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Music  

Senior Instructor Adlai Binger, M.M., Co-Chair
Artist in Residence Jeffrey S. Lentz, M.M. '85, Co-Chair
Assistant Professor of Music Business Hal Weary, M.M.
Instructor Jesse Clark, M.M. 

Lecturers Joanne Earnest, Michael Eben, David Cullen, Tamara Black, Todd Keefer.

Music Department Phone: 610-921-7715


Combined Majors and Minors

The combined major and minor in Music Business within the Music Department provide students the opportunity to combine general liberal arts studies with more in-depth study of Music or Music Business. Music Business combines easily with most majors, such as Business Administration, Communications or Digital Media, and provides students with a strong base of core courses with specialized knowledge in music-related fields that enable them to continue their studies or to enter the job market.

Special study abroad programs in Music Business have been established with Victoria University (Australia) and London Metropolitan University (England). The Music minors are designed to supplement students who are concentrating in areas other than Music.


Combined Major in Music Business

Requirements
• MUS 113 OR 120 (recommended to satisfy the general studies fine arts requirement)
• MUS 215 & 216
• MUS 241 OR THR 213
• Two 300-level courses in Music Business
• One music course at the 100, 200 or 300 level. May include MUS 125 or MUS135; four semesters of MUS 103, MUS104, MUS105; or four semesters of MUS 109 
• MUS 491

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Minors

Music Business Minor

Requirements
• MUS 113 OR 120 (recommended to satisfy the general studies fine arts requirement)
• MUS 215 & 216
• Two courses at the 200- or 300-level
• One additional course at any level

Music Minor

Requirements
• MUS 120 (recommended to satisfy the general studies fine arts requirement)
• MUS 211
• Two music courses approved by the department
• Four semesters of MUS 109 OR Four semesters (eight for talent grant recipients) of appropriate performing ensemble 

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