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Professional Massage Therapy Program

Time Frame
Full-time: 32 weeks (7½ months)
Part-time: 52 weeks (12 months)

51 quarter credit hours
815.5 clock hours

Program Overview
This comprehensive 815.5-hour program prepares students to become successful practicing bodyworkers by giving them a broad knowledge of both Eastern and Western theories and techniques. The program exceeds standards set by most state and municipal governments for licensing.

Students learn basic massage theory and technique. They are also taught an Eastern paradigm of bodywork therapy that includes shiatsu and acupressure, along with contemporary Western modalities such as structural bodywork, trigger point therapy & rehabilitation massage, sports massage, and cranial sacral therapy.

The program includes courses in anatomy and physiology, giving students a solid understanding of the body and enabling them to effectively communicate with other health care professionals and create comprehensive treatment programs for their clients. Business and career development classes, along with training in laws and regulations, are also offered.

Program Objectives:
To give students knowledge of and experience with a wide variety of bodywork modalities in order to produce graduates who will be able to offer the highest quality service to their clients and who will be in demand with employers. To provide students with the required hours, course offerings, and knowledge base to sit for the National Certification Exam or the Massage & Bodywork Licensing Exam.

HR


Gainful Employment Disclosures for the Aurora Campus:
32-week Professional Massage Therapy Program
52-week Professional Massage Therapy Program

Gainful Employment Disclosures for the Westminster Campus:
32-week Professional Massage Therapy Program
52-week Professional Massage Therapy Program


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