MUTY 411 Clinical Placement and Seminar V

Seminar designed to address knowledge of American Music Therapy Professional Competencies in Clinical Foundations: exceptionality, principles of therapy and the therapeutic relationship and Music Therapy: Foundations and Principles, Client Assessment, Treatment Planning, Therapy Implementation, Therapy Evaluation, Documentation, Termination/Discharge Planning and Supervision. Structures experiences include weekly field placements in school, day habilitation, or hospital settings, documentation and supervision. Senior students are expected to be more independent in their clinical work than previous clinical experiences.


MUTY 414 Psychology of Music

Science of psychology related to fundamentals of musical talent. The musical mind, sensory capacities, individual differences and psychology of listening. An introduction to musical acoustics.


MUTY 416 Music Therapy Internship Seminar

The course serves as an audit of the senior music therapy students' knowledge and skills listed on the American Music Therapy Association Professional Competencies and results in the final Individualized Training Plan that is required for music therapy interns and their clinical directors upon beginning the internship.


MUTY 422 Psychological Research in Music

Students propose, carry out, and write an experimental study in the area of music therapy or music education. Class and individual projects are required.


MUTY 450 Internship in Music Therapy

This fulfills 520 hours of the 1040 hour clinical internship requirement of the American Music Therapy Association leading toward Board Certification. Supervision by Board Certified Music Therapists.