The photography minor provides an in-depth experience in all aspects of photography. The well-equipped darkrooms allow individual hands-on exploration of black and white and color processes, camera types, historical and traditional printing methods, and lighting and film technology. It also includes a foundation in photo theory and criticism. This minor is appropriate for students interested in an intense experiential exploration of the medium of photography.
To see minor requirements for past catalogue years, please see the online version of the USC Catalogue.
Photography (28 units)
|Lower division courses (12 units)||Units|
|FACS 150||Visual Culture and Literacy I||4|
|FAIN 210||Introduction to Digital Photography||4|
|FAPH 209||Introduction to Photography||4|
|One upper division course (4 units) chosen from the following:|
|AHIS 373||History of Photography||4|
|AHIS 469||Critical Approaches to Photography||4|
|Three upper division courses (12 units):|
|FACS 350||Art Theory and Criticism||4|
|FAIN 310||Digital Photo Studio||4|
|FAIN 410||Advanced Digital Photo Studio||4, max 12|
|FAPH 309ab||Intermediate Photography||4-4|
|FAPH 409||Topics in Advanced Photography||4, max 12|