Master of Expressive Arts Therapy
We offer both two-year full-time and three-year part-time study options.
Students are required to undertake academic coursework (10 compulsory courses, 2 elective courses), accumulate practicum experience (500 to 750 hours) and complete a final dissertation during their studies. Classes are conducted during weekday evenings and occasional weekends.
Students may be approved to enroll up to 2 elective courses from selected elective courses offered by other taught postgraduate curriculum of the Department as substitute of elective courses. The substitute must be relevant to expressive arts therapy and comprise the equivalent of at least 36 contact hours.
|EXAT7001||Theory and principles of expressive arts therapy|
|EXAT7002||Expressive arts studio|
|EXAT7003||Community applications of creative process|
|EXAT7004||Facilitating creative process and expression|
|EXAT7005||Group creative process and expression|
|EXAT7006||Professional practice and ethics in expressive arts therapy|
|MSBH7005||Scientific inquiry and research methods in behavioral health|
|SOWK6158||Critical issues in human development|
|SOWK6199||Assessment and interventions in mental health: A clinical case management approach|
|Elective Courses *(Select 2 Courses)|
|EXAT7100||Special topics in expressive arts therapy|
|EXAT7101||Fundamentals of music therapy|
|EXAT7102||Fundamentals of drama therapy|
|EXAT7103||Fundamentals of art therapy|
|EXAT7104||Fundamentals of dance and movement therapy|
|MSBH6101||Counselling and psychotherapy|
|SOWK6259||Contemporary perspectives on death, dying and bereavement|
|SOWK6274||Theory and practice of positive psychology and strength-based interventions|
* Not all elective courses will necessarily be offered in a given year.