Art Therapist in a variety of social situations, including Children’s Centers, Rehabilitation Centers, Senior Centers, etc. Must have a Master’s degree to practice.
Marygrove College’s Art Department believes that an education in the visual arts, a precursor to becoming an art therapist, should consist of the development and understanding of artistic skills, associated theories of creating art, art history and the importance of building a personal aesthetic voice. An integral part of this philosophy focuses on developing within our students the dedication and desire needed to move forward in their artistic endeavors and to using those skills to help others through art therapy.
SPECIAL ELEMENTS OF THE PROGRAM
Please review “Special Elements” in the ART section of this catalog for information on Visual Literacy, Computer Literacy, Writing Skills, Cooperative Education Program, Academic Performance, Transfer Students, and Senior Seminar that are applicable to the Art Therapy degree as well.
Although some art and art history courses are offered in the evenings, most of the studio courses are only offered during the day. The art therapy courses are offered at night and on weekends.
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