The Graduate Music Therapy Department offers programs that prepare students to practice music therapy at an advanced level, with a special emphasis on music-centered psychotherapy.
The department offers two programs:
The 60-credit Master of Arts provides a comprehensive program of education and training for students who have completed an undergraduate degree in a related field (e.g. music, music education, psychology, etc.) and wish to become Board-Certified Music Therapists (MT-BC).
The 48-credit Master of Arts provides advanced theoretical, clinical and musical knowledge and skills for those who already have the MT-BC credential and wish to develop advanced clinical practice skills, with a special emphasis on music-centered psychotherapy.
For more information, contact:
Lillian Eyre, Ph.D., MT-BC, LPC
Director/Chair of Graduate Music Therapy
Immaculata University has a long tradition of preparing students for careers as music therapists, nurses, and mental health clinicians in a variety of institutions, organizations, and agencies dedicated to the educational, vocational, social, physical and psychological development of the person. Watch IU graduate student Catherine Parker conducting Melmark's Joybells choir performing with the Chamber Symphony of Philadelphia during her internship.