The City College of San Francisco's Photography Department is one of
the oldest and largest programs in the country founded in 1935. We
offer degrees and certificates and a broad selection of classes
including but not limited to Digital Photography & Imaging,
History and Aesthetics of Photography, Advanced B&W Darkroom
Techniques, Advanced Studio Lighting, Mixed Media Processes and
Business Practices of Photography.
Our faculty and staff consist of experienced professionals who
create an environment that encourages creativity, technical aptitude
and critical thinking. Whether your interest is as a commercial
photographer, fine artist or enthusiast, we will provide the means and
guidance that will help you achieve your goals.
of Science The Program is designed so that students
may satisfy the requirements of graduation from the College. Students
who satisfy these requirements receive the major in Photography if
they complete the program of study with a B minus (2.75 grade-point
average) or higher. The program adviser of the Photography Department
will help students who desire to plan special programs of study.
Opportunities Simply stated, articulation deals with
how courses transfer from one college to another. Specifically,
articulation is the process of establishing which courses offered at
City College of San Francisco (CCSF) are comparable to, or acceptable
in lieu of, courses offered at four year colleges and universities.
Many of our students transfer successfully to both public and private
colleges from our program, most entering in as Juniors.
ASSIST is an online student-transfer information system that shows how
course credits earned at one public California college or university
can be applied when transferred to another. ASSIST is the official
repository of articulation for California’s public colleges and
universities and provides the most accurate and up-to-date information
about student transfer in California.
LEARNING OUTCOMES Students will be able to:
• Use the traditional tools and techniques of photography.
• Develop skills in digital technologies.
• Apply concepts and aesthetics to create and evaluate photographic images.
• Satisfy academic transfer requirements to institutions of higher learning.
DEAN OF School of Fine, Applied and Communication
Arts Kristina Whalen, Ph.D., 415-239-3720 firstname.lastname@example.org
PHOTO ISSUE ROOM (415) 239-3422
MAILING ADDRESS Photography Department City College of San
Francisco 50 Phelan Avenue Visual Arts Building, Box
V69 San Francisco, CA 94112 24 hour, 7 day week, 365 day a year CCSF HELP DESK 1-844-693-HELP (4357)
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