Music and Health in Integrative Care
The Music and Health in Integrative Care micro-credential is designed for graduate students currently enrolled in a healthcare program at Duquesne University. This 9-credit online program runs asynchronously to accommodate the schedule of the full-time student and working professional and can be completed in two semesters. For music therapists who plan to pursue graduate training, the Music & Health micro-credential can provide a smooth pathway for admission and advanced standing credit toward the Master of Music Therapy.
Courses will provide:
- Knowledge and skill development that can be directly and immediately applied into practice.
- Opportunities for interdisciplinary collaboration in learning spaces that reflect the diversity of practice, philosophy, and approach of an interdisciplinary treatment team.
- Experiential and didactic instruction about music’s healing properties in a broad range of community and treatment settings.
- A deep understanding of the role that culture and context plays in how individuals conceptualize and engage with music.
Music Education and Music Therapy
Required Credit Hours
Please note: Students need at least a “B” in each course in order to earn the micro-credential. Our faculty will help you with everything you need to know.
Why Pursue a Micro-Credential?
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Please note: Students need at least a “B” in each course in order to earn the micro-credential.
Our faculty will help you with everything you need to know.