Study Music Therapy
Music therapy is a health profession that uses music and musical experiences implemented by a trained music therapist to maintain or change a person's functioning level in a variety of health domains.
- Bachelor of Science in Music Therapy: SMWC has a very small student-teacher ratio that allows for individualized attention in music therapy. The music therapy faculty have extensive clinical experience with a wide range of populations and continue to practice within the Terre Haute community.
- Music Therapy Equivalency Program: This program provides an opportunity for men and women who have a degree in music to pursue study in the field of music therapy. The course of study is tailored to meet the needs of each person who attends.
- Master of Arts in Music Therapy: Approved by the American Music Therapy Association, this program is designed for Board Certified Music Therapists (MT-BC) who want to advance their knowledge of music therapy. Each semester begins with a brief residency on campus followed by several weeks of online, interactive instruction.
- Music Therapy Distance Equivalency Program: This program is unique in that it provides you the opportunity to pursue study in the field of music therapy at a distance. Although three brief residencies per year are required, you can complete a majority of your coursework online and participate in clinical training near where you live.
Auditions are required for all prospective majors in Music.
Schedule or submit an audition online.
Music Therapy Blog
Read the SMWC Music Therapy Blog to see what students are doing and saying about the program.