Earn a Massage Therapy Degree or Diploma
Massage therapists use their art to relieve stress, alleviate pain and help clients recover from injury. At Minnesota School of Business, massage therapy programs provide instruction and practice in time-tested therapeutic techniques and used the world over.
Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Massage Therapy
The 2-year associate degree in massage therapy can be earned in 18 months of full-time, year-round study. Your technical instruction in massage techniques will be complemented by studies in humanities, science, communications and social science.
Massage Therapy School Diploma
The massage therapy diploma program focuses on technical training. Receive thorough instruction in the most-requested modalities and complete your program in 12 months.
Single-subject, CEU credits
We welcome single-subject enrollments from students seeking continuing education credits, professional development and personal enrichment.
Massage therapy certification training
Coursework in massage therapy programs prepare students for certification or licensing exams and professional memberships including Massage and Bodywork Licensing Exam (MBLEx), National Certification Examination for Therapeutic and Bodywork (NCETMB) and National Certification Examination for Therapeutic Massage (NCETM). Learn more about massage therapy certifications.*
Why study massage therapy at our college?
For over a century, Minnesota School of Business has been respected as a provider of solid professional training. Our massage therapy programs are developed in consultation with employers and industry professionals. Our goal is to provide our graduates with skills that set them apart from others in their field.
Hands-on training at our Massage Therapy school
We include service and applied learning opportunities in every degree program to give students real-world experience in their area of study. Massage therapy students can also practice their skills giving free massages to the public in our student massage clinics.
Questions, comments, concerns?
To learn more about our massage therapy school, programs, financial aid, or credit for prior learning, call 1-877-655-7676 or send us a request for more information.
*Licensure is required to practice massage therapy in the states of Wisconsin, South Dakota and North Dakota.