Photography Minor

Photography Minor


Photography is an ever expanding medium that encompasses all artistic representations of the world with the aid of a camera.  The photography program at Rowan stresses the development of a unique voice that is in conversation with contemporary art and society. The curriculum emphasizes individual artistic development while integrating theory, experimentation, critique and professional preparedness. It is designed to offer an aesthetic, technical, critical, and practical understanding of photography and its myriad applications, including marketable production knowledge and techniques. 

The Photography Minor (located in the department of Radio/Television & Film) is open to any interested Rowan student. 

For inquiries about photography, please contact Associate Professor & Photography Area Coordinator: Jenny Drumgoole -

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Photo Facilities

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Photo Classes

See the courses available for students interested in photography!

Photo Scholars

Students who are enrolled in the minor in photography are invited to apply for a $1,000 per semester ($2,000/year) scholarship renewable for up to three and a half years.

Photo Student Work

View recent work from our students

Photo Faculty

view the faculty who teach our photography courses

Visiting Artist Program

Photography hosts visits and lectures by world-renowned fine and commencial photographers to provide our students with diverse perspectives, techniques, and real-world experiences, bridging the gap between academic learning and the ever-evolving world of professional artistry.

stARTup Gallery

View information about the stARTup Gallery in the Rowan Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship