Degree levels
Found 97 results in 63 subjects

Actuarial Science

Fox School of Business and Management

Master the science of risk in finance and insurance with a specialized advanced degree. Learn the analytic options for bankers, consultants, government regulators, insurers, and policymakers required for professional credentials in actuarial science through the 10-course curriculum. 

Advanced Core Science Studies

College of Science and Technology

Enhance your academic profile through rigorous science coursework and standardized test preparation. This postbaccalaureate certificate program is designed for college graduates who wish to pursue careers as healthcare professionals.

Applied Biostatistics

College of Public Health

The Applied Biostatistics MPH prepares students for careers in public health research and practice, as well as biomedical or pharmaceutical research.

Applied Research and Evaluation

College of Education and Human Development

Obtain advanced methodological, statistical and theoretical training while developing expertise and real-world experience with applied research. Develop the knowledge and skills necessary to conduct research and evaluation studies. Students form a sophisticated understanding of research design and methodology, interdisciplinary approaches to research execution, and quantitative and qualitative data analysis.

Concentrations

  • Applied Educational Psychology
  • Organizational Research and Development

Architecture

Tyler School of Art and Architecture

Learn to assess and intervene in the physical world through carefully considered acts of making. Focus on cultural and technological innovation in design as well as stewardship of the built and natural environments. Students look to the surrounding city as a resource in studying contemporary ethical and social aspects of architecture and the built environment. 

Advance your architectural knowhow by specializing in a sub-area of architectural design. This post-professional degree program allows you to build on specific skills to advance your career. You’ll produce designs and research with department faculty, who have professional experience in architecture. Choose a concentration in Advanced Technologies and Design, Health and Design, or Urban Ecologies and Design.

Concentrations

  • Advanced Technologies and Design
  • Health and Design
  • Urban Ecologies and Design

Basic Core Science Studies

College of Science and Technology

Prepare for a career as a healthcare professional. Designed for college graduates with limited coursework in the basic sciences, students acquire the necessary training and academic prerequisites to become competitive applicants for professional school.

Basic Pharmaceutical Development

School of Pharmacy

Prepare to enter the pharmaceutical field by sharpening your knowledge of industry terminology and gaining familiarity with regulations and quality practices. The program is aimed at professionals without science backgrounds, including those coming from business and the liberal arts.

 

Bioengineering

College of Engineering

Solve complex biological problems with engineering know-how and advanced technologies with a program that combines coursework and research for various disciplines. This degree may be earned with a thesis, a research project or advanced coursework, and addresses specialties of the field, from nanotechnology to bioimaging. 

Expand your knowledge of bioengineering and collaborate with faculty from Temple’s Medical and Engineering departments, as well as regional and global leaders in biological research, clinical applications and pharmaceuticals.

Bioinformatics

College of Science and Technology

Learn how the blend of biology, computer science, engineering, mathematics and statistics helps interpret biological data. Understand scientific discoveries in genomics and molecular biology. Develop or hone the skills needed for professional careers in the biotechnology, healthcare and pharmaceutical industries.

Program the next generation of genetic and biological technology with a professional interdisciplinary degree that combines biology, chemistry, and computer science. The curriculum includes intensive coursework, an internship with a biotech or production research department, and connections to the region’s top employers.

Form expertise in computational methods for analyzing biological data. Study a blend of biology, computational chemistry and genomics, computer science, data science, mathematics, and statistics in a research-focused curriculum. Choose from the biological data analysis, evolutionary genomics, evolutionary medicine and structural bioinformatics tracks.

Bioinnovation

College of Science and Technology

Expand your understanding of how new biotechnologies and medical advancements are discovered and brought to the commercial marketplace. Learn from bioindustry professionals in courses that focus on the concepts, models and technologies in bioindustries; drug design and response in epigenetics; and ethics, policy and regulations in bioindustries.

Manage innovation in the world of biotechnology with a degree offered in collaboration with Temple’s Fox School of Business. Graduate prepared to work with researchers and clinicians in a variety of environments, manage the marketing and financing of new projects, and understand regulations that affect innovation.

Biology

College of Science and Technology

Delve into rigorous advanced study of biological life and processes. You'll prepare for further scholarship and teaching through interdisciplinary research and coursework in Biochemistry, Chemistry, Computer Science, Environmental Science, Engineering, Mathematics and Physics. Cap your degree with an original dissertation exploring your primary research interests. 

Learn the principal levels of the organization of life and the biophysical processes that differentiate them, and write a thesis based on original research. Fields of inquiry include biochemistry, cell biology, ecology, genetics, molecular biology, neurobiology and virology.

Learn the principle levels of the organization of life and the biophysical processes that differentiate them. Study the sub-fields of biochemistry, cell biology, ecology, genetics, molecular biology, neurobiology and virology. As opposed to the Master in Science in Biology, the Master of Arts in Biology does not require a thesis based on experimental research.

Biomedical Sciences

Lewis Katz School of Medicine

Complete your graduate education in the applications of human biology and chemistry in a program that includes dissertation research, journal clubs and seminars, and research rotations. Students may choose from five concentrations. This program is also available as a dual degree with an MD.

Concentrations

  • Cancer Biology and Genetics
  • Infectious Disease and Immunity
  • Molecular and Cell Biosciences
  • Neuroscience
  • Organ Systems and Translational Medicine

Pursue a career in biomedical education and research in companies, government agencies or universities. The systems of the human body will come sharply into context for scientists looking to understand and develop pharmaceuticals and other aids to human health. A general MS degree in Biomedical Sciences does not require students to write a thesis. However, theses are required for all concentrations.

Concentrations

  • Biomedical Science - Non Thesis
  • Cancer Biology and Genetics
  • Infectious Disease and Immunity
  • Molecular and Cell Biosciences
  • Neuroscience
  • Organ Systems and Translational Medicine

Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing and Regulatory Affairs

School of Pharmacy

Biopharmaceuticals have provided innovative medical advances including the development of cancer vaccines and therapeutic antibodies. This pre-master’s certificate program emphasizes the complex regulations governing the development, manufacturing and distribution of such biopharmaceutical products.

Biosimilars and Generic Drugs

School of Pharmacy

Focus on the development and regulation of both biosimilar drug products and generic drugs with this pre-master's certificate. Tackle core questions like how generic drug professionals can help companies create safe, effective bioequivalents. Study key areas in the field including global regulations for generic products, manufacturing science and business distribution practices.

Biotechnology

College of Science and Technology

Discover how new technologies and products related to cellular and biomolecular processes improve lives and the planet. Biotechnology contributes to disease research, addressing world hunger, environmental protection and more efficient manufacturing. Prepare for careers in many industries including agriculture, biotechnology, environmental engineering and pharmaceutical.

Learn and contribute to the growing world of biomechanics and other biological technology. This professional program combines wisdom from the Temple School of Engineering and regional leaders, culminating in students’ individual research projects.

 

Business Analytics

Fox School of Business and Management

Step up your quantitative and technical skills to advance your professional goals with a graduate certificate in business analytics. You’ll gain solid quantitative abilities, which will be helpful if you choose to pursue a master’s degree, through courses like Statistical Learning and Data Mining. Benefit from hands-on experience finding and analyzing data in the field as well as face-to-face classroom learning.

Learn to transform raw data into valuable insights and link financial outcomes with profit-driven decisions with this new program for the growing industry of business analytics. Our market-driven and customizable curriculum offers hands-on experience with live data and real-world organizations.

Chemistry

College of Science and Technology

Study analytical, biochemical, inorganic, organic, physical or theoretical chemistry in a program that emphasizes a hands-on laboratory and research curriculum to advance your professional career. You may choose from a coursework or thesis track to fit your needs, with specializations that include environmental and medicinal chemistry, materials and polymers, nanoscience, photonics, and surface science.

Choose from a host of specialties: environmental chemistry, materials and polymers, medicinal, nanoscience, photonics and surface science. Along with a series of lecture and literature courses, you’ll immerse yourself in research in your specialty and finish your degree with an original dissertation.

Civil Engineering

College of Engineering

Build and maintain the infrastructure of the modern world. Advance your knowledge in planning, constructing and maintaining common structures, such as roads and bridges, and also gain the geotechnical and structural analysis skills required for responsible engineering. This degree may be earned with completion of a thesis, research project or advanced coursework.

Focus on advanced issues and techniques, such as bridge longevity and new applications of geotechnical data, in an individualized course of study.

Computational Data Science

College of Science and Technology

Develop an expertise in data science with a primary focus on computational analytics. Gain a strong foundation in big data management and analysis, computer systems and statistical thinking. Graduates are primed to enter data-rich industries including biomedical science, education and engineering.

Computer and Information Science

College of Science and Technology

Prepare to undertake independent research leading to science and engineering advances in computer and information sciences. The program is structured around a dissertation, with coursework and seminars designed to attain work that is publishable in a recognized journal and presentable at international conferences.

Concentrations

  • Artificial Intelligence and Applications
  • Computer and Network Systems
  • Information Systems
  • Software Systems

Computer and Systems Security

College of Engineering

Ensure security and trust in business and organizational technology by learning system security for networks and infrastructure. This course sequence will prepare you for this in-demand field as well as contribute towards preparation for industry certifications.

Ensure security and trust in business and organizational technology with a focus on physical system security for networks and infrastructure. You may customize your program to best tailor the skills you gain from experienced faculty specialists, while taking advantage of cutting-edge hardware labs and preparations for professional certification exams.

Computer Science

College of Science and Technology

In the Master of Science in Computer Science you’ll study a general approach to computing with applications in current research topics.

Study computer science theory, practical application and systems with a degree that takes a general approach to foundations, upon which you may build a specialty. Graduates are prepared to analyze networks across IT applications, conduct research and teach.

Understand the principles of good interface design, programming language and software design techniques. Courses provide the foundation for advanced professional knowledge in the modeling, design and implementation of database systems, essentials of operating systems, and IT process management.

Cyber Defense and Information Assurance

College of Science and Technology

Find a career in a rapidly expanding field with a professional degree in the prevention and investigation of threats to cybersecurity. Students learn the current technology available to hackers and their counterparts, as well as the legal and ethical basis for information privacy.

Gain practical training in cyber defense to better ensure the protection of computer systems and information privacy from accidental or malicious modification, destruction or disclosure. This graduate certificate is designed for working technical professionals at any level of their career looking to safeguard organizations and governments from ever-increasing cyber threats.

Decision Neuroscience

College of Liberal Arts

Gain a thorough understanding of the intellectual issues in the rapidly growing areas of decision neuroscience, neuroeconomics and neuromarketing, and work at the intersection of neuroscience and business. The program integrates scientific findings with everyday, real-world problems.

Fox School of Business and Management

Develop the ability to integrate and apply academic findings to real-world questions and problems within the field of decision neuroscience and its subfields of neuroeconomics and neuromarketing. Explore truly interdisciplinary research through rigorous research training and a supportive, collaborative environment.

Digital Education Leadership

College of Education and Human Development

Future leaders in education will develop the vision, marketable skills and key competencies to facilitate the evolving transition to digital education. Help facilitate responsible institutional change and learn to make sound structural and technological decisions involving effective digital learning and teaching as well as student development. 

Digital Innovation in Marketing

Fox School of Business and Management

Become a leader in driving technology-enabled transformation of the marketing function and explore one of today’s rising industries. This program is 100 percent online, with no residency requirements and an innovative two-courses-in-one format that can be completed in 16 months. 

Drug Development

School of Pharmacy

Explore safe and effective design of innovative pharmaceutical products in this certificate program. Keep up with the rapidly changing landscape of pharmaceutical industry regulation at the local, national and global levels. You’ll learn fundamental concepts of regulation and quality assurance that determine the discovery and development of new drugs. Gain a comprehensive understanding of the latest trends and practices to foster professional success.

Electrical Engineering

College of Engineering

Benefit from interdisciplinary education and research opportunities in this practice-oriented degree program. Research areas like autonomous robots, microelectronics and neural signal processing. Graduates go on to advance in their professions or pursue further graduate study. 

Develop research, analyze literature and design experiments in a terminal degree for technicians, educators and innovators. Opportunities for participation in federally funded research allow for learning the most advanced skills in electrical engineering.

Engineering Management

College of Engineering

Gain a comprehensive foundation in business management principles through this program tailored to the technology professional. Prepare for leadership roles in the industry or lay a foundation for further study if you choose to pursue the Engineering Management MS. Courses can be taken on campus or online.

Lead new ventures and innovations in engineering. Absorb the management techniques required for positive technology development in companies and organizations developing new products and services.

Environmental Engineering

College of Engineering

Understand the dynamics of natural resources, artificial substances and environmental systems. Prepare to study, plan and execute projects that model or contain the flow, use or disposal of resources.

Complete an education in environmental engineering with a terminal research degree. Candidates may choose from a variety of specialties, from environmental contaminants to floodplain marking, and are fully prepared to design and teach courses at the college level and above.

Environmental Health

College of Public Health

Support positive health by addressing people’s environments and focus on the health science and data knowledge required to understand pertinent factors. Learn to identify and mitigate environmental risks to public health, as well as investigate and report on progress after intervention. 

Epidemiology

College of Public Health

The Master of Public Health in Epidemiology in Temple’s College of Public Health prepares students for practice- and research-oriented careers in epidemiology.

The Master of Science in Epidemiology in Temple’s College of Public Health prepares students for advanced study and research-oriented careers in epidemiology.

The Epidemiology PhD in Temple’s College of Public Health prepares students for independent, research-oriented careers in epidemiology.

Financial Analysis

Fox School of Business and Management

Develop broad financial expertise and explore the financial theory and quantitative tools driving today’s global financial markets. This program’s curriculum features built-in modules and industry study packages for the CFA Exam Levels I through III. 

Financial Analysis and Quantitative Risk Management

Fox School of Business and Management

Gain an in-depth finance knowledge through a program that combines our financial engineering and investment management programs. Prepare to pursue both the CFA Exam Levels I–III and the FRM Exam Parts I–II through industry study packages and built-in modules. 

Food Regulatory Affairs and Quality Assurance

School of Pharmacy

Learn best practices for regulations in the food industry and gain the tools to respond quickly to new regulatory and quality assurance trends and developments. Designed specifically for individuals working in Philadelphia’s large food industry, this pre-master’s certificate allows you to earn credentials and advance in this quickly growing field.

Forensic Chemistry

College of Science and Technology

Gain a theoretical understanding of forensic chemistry, practical skills in forensic chemistry, and the knowledge and skills applicable to academia, industry and government. Explore applied biopharmaceutics, data analysis, forensic chemistry, toxicology and more. Get hands-on training in a forensic chemistry laboratory and execute research. Applicants must have a BS in Chemistry.

Explore the analytical methodologies required to solve problems in forensic chemistry, environmental chemistry and more. Develop an understanding of current topics in applied biopharmaceutics, data analysis, ethics, law, policy and toxicology, within the larger framework of forensic chemistry.

Geographic Information Systems

College of Liberal Arts

Explore the intersection between data and informational mapping. Current research and technological developments in Geographic information systems have direct applications in a multitude of different fields including environmental science, military operations and remote sensing applications like Google Earth. After a fundamentals course in geographic information systems or spatial database design, you’ll specialize your certificate with electives.

Qualify for positions in the growing industry of geographic information systems (GIS). Gain a solid grasp of GIS concepts and GIS-enabled devices for use in research, product development and data analysis. 

Geology

College of Science and Technology

Prepare for professional employment in industry or government managing the business, regulation and understanding of geology. Advanced coursework is available in environmental geology, geochemistry, sedimentary geology and paleontology and structural geology.

Geoscience

College of Science and Technology

Examine the geological processes and cycles which affect human well-being and how the increasing human population and technology alter those processes and their effects. The program focuses on new and emerging areas of geosciences. 

Geospatial Data Science

College of Liberal Arts

Learn to assist in geographic analysis, investigate solutions that help advance science and society, and solve location-based problems. Explore big data, geographic information systems, geostatistical analysis and remote sensing, and gain the technical skills and practical experience to pursue careers as a geospatial data scientist. 

Expand your expertise of geographic analysis, cartographic skills, and the basics of programming and spatial data processing. This program is designed for professional data analysts and GIS specialists to deepen their knowledge of working with big geospatial data and to develop a more rigorous understanding of programming and statistics. 

Global Clinical and Pharmacovigilance Regulations

School of Pharmacy

Study the regulations of domestic and global clinical trials and pharmacovigilance activities in the pharmaceutical and related industries (biologics, consumer products,  devices and vaccines). Learn how to manage and assist in clinical trials and to review and interpret safety data of clinical trials or post-marketing reports of healthcare products, preparing you for a career path in regulated industry or government agencies.  This program is only open to students with PharmD degrees.

Health Informatics

College of Public Health

The Health Informatics Graduate Certificate teaches students the practical skills they need to enter the rapidly expanding field of health informatics.

In the Master of Science in Health Informatics program, students train to create health data systems and processes in order to improve healthcare delivery.

Concentrations

  • Cybersecurity for Healthcare Professionals
  • Healthcare Data Analytics
  • Population Health Management

High-Performance Computing for Scientific Applications

College of Science and Technology

Hone your analytical skills and develop high-performance computation techniques as a tool for science and engineering research in this cross-discplinary program. This professional degree can apply to a wide range of fields, including engineering, the life sciences and the physical sciences. 

Learn to solve real-world problems through computation in this certificate designed for working professionals. Interdisciplinary coursework blends mathematics and science to prepare you to meet a growing need for professionals in applied mathematics, computational sciences, statistics and traditional scientific fields.

Information Science and Technology

College of Science and Technology

Learn advanced software engineering methods, bioinformatics, computer vision, cryptology, database technologies, digital forensics, high-performance computing, information security and assurance, networks, project management, robotics, software development paradigms, and wireless sensor networks. You’ll also learn about process re-engineering, and how to design and implement robust web and mobile applications to support those processes.

Study the design, configuration and maintenance of network hardware and servers. This certificate is designed for working professionals in the information science and technology fields who want to advance their skill sets and further their careers without committing to a master's degree.

Information Technology Auditing and Cyber Security

Fox School of Business and Management

Gain the practical skills and strategic knowledge to protect companies’ technological infrastructures from threats including cyber attacks, fraud and internal abuse or negligence. Tap into the growing demand for accounting and risk assurance professionals with IT audit and control competencies.

Prepare for a career as an auditor or cyber security professional as you gain the knowledge and skills to pass key professional exams in the information technology field. You'll gain a foundation in IT governance and information security in business before focusing your studies on one of two areas of specialization. 

Concentrations

  • Cybersecurity
  • Information Technology Auditing

Institutional Effectiveness

College of Education and Human Development

Develop concrete skills to support institutional research, analytics and data-driven decision making with this certificate. As universities focus more on predictive analytics to guide policy, gain the necessary training to be a positive force for change within institutions. Dive into studies in organizational design, statistical research and higher education administration to advance a career in higher education. 

Instructional Learning Technology

College of Education and Human Development

Learn to effectively leverage technology in the learning environment through this certificate. Meet the growing demand for technologically savvy education professionals and enrich your community by applying technological strategies to improve the teaching and learning experience. Join a diverse group of students including educators, corporate and government trainers, and instructional leaders in higher education. 

Mathematics

College of Science and Technology

Advance your understanding of mathematics and prepare for a career in administration, education and research. Graduates have strong proficiencies in conceptual competency, mathematical analysis and scientific inquiry.

Gain a foundation sufficient to pursue a mathematics career in industry, government or education, and provides opportunities to conduct original research under the supervision of a faculty member.

Concentrations

  • Applied and Computational Mathematics

Mechanical Engineering

College of Engineering

Master the mechanics of natural and artificial engineering processes. Gain an advanced understanding of engineering concepts from acoustics to biofluids, as well as a working knowledge of materials, technology and interactions used in mechanical engineering.

Conduct advanced research and gain instruction skills in biofluidics, nanosynthesis and other exciting developments in mechanical engineering. Take advantage of Temple's cutting-edge assortment of technology and tools for researchers while pursuing grant-funded opportunities.

Neuroscience

College of Liberal Arts

Nourish your interest in the structure and function of the brain. Aimed at any PhD student with an interest in neuroscience, the certificate program consists of two courses in each of the neuroscience specialization areas: behavioral, cognitive, systems neuroscience; and cellular, molecular neuroscience, as well as some additional extracurricular requirements.

Neuroscience: Systems, Behavior and Plasticity

College of Liberal Arts

Combines coursework in kinesiology, physical therapy and psychology with liberal arts to instill core expertise in cellular, molecular and behavioral neuroscience. 

Pharmaceutical Labeling, Advertising and Promotions

School of Pharmacy

Sharpen your knowledge and stay current with the regulatory landscape of pharmaceutical packaging and marketing with the Post-Master’s Graduate Certificate in Pharmaceutical Labeling, Advertising and Promotions in Temple’s School of Pharmacy.

Become an expert in proper labeling, advertising and promotions of pharmaceuticals and related products. Home in on differences in regulations among key world markets and prepare for a career in the industry. Coursework  in this pre-master’s certificate program will guide you through complex and continually evolving regulations for labeling and promotion, both within the U.S. and globally.

Pharmaceutical Science

School of Pharmacy

Build a foundation in pharmaceutical sciences and prepare for a rewarding career in academia, the pharmaceutical industry or a government agency. Choose to specialize in Medicinal Chemistry, Pharmaceutics or Pharmacodynamics. Take advanced coursework, perform groundbreaking research, publish in peer-reviewed scientific journals, and defend a thesis, all while working closely with faculty.

Concentrations

  • Medicinal Chemistry
  • Pharmaceutics
  • Pharmacodynamics

Build a foundation in the pharmaceutical sciences and prepare for a career in the pharmaceutical industry or a government agency. Choose to specialize in Medicinal Chemistry, Pharmaceutics or Pharmacodynamics. Perform research and defend a thesis while working closely with a faculty advisor.

Concentrations

  • Medicinal Chemistry
  • Pharmaceutics
  • Pharmacodynamics

Pharmaceutics

School of Pharmacy

Prepare for career advancement in the pharmaceutical industry. After graduating, apply your credits to the Non-Thesis MS in Pharmaceutics.   

Physics

College of Science and Technology

Prepare for the power to conduct independent research with a master's-level knowledge of classical mechanics in physics, as well as its more esoteric functions. Students learn the dynamics of matter and energy at all levels and the practical framework for observation, theorization, and experimentation. This can also be taken as a Master of Art. 

 

Gain an understanding of physics sufficiently broad to form a basis for independent research, as well as the experience of doing significant research under the guidance of a mature scientist. Focus on atomic physics, condensed matter physics or particle physics with a theoretical or an experimental approach. 

Policy and Organizational Studies

College of Education and Human Development

Immerse yourself in a program that embraces social justice-oriented, and community-connected scholarship as you gain a firm foundational understanding of social science and policy analysis. Refine your research skills by completing multiple courses in research methods, including qualitative and quantitative research.

Concentrations

  • Adult and Organizational Development
  • Higher Education
  • Urban Education

Psychology

College of Liberal Arts

Specialize in brain and cognitive sciences, or clinical, developmental or social psychology and prepare for an advanced career in academia, research or an applied specialty. 

Quality Assurance / Regulatory Affairs

School of Pharmacy

Stay up-to-date on pharmaceutical laws and regulations, quality assurance practices and industry advancements. This four- or five-course post-master’s certificate keeps students and working professionals informed of the latest developments and changes affecting the pharmaceutical industry.

Quantitative Finance and Risk Management

Fox School of Business and Management

Develop leading-edge financial modeling and transaction analysis skills. This program will prepare you to pursue the FRM Exam Parts I–II through built-in modules and industry study packages. 

Regulatory Affairs and Quality Assurance

School of Pharmacy

Gain the knowledge and skills needed for supervisory and managerial roles in the biosimilars, biotechnology, device, generics, pharmaceutical and related industries. Choose from more than 80 courses that are offered on weekends and in the evening, both on campus and online, in regulatory affairs and quality assurance.

Statistics

Fox School of Business and Management

Expand on broad-based statistical skills with a program that includes advanced tools for computation and study of mathematical problems. Balance theory that supports statistical models with the methods used by advanced analysts. 

Become a leader in the advancement of statistical theory and practice through a PhD program that features a supportive research environment and personalized attention. This program is distinct from the PhD in Business Administration and prepares students to pursue original research in the field of statistics within academia, industry and government. 

Statistics and Data Science

Fox School of Business and Management

Hone the predictive analytics skills needed to join the next generation of elite data analysts. Learn through an innovative hybrid format with in-person instruction complementing majority online classes. This program is intended for any highly motivated student with a background in linear algebra and programming seeking a modern, data-focused educational experience.

Stormwater Management

College of Engineering

Develop skills to address the growing environmental issues associated with stormwater management. You’ll study the effects of urban runoff on stream channels and learn best practices to prevent the degradation of ecosystems. The program schedule is flexible—all courses can be taken in the evening, and some are offered online.

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