School of Music > Academics > Undergraduate Majors > Composition (BM) > Major Requirements
Students are admitted to a specialization at their initial enrollment. Students are then allowed to continue in specialization courses on the basis of program checkpoints. The program checkpoints differ for each specialization, and students should contact the department chairs or program directors/coordinators for more information. Students are not permitted to continue to enroll in specialization classes if they have not met the requirements of their program checkpoints.
Students are required to complete the following courses for a specialization in Composition:
Large Ensemble courses include: MEN 101, MEN 123, MEN 130, MEN 131, MEN 221, MEN 231, MEN 301, and JZZ 200.
Any Ensemble courses include: MEN 101 MEN 123, MEN 130, MEN 131, MEN 205, MEN 221, MEN 231, MEN 240, MEN 241, MEN 261, MEN 300, MEN 301, JZZ 200, and JZZ 201.
Any 100-300 level course in the School of Music can fulfill Music Electives.
Students are required to complete 12 credit hours.
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