Graduates of Photography programs develop the knowledge and technical skills to work as professional photographers in a variety of careers, including: photojournalism, exhibiting artists, freelance artists, advertising, marketing and sales, public relations, photo conservation and publishing.
Potential employers include: Photography studios, newspapers, magazines and publishing companies, galleries, arts and humanities organization, historical societies, public and private schools, colleges and universities, business and industry, government agencies and non-profit organizations.
(does not include additional program or course fees, books, or supply costs)
US citizen, &
|Non-WA resident, US citizen
|12 credits (full-time)||$1,359.08||$2,283.78||$3,156.04||$1,510.28|
¹ Includes all International Students, both on campus and overseas online
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