Massage TherapyCERTIFICATE, 27 CREDITS
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
For in-depth information including outcomes, program fees, course descriptions, and more please visit the Massage Therapy program page at riverland.edu.
Required Core Courses (27 credits)