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Accredited Colleges Offering Photography Degrees

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Photography is a fast growing and competitive industry. Many photography programs prepare students for entry-level careers in competitive, professional fields like advertising, production, news and media, publishing, and photo labs.

Entry-level positions include photographer assistants, studio managers, production assistants, and digital retouchers. Creative individuals who love to document events, inform others, and capture human nature through images have great potential in a career as a photographer.

Associate and bachelor’s degree programs offer a broader education than certificates. Alongside the requirements of their major, students must take classes in liberal arts, math, science, and other subjects to get a well-rounded education. Students are given a rigorous education, studying elements of photography and image manipulation where they have the opportunity to work with professional camera and lighting equipment.

Graduate degree programs like master’s and doctorate degree programs in photography offer students the opportunity to gain high level skills for their profession. They foster leaders of the industry by allowing students to concentrate and master a specific area of interest.

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Accredited Colleges Offering Photography Degrees
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Campuses: Brainerd
$5,494 100% (1 review)
Campuses: Saint Paul
$5,560 Add Review
Campuses: Rochester
$5,636 Add Review
Campuses: Centreville
$5,712 Add Review
Campuses: Rosemount
$5,713 Add Review
Campuses: Waterloo
$5,752 100% (1 review)
Campuses: Booneville
$5,932 Add Review
Campuses: Merced
$6,115 Add Review
Campuses: Cypress
$6,154 100% (1 review)
Campuses: Milwaukee
$6,174 100% (2 reviews)
Campuses: Tallahassee
$6,206 100% (1 review)
Campuses: Bottineau
$6,223 Add Review
Campuses: Springfield
$6,271 Add Review
Campuses: San Mateo
$6,300 Add Review
Campuses: Madison
$6,324 100% (1 review)
Campuses: Glendale
$6,335 Add Review
Campuses: Green Bay
$6,398 Add Review
Campuses: Santa Clarita
$6,458 100% (1 review)
Campuses: Mount Laurel
$6,495 100% (1 review)
Campuses: Chula Vista
$6,602 100% (1 review)
Campuses: Barstow
$6,720 Add Review
Campuses: Stockton, Mountain House
$6,720 100% (1 review)
Campuses: Fremont
$6,730 100% (1 review)
Campuses: Sonora
$6,778 Add Review
Campuses: Modesto
$6,778 75% (4 reviews)
Campuses: Monterey
$6,792 100% (1 review)
Campuses: North Canton
$6,794 50% (12 reviews)
Campuses: Edison
$6,936 100% (1 review)
Campuses: Fresno
$6,944 Add Review
Campuses: Columbia
$6,960 Add Review

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