MUSC 302: Clinical Orientation in Music Therapy
Prerequisites: MUSC 102
Credit Hours: (1)
This organized and structured experience in a clinical setting involves observation and participation under the supervision of a board certified music therapist, and may be taken again for credit.
Detailed Description of Course Content
The purpose of this course is for the student to practice and implement music therapy techniques in a clinical setting under the supervision of an MT-BC. A variety of topics will be covered over the course of the student’s time in all levels of the class. These will include goal and objective writing, progress notes, charting, clinical settings, treatment teams.
Detailed Description of Conduct of Course
Lecture will be employed as well as a laboratory/experiential format for preparation of student music therapy field placements.
Goals and Objectives
- To develop a working relationship with varied clinical populations in music therapy
- To Practice clinical skills on and off site
- To develop an appropriate clinical writing skill
Students will fulfill required field placement hours and prepare a student log documenting clinical experiences. Students will be responsible for in class music therapy experiences during lab times.
Other Course Information
Approval and Subsequent Reviews
DATE ACTION REVIEWED BY
Revised April, 2009