Massage Therapy


Would you like to control your career with your own hands?

The Massage Therapist program prepares the graduate to operate a massage therapy clinic or be employed in another health care-related setting. Massage has been shown to improve circulation, enhance relaxation, reduce pain and increase mobility and flexibility. Massage Therapists can work in a clinic, hospital, private practice, health club and a variety of other work settings.

Location: Austin
Program Starts: Early Fall
Course Plan: Two Semesters, 608 hours of instruction
Faculty: Karla Caruso Deb Igou

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Required Core Courses (27 credits)

MASS1600 Introduction to Massage Therapy 2 CR
MASS1601 Intermediate Massage 3 CR
MASS1602 Kinesiology 4 CR
MASS1603 Reflexology, Chair and Massage Techniques 3 CR
MASS1604 Business and Ethics in Massage Therapy 2 CR
MASS1605 Pathology for Massage Therapists 3 CR
MASS1608 Advanced Massage 2 CR
MASS1609 Topics in Massage Therapy 3 CR
MASS1610 Clinical Experience and Internship 5 CR