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UND Music Therapy
Music Therapy program is no longer accepting new Majors
The College of Arts & Sciences is the heart and soul of the University of North Dakota, providing thousands of students with vibrant, meaningful, and exciting undergraduate and graduate programs within the college, and all UND students with a quality general education experience. As noted by President Schafer, we are faced with unfortunate budget realities given the state’s fiscal situation. As a result of these budget realities, we no longer have the resources to continue to accept and teach students in all programs. The College of Arts & Sciences has made decisions to no longer allow students to declare a major in Music Therapy.
Students will be able to complete the courses required to fulfill their Music Therapy major and receive their Bachelor of Music in Music Therapy. If you have questions, please contact Dr. Michael Wittgraf ( michael.wittgraf@UND.edu ) or Dr. Karyn Plumm ( karyn.plumm@UND.edu ).
Current Applicants and Prospective Students
Thank you for your interest in the Music Therapy program. As of this Fall, we will no longer accept majors in this program. If you have applied to the Music Therapy Major for the coming academic year, we apologize that it will not be possible to pursue this major at the University of North Dakota. Applicants choosing to not attend UND will receive a direct communication regarding your reimbursements.
However, please note that you may wish to consider one of our other three undergraduate degree programs in Music: BM in Music Education, BM in Performance, BA in Music. For more information about any of these programs please contact Dr. Karyn Plumm ( karyn.plumm@UND.edu ).