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1 Immaculata University's renewal application to operate as an out-of-state institution in Maryland in accordance with COMAR

2 OOSRENEWAL <>> ~~t~j\nl)li1~~~,,~~.~9a.tion ~Ol\1MISSION #:::.'Application:for;;Renewan!A.pj)rovahfof Out~of-"ShtteDegree-Granting.; i(d~~. i~;i~~,"~;.~,~~,~p~ fe~ 7:E' ~Yi2It!~ti1~tf9~ sl~ i~~~i~a't ~i!li~ ~i.yt~#4 ::...~ :,. PleuseNote: A separate application form mustbe completed a.nd submitted with all supporting documentation for each proposed location in Maryland. Ifan additional, new location is being propqsed, a.n API!,licationforRenew{ll ofapprova/ must be submitted fol' that location. PREVIOSLY APPROVED LOCATION IN MARYLAND. Please provide the complete mailing address. Union Hospital, 106 Bow Street, Elkton, MD PROPOSED START DATE OF CONTINUED OPERATION. 9/1/2014 Applications should be submitted at least 5 months prior to the proposed start date. NAME AND ADDRESS OF INSITUTION APPLYING FOR APPROVAL. Name of Institution: Immaculata University Web Address: OPEID Code: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Postsecondary Education, ID Code-- Title IV eligibility. Chief Executives Officer: Sister R. Patricia Fadden, HIM, Ed.D. Mailing Address: 1145 King Road, Immaculata, PA Telephone: , x Institutional Liaison: Name and title of the individual who will serve as liaison to the Maryland Higher Education Commission: Name: Sister Ann M. Heath, IIIM, Ph.D. Title: Vice President for Academic Affairs Mailing Address: 1145 King Road, Immaculata, PA Telephone: , x OOS Renewal 2012

3 ***********'*********************** CERTIFICATION **********~**~************** \.,...,.. '! ;;. :. ~.:.. f I hereby affirm that the answ<;:r~ gi'veri in this.application and its attachments are accurate and complete and further agree to comply with the Annotated Code ofmaryland anci Stateregulattons governing- tlfe~ op.~ratton Ofou1.:.of::-Stare.a.egreC-'grantu1g~insti$tions.~---. (COMA).~.l3\S.02.01)., ~!:_ 7/1/2014 ~ ~~ 7;..1)_.(...,~ :... Dele Signature ofchiefexecutive Officer Please Submit All Information To: Maryland Higher Education Commission Division ofplanning and Academic Affairs 6 N. Liberty Street, 10 1 h Floor Baltimore, MD A. copy of these regulations can be found at the Maryland Higher Education Commission's web site (under Academic Approval Process) along with an on-line application form. ************************************************************************************** I. DURATION OF APPROVAL Approval to operate at a previciuil'y approved focation in Maryl~nd ill.ustbe.renewed ~-niiually. However, "during ofafter the fifth year of opei:ati~n ill M:arrland and du~ing any subsequent renewal cycle, an out-of State institution may apply for. approyal to ope~;~te in M~l~nd.fqr aj;j. extended peljc!_d_pf time up to 5 years." COMAR 13B C(l)... '..... II. SUPPORTINGDOCUMENTATION... ).. ':: ;.. Only a complete application can be acted upon. While s.eparate applic<1tipp. forms m~~t.~~ -~~~P.let~d.~d submitted for each approved location, the following S:uP,portip&._P.o9~mfptat~_Qn ~eedsto J:>e included only once for ea<:h entire package of: applications.. CHECK EACH'ITEM AS ATTACHED... l [g) Catalogs and Other Institutional Publications. COMAR l3b:02.01.;29a(l) The institution shall submit a non-refundable application fee in the amount of(a) $7,500 for up to two degree programs and (b) an additional $850 for each degree program over two programs. The institution's check should be made payable to: Maryland Higher Education Commission. The OOS Renewa

4 application renewal fee will be waived for renewals of out-of-state institutions operating at Regional Maryland Higher Education Center. ~ Accreditation. (Must_i}<:_cmnpany all te:ne.fll.l } COMAR 13B B(4)(g) Provide a copy of the most recent letter of approval (notification) from an organization recognized as an accrediting agency by the U.S. Department ofeducation. Along with your most recent notification of institutional accreditation, please provide evidence that you are in compliance with that organization's policies and procedures related to off-campus educational activities. If any of your proposed programs require program accreditation provide evidence of that accreditation. ~ Registration as an Out-of-State Corporation. (M1lstacc{)tnpig_ly~l!r~iiewals) COMAR 13B B(4)(f) To transact interstate business in Maryland, the institution must qualify with the State Department ofassessments and Taxation by making the certification required in the Corporations and Associations Article, 7-202, Annotated Code ofmaryland. A public institution is not required to qualify as a foreign corporation. However, a business entity affiliated with a public institution or a private institution (profit or non-profit) must qualify as a foreign corporation. The Foreign Corporation Qualification Form may be obtained from the Maryland Department ofassessments and Taxation, Room 809, 301 West Preston Street, Baltimore, Maryland or on-line at: Once qualified, the institution must provide a copy ofthe certificate of good standing issued by the State Department ofassessments and Taxation. ~ Certificate of Compliance With Fire and Safety Codes (rv11lsfaccolrij!lirtyalfrenewals): COMAR 13B B(4)(o) Please provide a certificate for each approved location for indicating that the proposed facility has been inspected and is found in compliance with local and State ordinances pertaining to fire and safety. ~ Board oftrustees Resolution offinancial Solvency (Mt!_~t~ccompany allrenewals) COMAR 13B B(4)(e) Please provide a resolution from your Board of Trustees addressed to the Secretary of Higher Education stating that your institution is financially solvent. D Advertisements COMAR 13B D(3)(p) [ Are there new advertisementsinj>rint format rehitedto your programs in Maryland? u;:::.r:t~~,=-'~-~~--~!j'~~f pl~_~se _pr9vi~_':5~.p~~~-~!~~ilew_~f.ly_~~~_s~~~e:!~~ ~ ' _;~c,. --'----~-.cc..c.~ ~ '-' ~ Emollment Data as Prescribed by the Secretary. (lviusta~<:ompa_!l-y_-~n-1-crenev;;~l~} COMAR 13B B(4)(q) Please provide the information requested on the Student Enrollment Data Form found at the end of this application. ~ Teach-out Plan {Mustac9ohiiJil1lY~li rtf11ewais1 COMAR 13B B( 4)(j)(iv) The institution must provide a copy of its teach-out plan allowing emolled students to complete their programs ifthe institution decides to cease operation in Maryland. OOS Renewal

5 II. APPLICATION QUESTIONAIRE This questionnaire, properly completed with supporting documentation, shall serve as an application for approval to operate in Maryland under the Code ofmaryland Regulations (COMAR) 13B It must be completed for each proposed location. 1. Programs. );> CURRENTLY OFFERED PROGRAMS. r ~ ~----~ :- - -:-c...,...-:-, ,~ INSTRUCTIONS. )?lease enter the requested I]Jfo.r~~tif)D, o11: your CURRENTLYOFFERED 1 PROGRAM~ in, the ~pa,ce~providedb~lqw, Qr.(!re~t~.a:o,~ftachment (l~beled "A-~: Current l_!!~.~~~~~!.1.t.~-~~~!,_~pp..l.~~~-~~~-~!t.~..!~~e!'1~,~~-:~fu:~!.p.~~~-~~-:.c,... ::.c: , (a) Provide a list of your currently offered programs at this location. For each program provide the following information: (1) the full title ofthe program; (2) the degree or certificate to be awarded; (3) the mode ofinstructional delivery; (4) the number of credit hours (semester or quarter); and (5) whether they are offered at the parent campus. : i:{pfogfam Title )"> :.\}''~- '\... 'Degtee.. '._.. : Mode of Il1struction.Total. Credit Offered on Main...,' Hours Campus ' -.: Yes/No Example: Orgdnizationa!Mana'gement. M.s: Classroom 36sem Yes Example: Business Administration B.S.B Distance Ed. 120sem Yes RN to BSN degree completion program BSN Classroom 126 sem Yes Clinical Psychology Psy.D. Classroom 117 sem Yes );> NEW PROGRAMS INSTRUCTIONS-:Is-th;fnstitutl~np-;;;~~i;g ;~y""n~~~;p;og~a;~-;ttili~~~;ti;;?"0 Yes-0 ~- -J Ifyes, please enter the requested Informationin the spaces provided below, or create an attachment (labeled "A-1: NewPrograms") to this Informafiop with your responses to the following for each Dew L.P~~gra!.!l:,~ : :' ~ ~-~-"---,:_~-- --~ ;.,_.--~-----'-- :.._':~.--- (a) Provide a list of the new programs at this location. For each new program provide the following information: (1) the full title of the program; (2) the degree or certificate to be awarded; (3) the mode of instructional delivery; ( 4) the number of credit hours (semester or quarter); and (5) whether they are offered at the parent campus. OOS Renewal2012 4

6 Program Title Degree Mode of. Total Offered Instruction Credit on Main - - Hours Campus _-_, -..c.,_:_:_ I _-.-Yes/No Example: OrganizationalMm1agement t- MS. Classroom 36 sem' Yes Example.'.BtlsinessAdmi11i:slration ~-~ ~~--C cb.s.b..: -- - Distance Ed. 120serff. ~Yes ::c (b) If the information does not appear in the catalog or publication you submitted provide (1) a description of the curriculum; (2) the objectives of each course; and (3) a course schedule for the proposed location (c) Please provide a brief description of the student population to be served by the proposed new programs. 2. Educational Need. Before the Commission may evaluate the readiness ofan out-of-state institution to operate or award new degrees in the State, including the offering of an instructional program or a degree level not previously approved, the institution shall present evidence demonstrating the educational need to establish operations, offer programs, and award the degrees in question in the State. In addition, the out-of State institution shall demonstrate that the proposed program, for which the institution is making application, meets a critical and compelling regional or Statewide need and is consistent with the Maryland Postsecondary Education. COMAR 13B A&C --~ ::~ ~ ~ ] INSTRUCTIONS: Please enter the requested information in tfie spaces provii:lecl below, or create an attachment (labeled "A-2: Educational Need") to this applicatiqn and respon<}:to the following uesti~~s_f~~ ~~ch n_~w p_rograni: : _ ::.., ~ ~- - _ (a) What critical and compelling Regional or Statewide (Maryland) need and demand do your proposed programs meet? In responding to this question provide documentation as indicated below: (1) Ifthe programs serve occupational needs, present data projecting market demand and the availability of openings in the job market to be served by the new programs for which the institution is making application. This information may include workforce and employment projections prepared by the federal and State govermnents, the availability of graduates in the State or region, marketing studies done by the institution or others, and material from professional and trade associations. OOS Renewal2012 5

7 (2) If the programs serve societal needs (include the traditional liberal arts education), provide a Description of how the proposed programs will enhance higher education in Maryland and contribute society _.. _. (b) If il11il.<~.r prqgralll_s ~xist in the State, what are the similarities Qr_differe11c~s in yo\lrijrqgranli11 tern}~ of the degrees to be awarded, the areas of specialization, and the specific academic content of the programs? (c) Is a Maryland employer sponsoring/supporting the application for the program(s) to be offered at this location? DYes 0No Ifyes, please attach a letter of support from the employer addressed to the Assistant Secretary, Planning and Academic Affairs. The letter should outline the employer's reasons for selecting the institution and its programs and state the benefits to the employees who participate in the program 3. Administrative Staff. The out-of-state institution shall provide for an on-site administrative staff responsible for overall administrative operation of educational activities including counseling, advising, testing orientation, financial aid services, and maintenance of academic records. In addition to being responsible for the administration of the policies and procedures of the parent institution, the designated administrators are responsible for meeting the expectations set forth in this chapter [of the Regulatory Standards of the State of Maryland for Out-of-State Institutions]. The duties and size of the staff shall be adequate for the size of the educational activities offered. COMAR 13B l INSTRUCTIONS: Has any previously reported Administrative Staff information changed since your last approval at tltis location? 0 Yes D No. 1 \ I IIfyes, please enter the requested information in the spaces provided below, or create an attachment! labeled (labeled "A~3: Administrative Staff Changes") to this application with any changes to the ~-~~!!~~'\'~l!ll9.~~~~~~: ~ '- - (a) How are you planning to meet the above standard on Administrative Staff? j II (b) Who will be assigned to carry-out each ofthese duties? Please include a cutticulum vitae/resume for each administrator. OOS Renewal2012 6

8 4.Faculty -:-:--.,-~- ----, : :----., ~ J: ir INSTRUCTIONS: Has any previously reported Faculty information changedsince your last I appr<>val at this location? D Yes D No - C < c.. bcfi~ckd_oabeled'''<\d: Facu~tjc<:lla_~~.:lrifltally chang.,'t9~tbe.fuli<>]vim<.qu~~ c~.: I c.... ' I Ifyes, pleas~~e_ut~i tluu:equesteclinf<>rmation. ht the s}lac s pi ~_Vided below, o.r ~.;reate an attachme11t _ (a) List all faculty that are to teach in the first year (or cycle) of the programs at this location. For each faculty member provide the following information: COMAR 13B (4)(m) (1) the course(s) the faculty might soon teach; (2) the degrees the individual holds (3) the degrees areas of specialization; and (4) whether or not the faculty member is full-time or part-time (adjunct) at your parent institution (b) Please include a curriculum vitae/resume for each potential faculty member. For those faculty who are yet to be hired include a job description and minimal qualifications. 5. Library Resources. Out-of-State Institutions offering programs or courses, or both, in Maryland, shall provide adequate and appropriate library resources within State boundaries and within reasonable distance of the instructional site. Usage statistics shall be kept to determine to what extent these resources are available and accessible. COMAR 13B A jinstructidns~ha;;;-y- pi'-;vio~;iy rep~~ted-lit;;;;.-;; i~{~;:-~~ti~~~-~h;nged~ince y~u~-iast ~ i approval atthis location? DYes D No I lg.t~~';::~r:~~ ~:~ ~~;:;:~;.:::~;=.:t :~:~~:. ~~;i~f:~:: ~:~~~::; ' I! - - ~ (a) How are you plam1ing to meet this standard on Library Resources? Briefly describe the types of materials and titles that you will make available to your students and how they will access them. Will there be provision for bibliographic instruction and/or library orientation? 6. Student Services. COMAR 13B concerns student services and activities. These shall realistically reflect the stated objectives, purposes, and philosophy of the out-of-state institution. Further, an out-of-state institution shall ensure that all students have access to a well developed program of counseling, testing, advisement, orientation, financial aid, career development, and placement. The institution may determine the specific organization of services, as well as the resources and staffing provided, as long as provision for these services are made. Student activities that complement the instructional program are particularly encouraged. COMAR Section.18 also requires that the out-of-state institutions keep complete and accurate records of admission, emollment, grades, scholarships, transfer of credits, transcripts, graduates, and other essentials in accordance with standard practice. This includes the physical security and confidentiality of such records. The Section requires as well, a published statement of student rights, privileges, and responsibilities and the school's adherence to its student grievance OOS Renewal2012 7

9 ~ ~--- ~-- ~ procedures. I last approval at this location? DYes D No _..,.,.,.._,,_,,,_,..,, INSTRUCTIONS: Has any previously reported Student Services information changed since your I l Ifyes, please enter the requested information in the spaces provided below, or create an attachment _Qa~~!~~~~_-6:_~_!tldeE-!~~~~~!~1!.~ _!1~~ ap}jlication with a~y ~h~ng~s-~-~~ fo_l:!_?_~~_ng q~~~f!:~ns. (a) How do you plan to implement the requirements for Student Services cited above? (b )Regarding student records describe the security measures the institution takes to ensure the confidentiality, physical, and electronic security of your record-keeping system. (c) Does the institution have a published statement ofrights, privileges, and responsibilities of smdents? D Yes 0 No How will it make this available to its students at the proposed instructional site? Ifthis statement is in the Catalog you submitted with the application, please indicate the page number: Ifnot in the Catalog you submitted, please provide us with a copy ofthe statement. (d) Does the institution have a published student grievance procedure? D Yes D No Ifthis procedure is in the Catalog you submitted with the application, please indicate the page number. Ifnot in the Catalog you submitted, please provide us with a copy ofthe grievance procedure. 7. Facilities. (See COMAR 13B ) : : ""'"""''''''""''"''''""'''"""''""'""'''"" - ~ "'" ,.,,.,,, - INSTRUCTIONS: Has any previously reported Student Services information changed since your last approval at this location? DYes D No I r Ifyes to either question, please enter the requested information in the spaces provided below, or 1 create an attachment (labeled "A-7: Facilities") to this application with any changes to the following 1...<1~~~!~~~~: ~ "' ~ " " ~-- (a) Has a specific facility been inspected and approved for use as a classroom/laboratory space and been found in compliance with local and State ordinance pertaining to fire and safety? 0 Yes 0 No (1) Ifyes, please provide a copy of the Certificate of Compliance. (2) Ifno, the Certificate of Compliance must be submitted at least 30 days prior to the start of classes. (b) Describe any special instructional facilities and equipment (computers, audio-visual equipment, etc.) that will be used and available to students in this location. (c) Describe what provisions are being made for periodic repair and maintenance ofbuildings and grounds. What measures are being taken for campus security and fire protection? If dangerous or toxic materials are being handled, what provisions are being made for safe storage, handling and disposal? OOS Renewal2012 8

10 (d)describe the office (and conference) space available to full and part-time faculty and administrators. 8. Distance Education. "Distance education" means course work for academic credit delivered by telecommunicated instruction to a physical space specifically reserved for the purpose ofreceiving the instruction, for example, a teleclassroom, and requires the payment of tuition or fees for the instruction. "Distance education" does not include telecommunicated instruction at the student's initiation via an individual personal computer. COMAR 13B (8). An institution operating in Maryland and delivering instruction in Maryland by distance education shall provide evidence to the Secretary of compliance with the standards of good practice found in CO MAR 13B OOS Renewal

11 Accreditation

12 .MIDDLE STATES COI\'11\USSION ON HI(;UER EDUCATION 3624 Mnrket Street, Philndelphin, PA Teh Fnx: Wli111 msclle. org STATEMENT OF ACCREDITATION STATUS IMMACULATA UNIVERSITY 1145 King Road Immaculata, P A Phone: (610) ; Fax: (610) Chief Executive Officer: INSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION Enrollment (Headcount): Control: Affiliation: Carnegie Classification: Degrees Offered: Distance Education Programs: Sister R. Patricia Fadden, President 2883 Undergraduate; 1234 Graduate Private (Non-Profit) Religious- Roman Catholic Church Doctoral/Research Associate's, Bachelor's, Master's, Doctor's - Professional Practice, Doctor's- Research/Scholarship; Yes Accreditors Recognized by U.S. Secretary of Education: Academy ofnutrition and Dietetics, Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics; American Psychological Association, Commission on Accreditation; Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education; National Association of Schools of Music, Commission on Accreditation Other Accreditors: Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs, West 119th Street, Overland Park, Kansas Instructional Locations Branch Campuses: None Additional Locations: Abington Memorial Hospital, Abington, PA; Archbishop John Carroll High School, Radnor, P A; Archmere Academy, Claymont, DE; AstraZeneca, Wilmington, DE; Avon Grove Charter School, West Grove, PA; Bishop McDevitt High School, Harrisburg, P A (ANY A); Blue Mountain School District, Orwigsburg, P A; Chester Country Intermediate Unit, Downingtown, P A; Coatesville VA Medical Center, Coatesville, P A; Collegium Charter School, Exton, P A; Conewago School District, New Oxford, P A; Delaware County Intermediate Unit, Morton, PA; Dixon Center, Harrisburg, PA; East Lycoming School District, Hughesville, P A; Fort Indiantown Gap, Annville, P A; Garnet Valley Middle School, Glen Mills, P A; Glen Mills School, Glen Mills, P A; Hempfield School District, Landisville,

13 Course descriptions from the College's catalog

14 Below, please find a the following: Music Therapy Program outcomes Course descriptions and course outcomes, by course, for all required MUT courses in the music therapy program. Full course syllabus for the internship expe1ience, which is the only course in the program that necessitates submission of this application to operate in Maryland. MAin Music Therapy- Program Outcomes The Master ofarts in Music Therapy program prepares students to: 1. Work at an advanced level with a wide range of clients across various clinical settings 2. Understand client needs from a variety of theoretical perspectives and clinical models 3. Practice music-centered psychotherapy at an advanced level 4. Practice music therapy with greater self-awareness, and engage in ongoing personal development 5. Utilize the scholarly literature effectively, understand and conduct research, and produce scholarly writing, in music therapy 6. Enter the profession with the educational requirements required to qualify for Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) status in Pennsylvania 7. Adhere to ethical standards ofprofessional practice in music therapy 8. Serve as leaders within the music therapy field MUT 500: Theoretical Orientations to Music Therapy Clinical Practice (3 credits) Course Description: Students develop a comprehensive knowledge of the foundations and principles of music therapy theory and practice. Historical, philosophical and psychological underpinnings of the music therapy field are presented in the context of music therapy models, case studies, and treatment orientations. Students are introduced to qualitative and quantitative research methods and their underlying philosophical propositions. These are elaborated through the development of a first-person research project. MUT 500 Course Outcomes 1) Demonstrate comprehensive knowledge of music therapy principles, methods, and techniques with their appropriate applications to practice; understand models and constructs underlying various clinical practices. 2) Demonstrate basic knowledge ofpurpose, intent, and function of music therapy for various client populations and differentiate theoretical or treatment orientations and their implications for music therapy practice. 3) Demonstrate basic knowledge of the psychological and physiological aspects of musical behavior and experience; knowledge ofphilosophical, psychological, physiological, sociological bases of the use of music as therapy. Demonstrate lmowledge of professional Standards of Clinical Practice regarding assessment, treatment, and evaluation

15 Interpret infonnation in the professional research literature; perform a data-based literature search, and apply selected research finding to clinical practice. Apply a first-person qualitative research design to a research study and conduct advanced research using this design. Follow through with all tasks regarding education and professional training; meet deadlines without prompting, and accept feedback in a productive manner. MUT 502: Theories and Processes in MT Practice (3 credits) Course Description: This course will provide a comprehensive synthesis of developmental theories and treatment lmowledge based on current research and evidence-based practice to address music therapy clinical practice using didactic methods. Didactic practices are those in which music therapy experiences promote the acquisition, restoration or maintenance of knowledge and skills integral to health and functionality. Particular emphasis is placed on understanding and constructing music therapy experiences for persons with developmental difficulties. Therapeutic treatment will be understood and applied through an in-depth examination of assessment, treatment, and evaluation procedures from the perspective of didactic music therapy practices. Developmental theories applicable to music therapy based on Schwartz' childhood development, Bruscia and Briggs' musical development, Stages of play therapy, Gaston, Freud Piaget, Erikson, and Kohlberg will be reviewed and applied to a variety of clinical methods. The application of cognitive, behavioral, analytical and humanistic approaches to psychotherapy will be understood in the context of addressing various therapeutic needs of clients. Special attention is given to the role of music experiences in clients' assessment and treatment, across various populations and settings. Theoretical, clinical and research literature petiaining to these practices are reviewed, with consideration given to multiple therapeutic orientations. Data collection and basic research design will be studied in the context of potential clinical research opportunities. Students will explore pertinent research literature, plan and implement simulated music therapy processes, and develop resources for future use. MUT 502 Course Outcomes 1) Gain a comprehensive understanding of assessment, treatment planning, evaluation, and data collection as they relate to the following didactic music therapy practices: Music therapy in special education Behavioral music therapy Developmental music therapy 2) Gain a basic understanding of how music therapy experiences are used to address goals in the following areas: Apply lmowledge ofhow music therapy experiences are used to address problems in the following areas: Motor skill development Cognitive development Communication skill development

16 Social skill development Behavior change Self expression 3) Synthesize a comprehensive lmowledge of current theories and therapeutic approaches found in the literature that is applicable to music therapy treatment for persons with developmental challenges 4) Implement music experiences for these populations using a variety ofmusic therapy methods including original arrangements or compositions of music 5) Differentiate the purposes and appropriateness of various theoretical treatment orientations and models ofmusic therapy for specific developmental disorders and levels of client functionality taking into account multicultural needs of clients 6) Acquire and apply comprehensive knowledge of human growth and development, musical development, diagnostic classifications and symptoms to the formulation and implementation of treatment plans for clients with developmental challenges 7) Understand methods of data collection to evaluate and research music therapy treatment delivery and create data collection forms for a theoretical client study MUT 504: Theories and Practices in Medical Music Therapy (3 credits) Course Description: This course will provide an in-depth examination of practices in which music experiences and therapeutic relationships promote physiological and psychological wellbeing. Students advance their understanding of clinical practice by applying lmowledge of music therapy assessment, treatment and evaluation to work with children and adults in medical settings. By focusing on physiological and biopsychosocial theories, students develop their lmowledge of the influence of music on the human body, and the interplay between mind, body and spirit. The theoretical, clinical, and research literature pertaining to these practices are reviewed, with consideration given to multiple therapeutic mientations. Special attention is given to the role of music experiences in client assessment and treatment, across vmious populations and settings. Students explore pertinent case studies, plan and implement simulated music therapy processes, and cultivate resources for future use. Data collection and basic research design is introduced in the context of potential clinical research oppmtunities. Additional emphasis is placed on the integration of verbal skills and music experiences and the assessment process for short-term clinical interventions. Students will participate in verbal discussion and dialogue, as well as live, interactive music experiences as a part of developing an understanding of concepts and techniques featured in the course. In addition, students will have opportunities to conduct simulated, medical music therapy processes, involving class peers. MUT 504 Course Outcomes 1) Defme methods and levels of music therapy interventions in medical music therapy practices 2) Synthesize a comprehensive lmowledge of current theories and therapeutic approaches found in the literature that is applicable to a biopsychosocial music therapy approach for persons with medical problems, and apply these to clinical treatment methods using music therapeutically for symptoms of pain, stress, anxiety, and rehabilitation procedures, taking into account the

17 multicultural needs of clients. 3) Demonstrate an in-depth knowledge of medical conditions, their charactetistics and symptoms 4) Integrate knowledge of and apply methods of assessment, treatment strategies, and evaluation utilizing all music therapy methods to address and document client procedures in a medical setting 5) Develop skills to treat clients with a medical condition: a) improvisation skills and approptiate repet1oire to treat pain and anxiety and promote relaxation; b) Imagery skills for safe and effective practice in the medical setting b) verbal skills with awareness ofpsychodynamic processes to promote a positive clienttherapist relationship 6) Develop advanced professional skills: a) Express thoughts and feelings in a consistently constructive manner b) Demonstrate critical self-awareness of strengths and weaknesses and the impact of one's personal issues on therapy and client c) Accept criticism/feedback with willingness and follow through in implementing suggestions in a productive manner 7) Formulate ideas for clinical research projects based on a medical population: a) demonstrating knowledge of the purpose and methodology of quantitative and qualitative research applied to a medical population, and b) performing a data-based literature search MUT 506: Theories and Practices in Psychotherapeutic Music Therapy (3 credits) Course Description: An in-depth examination of psychotherapeutic practices in music therapy, in which music experiences and therapeutic relationships promote mental and emotional wellbeing. The theoretical, clinical, and research literature pertaining to these practices are reviewed, with consideration given to multiple therapeutic mientations. Special attention is given to the role of music experiences in client assessment and treatment, across various psychiatric populations and settings. Pertinent literature is further examined and integrated into clinical practice. An understanding of the potential physical and psychologicaltisks to health and safely encountered in music therapy practice is also emphasized. Students will participate in verbal discussion and dialogue, as well as live, interactive music experiences as a part of developing an understanding of concepts and techniques featured in the course. In addition, students will have opportunities to conduct simulated, psychotherapeutic music therapy processes, involving class peers. An introduction to research is a primary component of this course. Data collection and basic research design is introduced in the context of potential clinical research opportunities. Topics include constructing literature reviews, applied research topics and methods of research within the quantitative and qualitative paradigms.

18 MUT 506 Course Outcomes 1) Synthesize a comprehensive knowledge of cunent philosophical, psychological, physiological and sociological theories and therapeutic approaches for music therapy with persons being treated for mental health issues, and apply this lmowledge to clinical treatment methods using music therapeutically, while taking into account the multicultural needs of clients. 2) Demonstrate an in-depth knowledge of mental health conditions, their characteristics and symptoms 3) Integrate lmowledge of and apply methods of assessment, treatment strategies, and evaluation utilizing all music therapy methods to address and document client procedures in mental health settings 4) Develop skills to treat clients with a mental health condition: a) Improvisation skills with individuals and structured improvisations for groups b) Referential improvisation using imagery c) Development ofrepertoire for group singing and song writing d) Verbal skills with awareness ofpsychodynamic processes to promote a positive clienttherapist relationship and facilitation of cohesive group dynamics 5) Develop advanced professional skills: a) Express thoughts and feelings in a consistently constructive manner b) Demonstrate critical self-awareness of strengths and wealmesses and understand the impact of one's personal issues on therapy and client c) Accept criticism/feedback with willingness and follow through in implementing suggestions in a productive manner MUT : Clinical Training Practicum: Integrating Theory and Practice (1 credit - each course) Course Description: Students undettake clinical training experiences with various populations, in a range of settings. Through the completion of 200 hours of supervised practice (approximately 65 hours per placement) and a weekly seminar, students integrate their theoreticallmowledge of music therapy into the design and implementation of music therapy sesswns. Clinical Training Site: Students are placed in three different clinical music therapy sites, one or more each semester. Typically this includes a placement with children (e.g. school), with older adults (e.g. nursing home), and in the general field of mental health (e.g. psychiatric facility, drug rehab program, etc.). In competing each placement, a special emphasis is placed on 1) synthesizing foundational principles ofmusic therapy practice, as they relate to the client population and setting encountered; 2) applying cunent literature to the clients and settings encountered, with a special emphasis on the constructs underpinning this research; 3) adapting assessment, treatment, and evaluation procedures to these client populations, 4) responding to the dynamics of musical and interpersonal relationships that emerge at different stages ofthe therapeutic process, and 5) adhering to AMTA's Code ofethics. Clinical Training Forum: The supervision seminar is designed for the student to meet with peers and the instructor to develop their understanding of concepts introduced in MUT500, 502,

19 504 and 506, share support, exchange feedback, explore issues sun ouncling training experiences, develop skills and raise awareness. Several written assigmnents are required as part of this forum. Detailed descriptions of all assignments can be found in the Graduate Music Therapy Clinical Training Guide. MUT Course Outcomes 1) Apply comprehensive knowledge ofthe foundations and principles ofmusic therapy practice differentiating theoretical and treatment models as they pertain to the clinical placement(s) 2) Apply comprehensive knowledge ofcurrent methods of music therapy assessment, treatment and evaluation relating clinical phenomenon in music therapy to the broader treatment context 3) Respond to the needs of clients in sessions through musical, verbal, and non-verbal means Demonstrate proficiency on guitar' pmno, ana vmce taccoromg to 1eve1 1, L., or j 4) expectatwnsj leading the clients in playing and singing songs independently and musically while demonstrating the ability to use each song therapeutically. 5) Compose music, including songs, in various styles to meet specific therapeutic needs 6) Provide spontaneous musical support for client improvisation(s) 7) Utilize self-awareness and insight to deepen the client's process in sessions and use personal reflection (e.g. joumaling) to enhance clinical practice. 8) Recognize limitations in competence and seek supervision to improve in these areas; 9) respond to supervisor feedback in an open manner, integrating this feedback into subsequent sessions 10) Adhere to the AMTA ethics guidelines, maintaining client confidentiality and applying HIPAA guidelines 11) Apply quantitative and qualitative research to the clients/setting, linking theory and practice MUT 608: Ethical and Professional Orientation to Music Therapy (2 credits) Course Description: Students develop an understanding of all aspects ofprofessional functioning, including history, roles, organizational structures, ethics, standards and credentialing. A particular emphasis is placed on ethical thinldng, using ethical decision making processes to discuss, solve and apply to clinical practice. In addition to HIPAA, students developed an understanding ofamta's Code ofethics, and further their knowledge of ethical issues related to consent, research, work with minors, and work with dangerous clients. MUT 608 Course Outcomes 1) Developing a Working Knowledge ofamta and CBMT and their roles in the profession 2) Developing an understanding ofhipaa and its relevance to clinical practice

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