The photography program integrates theoretical, conceptual and industry based models of photographic practice as they apply to the media and communication industry. You will actively engage in the production of images that speak to the vibrant cultural dynamic of contemporary image production and exchange. You will be challenged to produce work that responds to the critical discourses in both local and global contexts and you will explore emerging technologies, while also analysing and synthesising their relevance to your own image making.
As a professional practitioner with specialist knowledge in photography, you will have the awareness and skills to interpret and shape your field once you graduate. Some of the areas that our graduates excel in includes advertising, architectural photography, cinema production, curating, documentary photography, editorial photography, education, fine art, photo editing & retouching, photojournalism, post-production and publishing.
Students need to be enrolled in 48 credit points each semester. This will include a studio course worth 24 credit points & 2 other courses worth 12 credit points each. You need to complete all the courses listed on the program plan in order to graduate.
If you have any enrolment concerns, please contact your Academic Studio Lead (listed above).