Gwinnett College’s Massage Therapy Diploma Programs
Gwinnett College offers the following massage therapy diploma programs.
- Sandy Springs and Lilburn Campuses – Massage Therapy Program
- Raleigh Campus – Professional Massage Therapy Program
The massage therapy training diploma program consists of a well-planned sequence of courses, with each course preparing the college student for the more intensive information to follow. The school curriculum includes training to provide college students with the scientific knowledge, manual skills, and mastery of business to successfully become a professional massage therapist.
Key topics covered during in-class program coursework include the following.
- Swedish Massage
- Deep Tissue Massage
- Neuromuscular Therapy
- Chair Massage
- Sports Massage
- Anatomy and Physiology
- Business and Success Techniques
Upon graduation, college students will receive diplomas and be qualified to seek entry-level positions as clinical, medical, or deep tissue massage therapists in wellness clinics and centers, spa environments including resorts and franchises, and self-employment.
Employment of massage therapists is projected to grow 32 percent from 2020 to 2030, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics*. As the practice of massage is more respected and accepted by people as a way to treat pain and to improve overall wellness, the demand for message therapy classes will continue to grow. The demand for massage therapy will also increase as more healthcare providers understand the benefits of massage therapy and introduce these services within treatment plans. Many sports teams are more likely to hire massage therapists, that have completed a massage therapy program, to help with athlete injury prevention and rehabilitation during the sports season.
Associate of Science Degree in Massage and Natural Health – Degree Program – Sandy Springs Campus
The Sandy Springs campuses provide graduates of the degree programs with the opportunity to transfer the course credits awarded and earn their associate degrees by completing additional courses. College students completing the Massage Therapy diploma program at the Sandy Springs campus can transfer their credits into the Associate of Applied Science Massage and Natural Health degree program.
Associate of Science Degree in Massage & Spa Management – Degree Program – Lilburn Campus
College students at the Lilburn campus can transfer their credits into the Associate of Science in Massage & Spa Management degree program. Graduates can obtain employment as a massage therapy business owner or spa manager.
Our massage therapy and spa management programs may vary in name, school coursework, and credential options by campus location. Please refer to the catalog for a listing of all courses in your program of interest.
The Gwinnett College Experience
Because you are making the commitment to seek career-focused Massage Therapy and Spa Management training courses, we commit ourselves to providing you with exceptional customer service each step of the way. All of our school instructors possess education or career experience in Massage Therapy and Spa Management which provides you with a quality learning experience. While we do not guarantee employment, we provide continuous career services assistance upon graduation from your Massage Therapy and Spa Management program. Get started on your new career by attending a school that offers programs in the area.
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