Career and Technical Certificate
The Massage Therapy program is a two-semester, 30 credit hour program built on coursework that develops the ability in students to think independently, to weigh values, to understand fundamental theory, and to develop skills for massage therapy practice, including critical
thinking and communication. Entry into the program is in the fall semester and graduation is at the end of the final spring semester.
The Mission of the Massage Therapy Program is to produce entry-level massage therapists for the labor market who foster attitudes toward
life long education and development of skills.
The Student Clinic serves as the field internship of students in the program. The clinic is held during the spring semester and
is conducted in house with faculty supervision.
Representative Job Titles
Students are required to take and successfully pass the Massage Therapy licensure examination in order to use
the “LMT” designation and include these initials after his or her name.
The program requirements presented here are effective Spring 2008. Previous versions of the KC Catalog are available in their entirety at our catalog archive
If you are uncertain about which catalog you should reference, please contact an academic advisor. Please contact an academic advisor with questions regarding course
registration or degree/certificate completion.