It has been said that a picture is worth a thousand words, and photography has become one of the most vital and persuasive means of communication. Photojournalism remains a very strong influence in the world today, and Marian University students receive instruction from a Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist, Mr. William Foley.
Requirements for the Program
43 credits; 33 credits are in art courses including ART 104, 106, or 109; 206, 255, 355, 365, 366, 375,ART 490, 491, an upper-level fine arts course, and ARH 370. Also required are 10 credits in art history courses beginning with ARH 240. Students enter the department as B.A. art majors. There is a portfolio review after the completion of 104, 106, 109, 206, 255, and 355. The average GPA for the above listed courses must be a “B” or better along with a favorable review rating in order to be accepted in the photography major. Only students accepted into the major are eligible for the ART 460 Art Internship. Successful completion of a junior year portfolio review is also required.
Photography: 24 credits including ART 104, ART 106, ART 255, ART 355, ART 365, ART 366, ART 375, and ARH 370.
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