Remember how I announced my belief in the power of Utah photography education? As a follow-up, here are some traditional (and online) classroom options for learning to be a better photographer, from newbie to expert.
Salt Lake Community College offers two variations of photography classes for Salt Lake City photographers. The Continued Education program offers both in-person and online classes. I offer you the link, but warn you the website is pretty crappy so good luck.
SLCC also offers three other options: two certificates and an Associate’s degree in the Visual Arts and Design program with an emphasis on photography. You can find more information here.
Brigham Young University offers a variety of options: Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Post-baccalaureate certificate and a Master’s degree. BYU’s art school is large and competitive with a good price tag. If you are ready to dedicate the time, it is worth the effort.
Check out the BYU photo blog for some more insight.
Weber State offers the most in photography education with seven options: Three certificates, an Associate’s degree, Bachelor’s degree, Post-baccalaureate certificate and a Master’s degree. The program does not require an application so it is a larger program. Definitely check it out.
As a local location of the Art Institute, one can take a chose from a variety of foci within the photography world. It currently offers four options: Two certificates, an Associate’s degree and a Bachelor’s degree. The program offers open houses, so be on the lookout!
SUU’s fine arts program holds the distinction is as the only accredited Utah state higher education photography program. It offers a variety of tools and clubs to its students. For you southern Utah photographers, this is a good choice.