150 point program
1.5 years full-time / part-time unavailable
Students undertake a research project under supervision and are enrolled in the major thesis subject.
On completion of the subject students should have acquired a detailed knowledge of scholarship in the area of their research and, through preparation of the thesis, should have made a contribution to the advancement of knowledge in Music Therapy.
In addition to the thesis, students attend and contribute to the regular Postgraduate Seminar as well as biannual intensive research weekends with international scholars who provide additional feedback on projects.
Students enrolled in the Master of Music (Music Therapy) may apply to convert to the PhD in Music Therapy after 9 months of candidature. Students must demonstrate that they have satisfactorily completed the requirements equivalent to the first (probationary) year of the PhD.
Further course information, graduate attributes and core participation information available in the University Handbook.