Over the years, Massage Therapy has become integral to conventional healthcare, complementary healthcare and alternative healthcare environments.
The curriculum is approved by the State of New Hampshire Massage Therapy Board, The National Certification Board of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork and by the State of New Hampshire Department of Education, Post-Secondary Education Division.
Upon successful completion, students will be prepared to take the Massage and Bodywork Licensing Exam (MBLEx), which is required by the state of New Hampshire and many other states for licensure.
The Massage Therapy Certificate program is designed to be completed within one year. Students must attend full time to continue in the program.
Why Great Bay?
98% of our graduates have passed the MBLEx licensing exam.
Great Bay provides students with real world experience through our onsite student massage clinic, where the student gains experience in the massage modalities learned in class as well as customer service skills and the details of operating a massage center while fulfilling the required hours for licensure.
The Board of Labor Statistics estimates that the number of jobs in Massage Therapy will increase 21 percent through 2029.
For more information about graduation rates, loan repayment rates, and post enrollment earnings about this institution and other post secondary institutions please click here. Program Cost Estimates are for a NH resident student enrolled full-time, who does not require any