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Professional Studies Program for Music Therapy Certification Eligibility


Psychology of Music Students Present Research

Psychology of Music Students Share Research in Ruebush Hallway

Students in the Psychology of Music (MUTH 331) class presented research posters on the development of musical preference in the Ruebush Hall hallway on Monday, April 8. The students worked diligently throughout the semester to explore the topic of musical preference. Using preferred music in music therapy sessions is a principle that underscores most clinical […]

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Alumni Successes


Changing Lives with Music Therapy

Shenandoah University student Sara Woodward is helping to fine tune the mobility and memory of older adults through music. Woodward, 26, a resident of Laurel, Md.,is in the second year of her Master in Music Therapy program at Shenandoah University. She earned a Bachelor of Music Therapy in 2014 from Shenandoah. Woodward currently works as […]

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Shenandoah Conservatory Music Therapy (MT) students and Undergraduate MT Program Director Daniel Tague, Ph.D., MT-BC, in Front of Golden Temple in Japan as part of a Global Experiential Learning (GEL) Trip that also took them to the 15th World Congress of Music Therapy.

MT Shines at World Congress of Music Therapy

Ten Shenandoah University Music Therapy students helped close out the 15th World Congress of Music Therapy in Japan with a song. The students were there, with Director of Undergraduate Music Therapy Studies and Assistant Professor of Music Therapy Daniel Tague, Ph.D., MT-BC, on a Global Experiential Learning (GEL) trip to Tokyo, Tsukuba and Kyoto, Japan. […]

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