Master of Music Therapy

    • CRICOS Code: 055550D

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    Course Structure

    Students in both Blended Learning and On Campus modes undertake the subjects listed below - please follow individual subject links for detailed information regarding the requirements for each group of students.

    Intended Learning Outcomes

    On completion of the Master of Music Therapy, students should:

    • Be able to understand and identify, use and evaluate concepts and principles of music therapy and the various theories that underpin the practice of music therapy
    • Have acquired the skills in musicianship and the advanced knowledge of music styles and idioms, including improvisation, which will enable them to direct creative music activities for clients within the music therapy context
    • Have acquired skills in the assessment, design, implementation and evaluation of music therapy programs in a diverse range of clinical/special education settings
    • Understand relevant clinical conditions and the application of music as a treatment/special education modality
    • Be able to carry out independent research and analysis into music therapy and to think creatively about issues arising in their practice
    • Appreciate the ethical responsibilities of music therapists in health and special education facilities and to the individuals within those facilities
    • Be committed to enhancing the well being of clients

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