Immaculata University provides comprehensive music therapy education and clinical training through a model rooted in mentorship.

Educational Objectives 

The Master of Arts in Music Therapy prepares students to:

  • Work at an advanced level with a wide range of clients, with a special emphasis on music psychotherapy
  • Understand client needs from a variety of perspectives
  • Utilize advanced music skills for clinical work, and continue growing musically as a professional
  • Practice music therapy with greater self-awareness, and engage in ongoing personal development
  • Utilize scholarly literature effectively, understand and conduct research, and produce scholarly writing in music therapy
  • Adhere to ethical standards of professional practice in music therapy
  • Serve as leaders within the music therapy field

For more information, contact:

Lillian Eyre, Ph.D., MT-BC, LPC
Director of Music Therapy
leyre@immaculata.edu

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 Catherine Parker conducting Melmark's Joybells choir performing with the Chamber Symphony of Philadelphia during her internship.

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1145 King Road, Immaculata, PA. 19345 p. 610-647-4400 or call toll-free: 1-877-42 TODAY
Federal Compliance Links | Clery | Employment
Immaculata University | Copyright © All Rights Reserved