At the core of Oregon’s composition program is a thriving artistic community of forty to forty-five undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral composers. Our comprehensive approach integrates compositional studies with theory, history, ethnomusicology, intermedia technology, contemporary performance practice, multimedia collaboration, and an intensive career development seminar. Our diverse yet focused curriculum prepares each student for a future as a professional composer.
Undergraduates pursuing a BMus in music composition will take courses which focus in the following areas:
Sample schedules give undergraduates a look at study plans for the year specific to their degree path.
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