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Carnegie Mellon plans 2 new degree programs

Carnegie Mellon University plans to launch two new music and technology degree programs this fall. Both will be based in the School of Music. The Bachelor of Science in Music and Technology and the Master of Science in Music and Technology programs will bring together faculty from the Carnegie Institute of Technology, the School of Computer Science and the School of Music to explore new ways of performing, creating, presenting and archiving music. “This convergence of disciplines creates exciting opportunities for forward-thinking artists, scientists and engineers who are interested in combining their talents,” said Noel Zahler, head of the School of Music. “The program combines the innovation of the Carnegie Mellon experience with the world-class music making of this school to produce new and compelling musical experiences.”

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