Student Learning Outcomes
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1. Communication: Graduates use written, oral, and visual communication skills to convey ideas effectively to employers, colleagues, and clients. They communicate complex concepts to non-professionals.
2. Visual Communication: Graduates develop a style and vision conveying a personal point of view using problem solving processes that integrate extraordinary print quality and skillful judgment of aesthetic value.
3. Critical Thinking: Graduates assess the historical and social impact of photography and evaluate how their photographs fit within this context.
4. Lighting: Graduates exhibit technical excellence in lighting and demonstrate inclusion or exclusion of ambient light sources, placement of main light source, degree of diffusion, control of overall lighting contrast, and separation of subject and background.
5. Production Processes: Graduates apply technical skills and use appropriate terminology with respect to photographic tools, lighting techniques, color management, and the storage and electronic presentation of images.
6. Business: Graduates conceptualize, plan, and implement marketing strategies to create a successful business model.
7. Professional Presentation: Graduates produce a portfolio of original work for current media and multiple platforms, integrating industry standards, personal interest, and career specialization.