This course is designed as a senior seminar and will provide an overview of major clinical and professional issues within the music therapy and medicine field.Topics will include cultural compteten
This introductory course is designed to bring self-care awareness and skills for the musician.
This course teaches assistive music technologies that allow musicians with visual impairment to effectively communicate with other sighted musicians.
This course involves 1,040 hours of full-time music therapy experience at a clinical internship site approved by the American Music Therapy Association.
In this final practicum placement, students are assigned to a medical facility or agency in the community and generally work either bedside or in small groups.
This course is the concurrent clinical music therapy practicum that accompanies MTH-431.
This course will examine how music and other creative arts contribute to the therapeutic process.
Students are assigned to a facility or agency in the community where clients are dealing with issues of mental and emotional health.
This course is the concurrent clinical music therapy practicum that accompanies MTH-411.
This course will engage students in a group therapy experience in which they will apply music to the psychotherapeutic process.
This course will provide students with a sensitization and awareness in dealing with a mixed school population.
This course is the concurrent clinical music therapy practicum that accompanies MTH-331. Students apply the research skills they are learning in the classroom to a clinical setting.
This course will examine how music therapists document the processes and products of what they do.
Students are assigned to music therapy groups with older adults in nursing home and adult day care settings. Students are introduced to a data-based model of music therapy.
This course is the concurrent clinical music therapy practicum that accompanies MTH-311.
This course will examine the psychological, physiological, and sociological foundations of music and music therapy.
A hands-on course designed to provide practical skills for incorporating technology into the practice of music therapy.
Students are placed in a public or private school that serves children with special needs, primarily in small groups.
This course is the concurrent clinical music therapy practicum that accompanies MTH-231.