Art Therapy (AT) degree programs are in a growing category of programs that specialize in treating individuals with autism spectrum disorders (ASD).
Art therapy programs have gained prominence over the past decade as autism and other disabilities have increased in prevalence in the U.S.
Art therapy is an art form that teaches the development of a person’s artistic abilities.
It is also known as therapy for the deaf and hearing impaired, and can be used to teach artistic skills to individuals.
The University of Michigan’s Art Therapy program, which is based in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, offers a $1,500 scholarship to applicants with an Art Therapy degree or equivalent degree.
The university said that applicants must have completed at least two Art Therapy classes.
Applicants will also be required to have a valid current driver’s license or state ID.
The scholarship is not for graduates of the program, but is for students who are currently enrolled.
Students applying to the Art Therapy Program must have a GPA of 2.3, a cumulative GPA of 3.2, or a cumulative 2.5 GPA for the first year.
The Art Therapy graduate program requires students to complete an Art Practice course.
Students must take the course in conjunction with an ART Therapy degree and be in good academic standing.
The course is accredited by the Council for Advancement of Art Therapy.
The program offers a variety of programs, including a Master’s degree and a Ph.
Applicents can apply to the program with either an Art or Music degree.
Art Therapy programs are available in more than 60 U., S., and Canadian universities.
Students can also apply to take the Art Practice program in conjunction in an Art Therapist program.
The first year of Art Therapy program is offered in summer 2018.
The second year of the Art Therapy program is slated for 2021.
Art Therapys first program opened in May 2018.