Massage Therapy

Massage Therapy

The A.A.S. degree in Massage Therapy offers two options for students to earn their associate degree in Massage Therapy. Licensed Massage Therapists (LMTs) offer a range of services from relaxation massage to precise clinical soft tissue treatment. Massage techniques can release scar tissue, increase joint range of motion, enhance circulation of blood and lymph and increase the supply of oxygen and nutrients to cells, eliminating toxic waste products resulting in a healthier person.

What You’ll Learn
A holistic approach to massage therapy integrates an understanding that there are physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual components to each individual. See the current advising sheet for more details.

Credits Required:  61 hours

Credential Earned:  Associate of Applied Science

Career Settings
LMTs are currently employed through private practice, chiropractic offices, hospitals, health clubs, day spas, cruise ships, fitness centers, beauty salons and more.