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Music Education & Music Business
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General Information for Music Students
  Music Private Lessons

Course Legend

MVJ= Jazz

VirtuosoAbsent Make-up Lessons
It is the student's responsibility to let a teacher know that he/she is going to be absent. Any make-up lesson must be agreed between the teacher and the student.

*All music students taking private lessons, are required to attend concerts or recitals from our performance series. A concert calendar will be available for you at the beginning of each term.

Special Fees
1 Credit Lesson - $60.00 + Credit amount
2 Credit Lesson - $110.00 + Credit amount x 2

Duration of Lesson
1 credit - 1/2 hour/week
2 credits - 1 hour/week

1 credit - 1 hour 15 minutes/week - 6 weeks
2 credit - 1 hour 15 minutes/week - 12 weeks


Music Business

Pathway to a degree in Music or Music Education (A.A Transfer Music Program)

Note: This program is designed to provide students with basic skills and concepts in the field of music and to prepare them for transfer to an upper-­‐level institution.
Students should consult with an advisor at the college or university they plan to attend for the specific courses recommended by that institution, or for transfer information go to:
We strongly encourage you to contact the Miami Dade College Arts and Philosophy Department for assistance in planning your program of study.




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