Loyola University Maryland

Department of Fine Arts

Degree Information

Students at Loyola may complete a major in Visual Arts with a concentration in Photography, an interdisciplinary major, a minor in Photography, or take Photography courses as electives.

Major:

  • AH 111
  • PT 270
  • PT 300 or PT 301 or HN 323
  • PT 319
  • PT 400
  • SA 224
  • 1 additional Art History course
  • 7 additional upper-division Photography courses

(No more than one of the following may count towards the major: PT 278, PT 279, PT 280, PT 281, PT 282)

Interdisciplinary Major:

  • AH 111
  • PT 270
  • PT 300 or PT 301 or HN 323
  • PT 319
  • PT 400
  • 3 additional upper-division Photography courses
  • Interdisciplinary requirements of another major

Minor:

  • PT 270
  • PT 300 or PT 301 or HN 323
  • PT 319
  • 4 additional 300-level Photography courses

Notes:

  • Visual Arts students with a Photography concentration are strongly encouraged to take computer science to fulfill one of the math/science core requirements.
  • Students interested in photojournalism should declare a Visual Arts major with a Photography concentration and a Communication minor, or a Communication major with a Journalism specialization and a Photography minor.
  • Students must complete the diversity core requirement through a designated diversity core, major, or elective course (see Diversity Core Requirement under Curriculum and Policies).

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