While associate’s degrees are a good way to skim the surface of a specific area of the education spectrum, it’s the bachelor’s degree that truly immerses students in the inner workings of an industry or study area. Degree programs can be offered on campus and online and often take four years to complete.
So what is a Bachelor in Massage Therapy? This program is intended to provide a foundation for students interested in massage therapy as well as those who have already completed massage therapy courses. Instructors may offer lessons on professional communication, health care management and social science. Courses can also be centered on working in the alternative medicine environment, natural health, detoxification and massage modalities.
One advantage of enrolling in an undergraduate massage therapy degree program for individuals who are already employed in the industry is that they can enhance their board certification and build on the knowledge they already possess. Supplementing knowledge is a great way to explore different areas of massage therapy, offer more services to clients and potentially earn a higher salary.
As for the cost of a Bachelor in Massage Therapy degree, some of the most common determining factors include the geographic location of the institute, tuition, cost of books and course materials. It’s always best to get in direct contact with schools to find out the most current financial information.
The most prevalent career for graduates of massage therapy undergraduate programs is masseur. What’s unique about the field is that it offers a number of different massage styles, known as modalities. Examples of these modalities include deep-tissue massage, Swedish massage and sports massage. Learning how to manage a business by taking classes on marketing and bookkeeping is another benefit of obtaining a bachelor’s degree.
Ease any tension you might have about the future of your career with an educational massage. Massage therapy programs are scattered across the globe. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.
The coursework for the BTech in Somatology comprises Reflexology (specialised massage techniques), Research Methodology, Camouflage Therapy, Somatechniques, Permanent Make-up, Socio-Psychology, Aromatherapy (specialised massage techniques), >Thai Massage, Business Practice, Somatology Research Project, Business Practice, >TT, Somatology Research Project, Reflexology Case Studies [+]
The BCC curriculum – With the assistance of curriculum development experts, and with feedback from major stakeholders, the BCC has developed its unique curriculum that strives to marry the discipline of chiiropractic with advanced teaching, learning and assesment strategies. [+]
Overview of disability issues in medical and social, economic, and psychological aspects of disability, issues of physical therapy and its role in modern medicine, the role of medical diagnostics for the needs of treatment and physiotherapy, and choosing and ... [+]
Bachelor in PhysiotheraphyGeneral PhysiotherapyOverview of disability issues in medical and social, economic, and psychological aspects of disability, issues of physical therapy and its role in modern medicine, the role of medical diagnostics for the needs of treatment and physiotherapy, and choosing and performing examinations and tests necessary to choose physiotherapeutic means. The role and significance of primary and secondary prophylaxis in preventing 21st-century civilisation diseases, and the role of pro-health education of the society.Orthopaedic SuppliesThe construction, functioning, use and principles of selecting orthopaedic devices. Teaching the competences and skills in describing and interpreting the principles of functioning of orthopaedic devices used in rehabilitation. Understanding the role of orthopaedic devices in rehabilitation.KinesitherapyTheoretical overview and the essence of the course, methods of assessing the locomotive system for the needs of physiotherapy and the methods and techniques of performing therapeutic exercises. Teaching biomechanical analysis of body posture and determinants of human locomotive functions. Teaching practical skills within therapeutic exercises, methods and techniques, based on theoretical knowledge and considering indications and contraindications of particular treatments. Basic methods used in manual therapy, using theoretical knowledge in kinesiotherapy. Teaching knowledge and skills within using particular kinesiotherapeutic treatments, according to the patients’ individual clinical images.Physical TherapyTheoretical and practical knowledge concerning using the biological effects on human tissues of physical stimuli within: thermotherapy, cryotherapy, phototherapy, hydrotherapy, electrotherapy, electromagnetic fields and balneoclimatology, with particular consideration of biophysics fundamentals, methodology, indications and contraindications for the performed treatments.... [-]
The qualification allows access to the professional title of physiotherapist belonging to the professional career of technical diagnostic and therapeutic. [+]
The objectives of this program are designed to equip its graduates with the necessary skills, responsibilities and capabilities to function in global... [+]
Bachelor of Health Science/Bachelor of Applied Science (Chiropractic)
The objectives of this program are designed to equip its graduates with the necessary skills, responsibilities and capabilities to function in global communities as registered chiropractors. The prime objective of this program is to produce RMIT graduates who are registrable as chiropractors in Australia. The key to achieving this is the maintenance and enhancement of a program that meets or exceeds the applicable Accreditation Standards.The program is designed as a holistic, integrated five-year sequence, which will skill you for entry into the Chiropractic profession. It is not possible to exit the program with a single three year degree in either Health or Applied Science .As an RMIT chiropractor you will be a technologically articulate generalist healthcare worker, predictive and preventive in a holistic manner who will contribute to improving and enhancing overall health, wellbeing and quality of life.You will be a team-player within the health care system and highly regarded as expert in the assessment and management of functional articulation disorders for the specific purpose of achieving optimal function.You will be the definitive provider of spinal adjustment as the highest order of manipulation, and of health-enhancing supportive measures such as patient education, exercise, nutrition and healthy lifestyle without the use of drugs and surgery.... [-]
Our program has been a leader in the chiropractic industry since 1975. Chiropractors are trained to diagnose and manage patients who present for care... [+]
Bachelor of Health Science (Chiropractic)
This program is available for third year students with advanced standing. Advanced standing will be conferred if you’ve completed at least two year of study in a Chiropractic program accredited by the Council on Chiropractic Education Australasia or an international equivalent.Our program has been a leader in the chiropractic industry since 1975. Chiropractors are trained to diagnose and manage patients who present for care.The chiropractic philosophy describes the relationship between the spine and nervous system and how this impacts the entire body, restoring and preserving optimal wellbeing.Chiropractors perform appropriate patient assessment procedures and then use their highly developed manual skills to treat the patient. Patient management often includes advice on nutrition, exercise, posture and other lifestyle adaptations. It may also include referring patients to other health care providers.RMIT is the only university in Victoria and one of only 3 in Australia that offer a chiropractic degree program.Graduates can go on to the Master of Clinical Chiropractic program in order to qualify as chiropractors.... [-]
Chiropractic is the third largest healing profession today. Chiropractors recognise the importance of body structures and how they affect our health. They use spinal adjustments, manipulation and [+]
Bachelor of Chiropractic Science
Chiropractic is the third largest healing profession today. Chiropractors recognise the importance of body structures and how they affect our health. They use spinal adjustments, manipulation and other physical means to assist the inherent recuperative powers of the body in the restoration and the maintanence of health. They use a range of diagnostic tools including X-ray. Graduates from this program will not be registered as Chiropractors without the completion of the 2 year Master of Chiropractic.
For those who wish to gain a tertiary qualification in Chiropractic Science. Professional registration requires completion of the Master of Chiropractic ( 2 years full time study).... [-]