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Broadview University developed the Associate of Applied Science in Muscle Activation Techniques® with health practitioners in mind. With this degree, you’ll gain the knowledge and skills you need to advance your career.
Muscle Activation Techniques(MAT) has partnered with Broadview University to offer a MAT Specialist Certificate Program. This 36 credit program can be completed in as few as 4 quarters.
The certificate program is offered online with labs at the MAT Headquarters in Colorado. Each12 week MAT module modules conclude with a required, exam prep and certifying examination at the state of the art MAT® Headquarters in Denver, CO. All online coursework must be successfully completed to attend the competency review and practical exam for certification.
Our MAT program curriculum is developed by industry professionals in order to equip you with in-demand skills. You will learn this advanced skillset through various educational formats virtually to understand and apply your knowledge, to be prepared for the onsite practical certification prior to graduating.
At Broadview University, there are many ways to fund your education. Broadview’s financial aid staff will help you discover what kinds of aid are available.
As a student pursuing an A.A.S. in Muscle Activation Techniques®, you will be required to complete 60 core credit hours and 30 general education credit hours.
Some types of classes you’ll take include:
- Applications and Assessments of Lower Body Muscle Function I & II
- Introduction to Business
- Applications and Assessments of Upper Body Muscle Function I & II
- Entrepreneurship for Practitioners
- Applications and Assessments of Trunk and Spine Muscle Function I & II
- Advertising and Promotion
What You Will Learn
The goal of this program is to prepare graduates who are able to :
Understand the muscular system through assessment of muscle function relating to muscle weakness.
Assess and apply business/health concepts to effectively demonstrate planning, evaluation, analysis, and presentation of goals and objectives.
Examine and understand range of motion limitations in relation to potential muscle weakness.