Bachelor of Music Therapy
The Bachelor of Music Therapy degree program, accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music and the American Music Therapy Association, prepares students to use music as a therapeutic tool to address the physical, emotional, cognitive and social needs of individuals.
The College of Wooster and the Baldwin Wallace University Conservatory of Music comprise the Cleveland Music Therapy Consortium. This association was the first music therapy degree offered in Northeastern Ohio and was the first in the nation involving a cooperative arrangement among educational institutions. Please note that students entering this major will take some coursework at Baldwin Wallace University.
38.750 courses are required for graduation, subject to current restrictions on residency, fractional credit, fractional credit, and course load. 24 courses are taken in music.