Best Michigan colleges with Music Theory and Composition degrees

What Michigan colleges offer music theory and composition classes in 2024?

There are 5 Michigan colleges where you can study and earn a degree in music theory and composition. These are the top ranked colleges offering majors in music theory and composition based on the CollegeSimply ranking methodology. The average net price to attend these colleges is $16,672 per year. Oakland Community College offers the cheapest music theory and composition degree with an average net price of $5,605 annually. Search the entire U.S. for Music Theory and Composition programs.

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University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, MI

University of Michigan

Public 4 Year

5 reviews

#1 Best Public Universities in America

  • 51,225enrollment
  • $19,318net price
  • 18%acceptance rate
  • 1350-1530SAT range
  • 31-34ACT range
  • 3.88Avg GPA

Applications Due Feb 1

Michigan State University
East Lansing, MI

Michigan State University

Public 4 Year

6 reviews

#3 Best Colleges in Michigan

  • 50,023enrollment
  • $22,803net price
  • 88%acceptance rate
  • 1160-1360SAT range
  • 25-31ACT range
  • 3.72Avg GPA

Western Michigan University
Kalamazoo, MI

Western Michigan University

Public 4 Year

3 reviews

#7 Best Public Universities in Michigan

  • 17,000enrollment
  • $20,030net price
  • 85%acceptance rate
  • 990-1220SAT range
  • 19-27ACT range
  • 3.5Avg GPA

Central Michigan University
Mount Pleasant, MI

Central Michigan University

Public 4 Year

3 reviews

#9 Best Public Universities in Michigan

  • 14,557enrollment
  • $15,605net price
  • 79%acceptance rate
  • 980-1220SAT range
  • 21-27ACT range
  • 3.47Avg GPA

Oakland Community College
Bloomfield Hills, MI

Oakland Community College

Public 2 Year

1 reviews


  • 13,430enrollment
  • $5,605net price
  • 100%acceptance rate
  • -SAT range
  • -ACT range
  • NAAvg GPA