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The student must submit an original composition, normally a work in one of the major forms, appropriate as a final project. Also required is a portfolio of the composer's music. Suggested categories include: solo, chamber, vocal, choral, orchestral, or electronic/computer media. A required component for graduation is MUS 635 (Composition Recital. All graduate students enrolled in MUS 689 must register for MUS 521 Composition Forum (a weekly meeting of all enrolled composition students)). This requirement may be waived by the thesis advisor if the thesis is being completed out of residence.