Student work Caiti Borruso, Glass House, 2015, Pigmented inkjet print, 30”x40"

The Photography Minor enables students from any major to gain a knowledge and skill set in the practice of photography. The minor consists of one required core course, Digital Photography, six additional Photography credits from a select menu of options in the Photography Department and six credits from Liberal Arts and/or History of Art and Design from a select menu of options related to the field. The flexible structure of the minor allows students to determine their own focus within the medium. Please see the Photography Department website for more information. 

The Photography Minor is open to any major in the Institute with a 3.0 G.P.A.

Please contact Adjunct Associate Professor, CCE Julie Pochron in the Photography Department for more information (jpochron@pratt.edu ).


The minor consists of at least 15 credits selected from the menu of courses below.

  • Students must take the core requirement (3 credits) and a minimum of 6 additional studio credits from the menu of courses in the Photography Department.
  • In addition, students must take a minimum of 6 credits from the menu of Liberal Arts Electives and History of Art & Design electives.
  • More than half of the credits need to be taken in courses at the 300 level or above.

Minor Curriculum

Photography Minor, 2018
U2180.MINOR.15