Arts and Humanities - Programs of Study
Letter of Recognition
For curriculum information, contact the Arts and Humanities Division—Room HVPA-200—443-518-1480.
This course of study is designed to prepare students planning to transfer to an American Music Therapy Association (AMTA)-approved four-year institution to complete a bachelor’s degree in Music Therapy as well as eligibility to sit for board certification. Its focus, based on the competencies required by the AMTA, will help develop essential academic, musical, and clinical skills necessary for a Board-Certified Music Therapist. AMTA four-year music therapy programs require proficiency in the following applied areas: piano, guitar and voice.
|MUSC-161||Introduction to Music Therapy and Practice I||2|
|MUSC-162||Introduction to Music Therapy and Practice II||2|
|MUSC-189||Functional Guitar Class I||2|
|MUSC-207||Music Therapy Techniques||2|
|MUSC-224||Music Therapy Practicum I||1|
|MUSC-225||Music Therapy Practicum II||1|
It is strongly recommended that students also take MUSC-208 Music Therapy in Education (3 credits) and MUSC-190 Functional Guitar Class II (2 credits). Students should check the General Education requirements of the institution to which they intend to transfer before selecting HCC General Education courses.