Articulation agreement between Santa Monica College and New York Film Academy has been confirmed, effective immediately.
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Articulation students transferring into Brooks Institute will start in the Upper Division unless they choose to take classes in the Lower Division that cover material they have not previously studied.Although we will transfer credits from the science class taken to fulfill the associate’s degree, it is strongly recommended that the choice of this science class include one that teaches the physics of light and optics.Santa Monica College students that have taken course work applicable to Upper Division courses at BIP will have a Brooks Institute of Photography faculty member determine the applicability of those courses to our major requirements.
However, it is expected that all incoming students from Santa Monica College will spend a minimum of 10 (eight week) sessions in residence at BIP as full-time enrolled students. The courses taken in residence must include those that meet the major requirements, and other general education and business classes to meet graduation requirements.
Note: Students wishing to graduate as a Digital Media major, a course of study that encompasses still photography, film and video, and digital imaging, may have to extend their stay up to two sessions to meet graduation requirements.
Signed: David Litschel, Director of Education, Brooks Institute of PhotographyMay 9, 2000.Mitch Watts
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