120 hours total in the course, total time is irrelevant.
at least 10 hours solo/PIC in the course
at least 55 hours dual in the course
of all the training, you can do the majority of training in a ASEL, even if it's irrelevant to the end certificate
I teach in such a syllabus, our students do 155 hours for commercial instrument combined, and only need 15 hours multi for our particular syllabus. They recieve no single engine cert at the end, only retaining a private ASEL from before commercial.
If you want advice, listen, CFIs may be bored enough to help here, but probably not bored enough to help youre dumbass. go to a better 141 school. t. former GI bill user, instrument through CFII/MEI