How It Works
The graduate program in Music Therapy is designed especially for persons who, because of work, family or other commitments, cannot pursue a graduate degree in the traditional way. At the beginning of each semester, students come to campus for a four-day residency. During each residency, students are engaged in collaborative learning and community building with faculty and fellow students.
Preparative and follow-up work which surround these residencies allow coursework to be completed at home with assistance from faculty.
Students also come to campus for two summer intensive residencies during the program. Each summer residency is five to six days in length.
Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College has provided distance learning programs for over 35 years.
The MAMT program offers students the opportunity to:
- Study with experts in the music-therapy field.
- Enhance skills utilized throughout the therapeutic process.
- Attain GIM level 1 training.
- Become engaged in music therapy research.
- Study the Nordoff-Robbins approach to Improvisation.