Music Therapy Overview
The Mary Pappert School of Music offers several options for those seeking degrees in music therapy, both at the undergraduate and graduate levels. These programs consist of traditional undergraduate and graduate degrees and options to combine or obtain master's-level equivalencies.
Bachelor of Science in Music Therapy (BSMT)
Our undergraduate program is your gateway to a career as a board-certified music therapist. Your four years of on-campus study will prepare you for a clinical internship that will complete the degree requirements, making you eligible to become a board-certified music therapist.
Progressive Degree Pathway (BSMT+MMT)
Sequence your undergraduate and graduate training in music therapy by completing your undergraduate internship at the same time as you begin your graduate coursework. The seamless transition between these programs ensures curricular continuity while allowing you to earn both your BSMT and MMT in six years.
Master of Music Therapy (MMT)
Coursework in our two-year graduate program will be offered primarily online. In addition, two on-campus intensives (during the second year of the program) provide opportunities for in-person instruction, networking, and skill development.
Master of Music Therapy Equivalency
If you already have an undergraduate degree in music (other than music therapy), our equivalency program allows you to complete the training requirements to become a board-certified music therapist while also earning a Master of Music Therapy.