Music plays an important role in every society and culture. It is an important part of all aspects of life, including various social, religious, recreational and cultural occasions. Many people spend a considerable amount of time daily listening to music or playing a musical instrument. Music can affect and regulate our mood and emotions, and can be used as a therapeutic medium.
Music Psychology Training focuses on how these issues can be investigated using scientific methods. It consists of two Master’s Degree programmes:
- Master's Degree Programme in Music Therapy (MT)
- consist of 120 ECTS credits
- require two academic years of full-time study
- are tuition free
- are taught in English
The next course will start in September 2016 and the application period for it will start at autumn 2015. Deadline for application is January 2016, the exact date to be informed later.
Music, Mind & Technology:
University Researcher Marc Thompson
Assoc. Prof. Esa Ala-Ruona
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