The A.A.S. Program of Massage Therapy is designed to prepare students for employment as professional massage practitioners and provide a thorough knowledge of the structure and function of the human body along with theory and applications of therapeutic massage. Through this program, students will be confident and capable in becoming successful massage practitioners in a variety of professional settings. This program offers theoretical, practical hands-on experience, and enables graduates to pass the Massage & Bodywork Licensing Examination (MBLEx) by Federation of State Massage Therapy Boards (FSMTB).
Core Requirements
CMT101
Introduction to Therapeutic Massage
2 credits
CMT102
Medical Terminology
2 credits
CMT103
Anatomy, Physiology, and Kinesiology I
4 credits
CMT104
Anatomy, Physiology, and Kinesiology II
4 credits
CMT105
Massage Therapy I
4 credits
CMT106
Anatomy, Physiology, and Kinesiology III
4 credits
CMT107
Anatomy, Physiology, and Kinesiology IV
4 credits
CMT108
Pathology
4 credits
CMT109
Massage Therapy II
5 credits
CMT111
Business and Ethics
3 credits
CMT113
Clinical Pathology
3 credits
CMT114
Energetic Foundations
2 credits
CMT115
Clinical Practicum
4 credits
CMT220
Pregnancy/Special Populations Massage
5 credits
CMT230
Myofascial Release
5 credits
CMT240
Sports Massage
5 credits
CMT250
Lymph Drainage Massage
5 credits
CMT310
Advanced Clinical Practicum
2 credits
 
Total Required Credits: 67
 
General Education Requirements
BIO102
Introduction to Biology
4 credits
CPS101
Introduction to Computer Science
4 credits
CRT101
Critical Thinking
4 credits
ENG101
English Composition
4 credits
MAT101
Algebra
4 credits
MAT201
Pre-Calculus
4 credits
PSY101
Introduction to Psychology
4 credits
SPN101
Introduction to Spanish I
4 credits
SPN102
Introduction to Spanish II
4 credits
 
Required: 6 courses (Select from Above)