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Temple University's Rome Entry Year Program is now offering Biology and Computer Science majors to students who would like to begin their degree at the Rome Campus. 

Students may choose to apply for a Bachelor of Arts (BA) or a Bachelor of Science (BS) in both the Biology and Computer Science majors. The distinction between these options is based on the amount of higher-level electives required to graduate, and a student's individual career goals. Learn more about the Biology and Computer Science majors and how to choose between a BA and a BS. 

The Rome Entry Year Program allows students to complete the first year of their Temple degree at the Rome Campus and finish their studies at the Main Campus in Philadelphia. Temple University Rome offers 50 majors throughout the Fox School of Business, College of Liberal Arts, Lew Klein College of Media and Communication, School of Sport, Tourism & Hospitality Management, College of Science and Technology, College of Education and Human Development, Tyler School of Art and Architecture, and School of Theater, Film & Media Arts.