Photography is everywhere you look: web pages, billboards, textbooks, etc. Images are used to transmit ideas and emotions, to persuade consumers, to influence voters, to make you hungry. Photographs inspire nostalgia, capture history, and they allow people to experience worlds they would otherwise never know. Now that everyone carries a camera, we have witnessed news and events unfolding in ways that forever changed our society. In this minor, students will improve their photographic skills in a course of study that could ultimately lead to employment as working photographers.
The Photography minor is open to all Wilmington University students. In this minor, students will create a path of study suited to their desires by selecting any five courses from the following list, preferably starting with TEC 215. Students who are normally required to include TEC 215 for their major will, when electing a Photography minor, select four additional TEC courses from those listed below.
Note: Students must complete DSN 094 - Technology Orientation as a prerequisite to this minor. DSN 094 is FREE of charge and can be completed through Blackboard in approximately 60 minutes. Students will be held to all course prerequisites.
TEC 215 Basic Photography
TEC 275 Intermediate Photography
TEC 300 Advanced Photography
TEC 366 Photojournalism
TEC 400 Sports Photography
TEC 407 Lighting: Location and Studio
This information applies to students who enter this degree program during the 2018-2019 Academic Year. If you entered this degree program before the Fall 2018 semester, please refer to the academic catalog for the year you began your degree program.