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2012-2013 University Catalogue 
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Composition, Diploma in Music in Jazz Studies

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Evan Solot \ esolot@uarts.edu \ 215.717.6337
Program Director


This four-year program is designed primarily for students who wish take the entire musical portion of the undergraduate curriculum without liberal arts courses. Students wishing to transfer from this program to the bachelor’s degree program may apply to do so in any year of their matriculation. They will be required to obtain the approval of both the Director of the School of Music and the Dean of Liberal Arts. The Diploma program is ideal for students who have already earned a degree in a field other than music but who want the benefit of a complete undergraduate training and education in music.

Gainful Employment Disclosure

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Title of Program  Composition, Diploma in Music in Jazz Studies
U.S.Dept of Education Classification of Institutional Programs (CIP)  #50.0904
CIP Title Description  Music Theory and Composition
Program Length  4 years (104 credits)
Program prepares students to enter following occupations Occupational Information Network: Crosswalk Search
SOC Code  27-2041.04, Music Composers and Arrangers
SOC Code  27-2041.00, Music Directors and Composers
Tuition  $34,840 per year / $17,420 per semester for 12 - 18 credits
Books & Supplies  $2,000 per year / $1,000 per semester
Annual Room & Board  $10,910

Program Requirements (104 credits)

Major Requirements (95 credits)

Major Electives (6 credits)

  • Select 6 credits from subjects MUCP, MUED, MULS, MUPF, or MUSC

Electives (9 credits)

  • Complete 9 credits of free electives. This requirement is satisfied by any undergraduate course that isn’t required by the program.