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Voice/Jazz Studies Component
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Jazz Concentration, Piano Concentration
Jazz Concentration, Guitar Concentration
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BACHELOR OF SCIENCE PROGRAM

Bachelor of Science
Major in Music
Janet Yamron, Associate Dean
215-204-8301
jyamron@temple.edu

Note: Department chairs frequently change at the beginning of the academic year.  Students should contact departments for updated information.

This program is designed to prepare students for entry-level positions in such fields as library science, the publishing industry, communications, the new computer software industry, and other new and diverse areas of the music profession. Applicants must arrange to take examinations in the area of musicianship before qualifying for admission to the program. This may be done by contacting Mr. James Short (215-204-8301) at the Boyer College of Music.

Bachelor of Science in Music Major

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