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Photography

School of Arts & Humanities


A student may declare a Fine Arts major with a Photography concentration. The photography concentration is designed to help students acquire skills in various aspects of photography. The curriculum is taught from an artistic viewpoint that gives students the creativity and experience necessary for rewarding futures in photography. Students can use their knowledge to prepare for graduate school in order to teach, own a photography business, work for newspapers and magazines, or provide supporting services for studios, galleries, theatres, museums, and publishing companies. For more information on the Fine Arts major with photography concentration, see “Fine Arts.

The photography minor fits well with numerous majors including but not limited to Bible, business administration, communications, and humanities. The study of photography may serve to foster students’ vocational interests as well as prepare them for more concentrated photography studies in the future.

COURSE REQUIREMENTS

View all details and course requirements for this program in the Milligan College Catalog (link below). The Milligan College academic catalog is the official, authoritative source for all academic requirements and policies. Any discrepancies in curricular requirements from other sources will default to the Catalog.

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What can I do with a degree in Photography?

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Faculty

Alice Anthony

Alice Anthony

Associate Professor of Art and Communications

Phone: 423.461.8970
Email: MAAnthony@milligan.edu
Office: Gregory Center for the Liberal Arts, Lower Level

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Rebecca "Tess" Evans-Shell

Rebecca "Tess" Evans-Shell

Theatre Technical Director & Artistic Designer

Office: Gregory Center

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Richard Major

Richard Major

Professor of Theatre; Director of Drama Productions

Phone: 423.461.8771
Email: RMajor@milligan.edu
Office: Gregory Center for the Liberal Arts, Lower Level

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