Photography Program Coordinator: Julieve Jubin
Office: 220 Tyler Hall
Phone: 315-312-3243 


Photography is a popular field of study. There are many professional career options, including fine art photography, photo journalism, documentary photography, fashion photography, product photography, scientific photography, freelance, portrait photography, forensic photography, travel photography, food photography, architectural photography, sports photography, and photography education.


BFA Studio Degree Concentration in Photography
For students serious about a career in photography, the professional BFA degree is the best choice. In this major, students make Photography their concentration and use their elective studies to go even further the medium. Earning the BFA gives them a professional degree.
Full Degree Requirements can be found in the undergraduate college catalog at this link

BA Degree Studio
The BA degree in Studio is a liberal arts degree.  Students interested in photography can use their elective studies to explore the medium, along with other media and disciplines outside of art.
Full Degree Requirements can be found in the undergraduate college catalog at this link

Photography  Minor
The photography minor is popular with students across campus. The minor offers students a 21-credit concentration in photography as a second area of study.
Minor requirements can be found in the undergraduate college catalog at this link

Facilities and Equipment:

The photography program recently completed a major renovation in 2018. New and updated facilities and equipment include: two new photography studios with digitally tethered live camera-to-computer shooting and editing; new master ceiling rail lighting and backdrop systems; high-end digital scanning, Epson printing, and mounting facility; updated experimental lab for non-silver, darkroom black and white film, and mural printing.

There is a photography equipment checkout for photography students to borrow equipment. It includes digital cameras (limited), tripods (limited), lighting, and backdrop systems, as well as small, medium, and large format film cameras.