Massage Therapy (W.C.)

Anatomy and physiology, massage therapy theory, hydrotherapy and pathology.

The Massage Therapy Workforce Certificate program will cover the theory and practice of massage, theory and practice of hydrotherapy, hygiene, practice demonstration, human anatomy and physiology, legal and ethical aspects of massage practice, allied therapies, leadership and human relations skills, health and safety, and employability skills.

Students will develop skills in manipulation of superficial tissues of the body through instruction by demonstration. Student practices will include massage techniques, use of hydrotherapy such as sauna, steam room treatment tables, local and full immersion baths, whirlpool baths, hot and cold packs and paraffin baths. Whether just starting out or looking for something different, the power to change your future is in your hands.

Program Code: 5700
Credential: Workforce Certificate
Program Length: 750 credit hours, one year
Start Date: Fall term
Tuition and Fees: $2,124 (in-state tuition)
Additional Costs: $950 for books, uniforms, application and state exam
Financial Aid Eligibility: Financial aid is available, if qualified.
Location: North Campus
Email: t.dorsey@fscj.edu
Phone: (904) 766-6663