Do you want to get on the fast track to a rewarding career as a massage therapist? With the Certificate in Massage Therapy program at Broadview University, you could be ready to start work as a massage therapist in as few as nine months with full-time, year-round courses! With Broadview’s national accreditation by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS), you’ll have a certificate that counts in the real world.
Take classes full-time, year-round, and you can complete your massage therapy training in as few as nine months.
Through this certificate program in massage therapy, you’ll learn everything from Swedish to sports massage techniques. You’ll benefit from Broadview’s excellent reputation—and the connections we’ve built for over 40 years in the local community. When you graduate, you’ll be eligible to take a certification exam by the MBLEx licensing exam offered by the Federation of States Massage Therapy Board (FSMTB). You’ll also be eligible for membership in professional associations, including the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA) and the Association of Bodywork and Massage Professionals (ABMP). Our massage therapy graduates* have gone on to successful careers at places, such as:
(*July 1, 2012 – June 30, 2015)
Note: Licensure is required to practice massage therapy in the state of Utah and Wisconsin.
You’ll learn in small classes from knowledgeable and professional instructors who bring real-world massage therapy experience to the classroom. Our massage labs are fully equipped with everything from tables to massage oils and lotions. The massage therapy certificate program covers:
Students receive hands-on training in skills and knowledge necessary to perform pregnancy massage. They are also introduced to massage techniques commonly performed in geriatric and hospice settings. Each student performs hands-on applications of pregnancy and special population’s techniques in lab.
This course introduces postural analysis and disease conditions for eleven body systems, providing students with related skills needed by massage therapists.
Students receive hands-on training in skills and knowledge needed to manipulate connective tissue in a full-body myofascial release routine. Each student performs myofascial techniques in lab. Students receive eight hours of CPR and first aid training as part of this course.