Photography, Graphic Communications and Digital Imaging Degrees From Oklahoma City Community College
Learn a mix of creativity, technology and business sense in this cutting-edge program.
The world is filled with pictures. From billboards to family scrapbooks, glossy magazines to cell phones – photographs capture life and all its messages.
If you want to learn how to take photographs and use the latest, cutting-edge technology to produce and manipulate those images, then an associate degree in photography from Oklahoma City Community College is right for you.
In our program, you’ll discover the technology and techniques professionals use in both photography and electronic imaging. You’ll work with digital cameras, lighting equipment, computers and software.
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In the OCCC photography degree program, you’ll learn the basics of photography and composition while working with the equipment professionals use today, including:
- Digital cameras
- Lighting equipment
- Macintosh computers
With this knowledge and hands-on experience, you’ll be able to confidently explore job opportunities once you have your degree in hand.
Photography Degrees at Oklahoma City Community College
An associate in applied science degree in photography will lead you directly and immediately into the job market.
Photography Classes at Oklahoma City Community College
At OCCC, you’ll take classes that test your creativity and use of technology:
- Electronic Publishing: InDesign I
- Introduction to Macintosh
- Image Editing: Photoshop I and II
- Digital Photography
- Digital Photography II
- Advertising Photography
- Portfolio Preparation and Presentation
- Portrait Photography
Visit OCCC’s online course catalog for full details on your photography degree. You can also check the current community college class schedule for evening and online classes available in this academic program.
Professor of Graphic Communications
Professor Anderson has over 30 years experience in the photographic and graphic design industries. He has worked for Candid Color Systems, Pro-Graphic Images, Fleming Companies, and CDF. He also taught as an Adjunct professor at OCCC for 13 years before becoming full-time faculty.
After you graduate with an associate degree in applied science in photography, you’ll be ready to join the job market as a:
- Digital Image Editor
- Prepress technician
- Photo lab technician
- Related graphic communication positions in advertising or public relations
If you continue your education in this field at a four-year college or university, it may be better to enroll in the OCCC associate degree in visual arts program. Just talk with your faculty advisor for more information.