Are there any colleges where you can study how to be a music therapist and a physical therapist at the same time?
yes theres 1 in whalkes called music and you can get a job as a therapist
Physical therapy can be studied at three different levels. Physical therapist aide Physical therapist assistant Physical therapist Depending on what is your career objective or what you want to become you can get on the job training, community and private colleges and university programs. Hope it helps!
Typically, physical therapist assistants are required by law to hold at least an associate degree. This is a two year program of study, which is offered by a number of community colleges. According to the American Physical Therapy Association, there were 233 accredited physical therapist assistant programs in the United States as of 2006.
The following is written by and according to the U.S. Department of Labor and particular to the education and training required for physical therapist assistants. Almost all physical therapist assistants earn an associate degree (tow year program of study) from an accredited physical therapist assistant program. Most States require licensing for physical therapist assistants.
Years ago, the educational requirement for a physical therapist was a bachelors degree. As I understand it at present, most colleges and universities have know made it a masters, and - if not already - will soon make it a doctorate. Still, I will place a link under the related links section indicated below (College Board) where you can research institutions that offer physical therapy as a program of study, and understand their degree requirement…
A specific minor is not required to obtain a degree in Physical Therapy. However, if you choose a minor, I would suggest you minor in something the will enhance your primary program of study, and make it something useful. You should be advised, that a BA in Physical Therapy in becoming scarce. If there are any colleges out there that still offer a BA in Physical Therapy it will be short-lived. Most colleges have made…
The best resource to study music therapy is the National Association of Music Therapy. They can give you a comprehensive list of all schools offering Music Therapy as a degree in the U.S. and also give good guidelines in terms of the general requirements for a music therapist (i.e. ability to sight-read, play piano & guitar, etc.)