The Photography B.S. is part of a joint program, a 2+2 agreement, with Daytona State College. Florida's 2+2 programs allow students graduating from the community college to flow seamlessly into their third and fourth years at the university level.
The UCF–DSC joint A.S. to B.S. Photography program offers a holistic photographic education which incorporates strong technical, creative, and critical skills to empower graduates for life-long success in a variety of professional photographic fields. The UCF–DSC partnership provides students the opportunity to work with a diverse professional faculty in an environment that encourages excellence and innovative approaches to photography that will position graduates to compete in a rapidly changing industry.
The Associate of Science in Photographic Technology degree from DSC provides students with a solid foundation in photography. It is an applied (technical) program that develops entry–level skills for the photographic profession.
The UCF Bachelor of Science in Photography degree builds upon those strong technical foundations through advanced studies in studio and digital methodologies, editorial and narrative, aesthetics, the history and theories of photography and the application of all of those considerations towards creating bodies of work that a graduate can use as a stepping–stone to various avenues of image creation.
The B.S. in Photography degree program is housed on the eastern region campus of UCF at Daytona State College. Photography is also available as an area of concentration at the Orlando campus as part of the Art-Studio B.A. and Art-Studio B.F.A. programs.
For additional information, visit the B.S. in Photography program website.
The Photography B.S. program is limited-access and open to students who complete an A.S. in Photographic Technology from Daytona State College or equivalent course work. Students expand on the technical and theoretical training skills acquired in the A.S. program.
The Photography program is offered exclusively at UCF Daytona Beach.
The UCF Undergraduate Catalog provides information about degree requirements and course descriptions.
Remember that your degree requirements are always listed in your UCF Degree Audit that is available in MyUCF. Also, remember that although your degree audit requirements are determined by your catalog year, course descriptions and prerequisites may change yearly.