography 2
Photography 3

Photographic Seminar 1
Photographic Seminar 2
Photographic Seminar 3
Internship in Art (concentration requires 3 crs. at Blue Sky Gallery)

Choose two of the following courses:
History of Photography: Nineteenth Century
History of Photography: 1900-1960
History of Photography: 1960-Present

Art Studio Electives (15 credits)

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