Music Therapy

The new bachelor of music therapy is now fully accredited by AMTA (American Music Therapy Association) and NASM (National Association of Music). Music therapy is a health profession that uses music and musical experiences, implemented by a trained music therapist, to maintain or improve a person's functioning level in a variety of health domains. The Music Therapy program is designed to train students to use musical and clinical skills to help meet the identified needs of their clients.


One of the best ways to discover a degree program is to check out the course listings. By simply clicking on the course titles below, you can get a preview of the classes you will attend as a student at Indiana Wesleyan University.

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Studies in Music


Students will also need 6 credit hours of major ensemble and applied studies in voice, piano, and guitar.

Studies in Music Therapy and Clinical Foundations


MUS-405 Must be taken twice.


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J. Michael Dennis;M, DWS Asst Prof; Church Music View Profile
Lisa Dawson; MM, DA Prof. Music View Profile
Todd Williams; MA Asst Prof; Music Education View Profile
Michael Flanagin; MA Asst Prof; Music View Profile
Tammie Huntington; MM, DA Asst Prof; Music View Profile
Chris Lessly; MMEd PhD Professor; Music View Profile
Marc Wooldridge; MFA, MA, PhD Professor; Music View Profile
Jess Munoz; D.M.A. Assoc. Prof. Music View Profile
Phoenix Park-Kim; MM, DMA Prof. Music | Coordinator; Accompanists View Profile
Eunice Rickey; MA, DA Professor; Music View Profile
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