The Southeast Center for Photographic Studies has a diverse faculty to guide students along paths that foster aesthetic, intellectual and personal awareness. With small classes, students and faculty get to know each other while working in an atmosphere with a lot of feedback, encouragement and exchange–a learning community in which students are actively engaged.
The college's Southeast Museum of Photography has an international reputation and is an integral part of our students’ education through its exhibitions, lectures, workshops, gallery talks, film series, photographic archive and library. It is one of of only six museums in the United States dedicated exclusively to the complex art of photography and is the only one in the southern United States.
With our A.S. Degree students may easily transfer to the University of Central Florida to continue their studies in the B.S. Degree component of our program. Faculty and students share facilities in the newly renovated DSC Photography Building. Our seamless and integrated program is designed for success in a variety of photographic fields.
If you are seeking a small and personal college atmosphere, then I invite you to visit our campus and discover for yourself the energy that fills the classrooms, labs and studios of the DSC School of Photography. I like to meet with each prospective student, so please call or email for an appointment; this hour-long consultation and tour will tell you about the program and will answer your questions.
|Dan Biferie, Chairperson
School of Photography
Southeast Center for Photographic Studies
Daytona State College
1200 International Speedway Boulevard
Daytona Beach, Florida 32120
Building 530, Room 103A
The School of Photography is committed to providing a course of study that affirms and nurtures the creative spirit of each individual and provides the aesthetic, technical and intellectual skills necessary as a foundation for a wide variety of professional careers or advanced studies. A major goal of the faculty, as practicing photographers and scholars, is to impart an understanding of the lifelong vitality of artistic development and practice.