Bachelor of Arts in Music Composition

Music students interested in a Composition degree pursue the Composition and Technology concentration. By including the technology components – an important part of music study for composers in the digital age – the concentration attracts students who are already using technological tools in music creation but need formal training in a liberal arts setting in order to be viable as professionals within the field.  The Bachelor of Arts in Music with a concentration in Composition and Technology is both academically and professionally viable.  

Bachelor of Music, Composition
Degree Requirements Units  
General Education (50 units, 12 in major)   38
Major Requirements 84
Preparatory and or/general electives 7
Total units needed for graduation 122-129


Advising Checklist for Bachelor of Arts in Music Composition and Technology

Advising Checklist for Bachelor of Music in Composition
pending final faculty governace approval