Employer demand for photography comes from a mix of fields. Corporations require commercial photographers to develop compelling advertisements, and wedding and portrait photographers are needed as well. Some may find themselves working in a studio; others outdoors or on location. Photographers need both technical skills and creativity to produce effective photographs. Earning a photographic technology associate's degree from Kaplan College could give you the career training and education you need.
The Photography Curriculum
Kaplan College offers instruction in various specialty areas leading to an Associate of Applied Science in Photographic Technology. The photography curriculum is designed to provide you with varied levels of hands-on training required for success in today's competitive job market. You have the flexibility to study one specific field of photography, or to diversify by choosing general applied photography.
To learn more about each area of specialization listed here, click on the specific field.
As the field of photography changes, so do the required coursework and skills mastered at Kaplan College. Equipment and software utilized in the photography programs are continually reviewed to assure graduates have the skills needed to be successful.