The Bachelor of Arts in Music Composition at Washington State University is a comprehensive program that provides students with the opportunity to develop their creativity and explore their musical passions. This 3-year program features classes on the fundamentals of music composition, theory, and technology, alongside courses on music history, performance, and ethnomusicology. Students will also be able to gain hands-on experience through various projects such as composing for ensembles or writing for film and television. The program is unique in its interdisciplinary approach which combines coursework from multiple departments including music, creative writing, and digital media studies. Graduates from this program will be well-prepared for careers in music composition, performance, production, education, or research. With an expansive network of alumni and partnerships with industry leaders, this program can provide students with excellent career prospects as well as the opportunity to make meaningful contributions towards the advancement of music composition and its related fields.