Music Therapy – Careers
What Can I Do With A Music Therapy Degree?
As a professional music therapist, you will serve individuals with mental disorders, substance abuse issues, dementia, autism, developmental disabilities, physical disabilities, sensory disorders and acute/chronic pain. Focus on preventative medicine continues to build, and many music therapists work to enhance quality of life, maximize well-being and increase self-awareness.
Music therapists often work as part of an interdisciplinary treatment team, working with other disciplines to meet common goals for the patient or client. They may interface with physical therapists, occupational therapists, nurses, psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, speech therapists and other health care professionals.
Office of Career and Professional Development
We are here to help students navigate their way through the process of seeking meaningful and valuable career experiences, including on-campus employment, internships, service opportunities, and part-time and full-timework. Our team helps you develop a resume and cover letters, conduct mock interviews and contemplate your future career choices. We also offer ongoing professional development workshops and events.
Our partnership begins right away. When you arrive on campus, you’ll work in tandem with a life coach to ensure a smooth and successful transition to Maryville.