In today’s visually sophisticated, but increasingly competitive and fragmented market, it is imperative for successful photographers to demonstrate a distinctive visual voice.
Since its invention, photography has transformed the way that people see themselves and the way we communicate.
Photography is at the heart of contemporary visual culture.
Founded in 1887, RMIT has the oldest and most established photography program in the world.
This double degree enables students to combine business management skills with a studio major, developing core competencies such as critical and analytical thinking, business communication and decision-making.
The Bachelor of Photography (Honours) is a full-time or part-time program designed to enable students who have demonstrated substantial ability at an undergraduate level, to develop their practical expertise and theoretical understanding to a more advanced level.
Photographers create the images that define our world and record our time.