|Massage Therapy is a skill which requires
both the knowledge to properly assess
client history and determine an appropriate
application of therapeutic techniques, and
a high level of proficiency in a variety of
This only occurs when sufficient time is
allowed for students to practice, assimilate
and integrate learning of hands-on
technique. This occurs over a period of
time, which gives our graduates the
advantage of more experience through
massage and bodywork classes, practice
labs, student clinic and clinical experience
in a hospital setting.
The Associates Degree program prepares
students to become Licensed Massage
Therapists, which allows for more
employment opportunities than the
Registered Massage Practitioner who
cannot work in any health care settings.
|Graduates of the A.A.S Degree Program in
Massage Therapy from CCBC are also
eligible to transition to pursue the Bachelor
of Technical/Professional Studies degree
program in Allied Health at Towson University.
The BTPS in Allied Health program allows
students to use credits earned in their AAS
programs toward a professionally relevant
baccalaureate degree. The maximum number
of CCBC credits that may be applied to the
program is 64. Applicants must meet
admission requirements of Towson University.