The objective of the Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork program is an extension of the Clinical Massage Therapy Certificate program and provides graduates with an Associate of Applied Science degree. The Associate Degree program provides advanced holistic, clinical and technical skills not offered in the Certificate program, such as the study of common sports injuries, the theory and techniques of reflexology, acupressure, trigger point therapy, myofascial technique, craniosacral and lymphatic therapies, aromatherapy, hydrotherapy, vichy shower treatments, and various body wraps. Graduates from both programs will obtain skills required by healthcare and personal service employers and may qualify for employment in a myriad of settings including salons, fitness centers, private medical offices, acute and sub-acute care hospitals, assisted living, rehabilitation, physical therapy and chiropractic clinics, resorts, schools or patient homes. Graduates are eligible to sit for national certification through the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB).
||Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork|
||Health & Medical/Massage Therapy|
||Indiana Institute of Technology|