School of Photography

It’s often said that a picture is worth a thousand words. At Brooks Institute, we take that maxim a step further with our belief that visual images lie at the center of how our culture perceives and communicates. Our School of Professional Photography seeks to develop professional photographers who embody the role of both visual/media artist and communicator.

Through a comprehensive program of study that integrates practical methods and tools with our "learning by doing" philosophy, Brooks Institute's photography degree programs are designed to help equip students with the skills, knowledge and confidence they need to succeed in today’s competitive photography environment.

Choosing the Brooks Institute Difference

Brooks Institute's Photography degree programs offer students a learning environment that engages intellectual and creative thinking to develop professionals who combine technical know-how with artistic vision to produce distinctive work. Whether students are pursuing undergraduate or graduate photography degrees, our faculty of many experienced professionals challenges them to expand beyond the core photography and media production curriculum to become adept in other areas including liberal arts, professional business practices and ethics.

Get Started in the School of Professional Photography

Select a Photography degree program from the list below to learn more about its objectives, coursework and outcomes. If you have questions about the Bachelor of Fine Arts in Professional Photography or the Master of Fine Arts in Photography degree programs, just fill out the simple form at the bottom of the page. A Brooks Institute admissions representative will contact you promptly to provide the answers you need. If you've already identified the degree program you would like to pursue, you may apply online now.


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