Massage Therapy Technology
Selective Admission Criteria - Associate of Applied Science Degree
- Contact the Selective Admissions office for information at 567-661-7777 about application requirements and deadlines. All students must apply and be accepted into the program prior to starting massage classes.
- Applicants must be 18 years of age and a complete file that includes the following: application, high school/GED transcript, and college transcript (if applicable). Cumulative GPA for all classes taken after high school must be 2.0 or higher.
- Following acceptance, students must meet health requirements and obtain CPR - Health Care Provider certification by the American Heart Association prior to beginning MAS 210. Contact Michelle Aman, Massage Therapy Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 567-661-7444 for more information.
- Applicants who do not meet admission requirements or who have applied after the certificate selection is completed may reapply to be considered in the next review date after completion of the requirements.
Non-Academic Readmission Policy
Students who leave the program for other than academic reasons ("D" or "F" in a Massage Therapy course) may request readmission and be readmitted provided there is course seat availability. The Department Chair must be notified in writing of the student's intention to return to the program at least four months prior to the start of the semester.
Admission Readmission Requirements
A student requesting readmission after dismissal for academic reasons (“C”, “D” or “F” in a Massage Therapy course) must complete the following before being considered:
- Contact an advisor who will assist in development of a written academic plan to resolve the academic problems.
- The following requirements must be included in the academic plan for readmission:
- Written notification to the Department Chair of the student’s intention to return to the program at least four months prior to the start of the semester.
- A 2.0 overall GPA.
- May be required to pass a lab proficiency examination to demonstrate previously acquired skills.
Massage Therapy students learn and practice skills in the on-campus Massage Therapy Clinic. On-going recruitment of clients for the clinic is necessary for each student to meet his/her program requirements. Students will be expected to recruit clients in addition to the client that seeks routine care in the clinic.
Graduates may pursue a bachelor degree at Bowling Green State University. Meet with an Enrollment Representative or the Program Chair for more information.