Students can study photography in a variety of programs at UCF and tailor their studies toward specific goals.

UCF offers an A.S. to B.S. photography program in partnership with Daytona State College.

In addition, students can specialize in photography while pursuing a ART: Studio Minor, Studio Track (B.A.), or the Studio Art (B.F.A.). Students may also choose to include photography in their program of study in Emerging Media: Studio Art and the Computer Master of Fine Arts (M.F.A.) degree.

Surfer catches a wave as photographed by UCF student

B.S. in Photography

The Bachelor of Science in Photography is a 2+2 degree
 program in partnership with Daytona State College’s A.S. in Photographic Technology program. This allows students graduating with an associate degree to flow seamlessly into their third and fourth years at UCF.

Both programs are located on the UCF Eastern Region campus at Daytona State College and occupy a two story, fifty-six thousand square foot building with state of the art studio, computer, darkroom, and classroom facilities. The prestigious Southeast Museum of Photography is also located on campus. For additional information, visit the B.S. in Photography program website.

With a low student-to-faculty ratio, students are engaged by experienced, and accessible teachers and advisors with access to established industry partners for internships.

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