About our Massage Therapy Diploma
Massage Therapy training will provide you with the physical, technical, and academic skills to begin a career in the expanding field of massage therapy. You will receive extensive training in massage and bodywork assessment, theory, and application, enabling you to perform a wide range of massage techniques in relaxation, pain management, and injury recovery. When you complete the program, you will be prepared to take the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB) exam or the National Examination for State Licensing (NESL).
Then, you may choose to become a private practitioner opening your own massage therapy business, work in a salon or spa, or even travel the globe working in resorts or on a cruise ship. If you prefer clinical applications, work with a chiropractor or in a health club.
|Course Name||Course Type||Credit Hours|
|Complementary Modalities||Massage Therapy||1.0|
|MT Applications I||Massage Therapy||1.0|
|MT Applications II||Massage Therapy||1.0|
|Integrative Therapies||Massage Therapy||1.0|
|Massage Physiology & Theory||Massage Therapy||2.0|
|Anatomy & Physiology I||Massage Therapy||1.0|
|Anatomy & Physiology II||Massage Therapy||1.0|
|Anatomy & Physiology III||Massage Therapy||1.0|
|Business & Ethics of Massage Therapy||Massage Therapy||1.0|
|Myology I||Massage Therapy||2.0|
|MT Applications III||Massage Therapy||1.0|
|Massage Therapy Clinical||Massage Therapy||2.0|
|Intro to Clinical Massage Treatments||Massage Therapy||1.0|
|Myology II||Massage Therapy||2.0|
|Exam Review & Energy Theory||Massage Therapy||2.0|
|Success in College & the Workplace||Career Development||2.0|
|Total Credit Hours||=||24.0|
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