Massage Therapy and Wellness Management B.S.

BIO-102Introductory Biology II4
BIO-102LIntro Bio Lab II0
BIO-107Human Anatomy & Physiology I3
BIO-107LHuman Anatomy & Physiology Laboratory1
BIO-108Human Anatomy & Physiology II3
BIO-108LHuman Anatomy & Physiology II Lab1
ENG-112Humanities Seminar3
or HIS-112 Humanities Seminar
FYE-100Life Unpacked2
HP-203Medical Terminology1
HRM-309Principles of Human Resources Management3
MGT-401Organizational Behavior3
SFM-307Sports & Fitness Management3
ESS-220Human Biomechanics3
MGT-305Principles of Management3
MKT-304Principles of Marketing3
MKT-420Sales Management3
MTW-103Palpation Lab1
MTW-110Hygiene and Safety 2
MTW-112Injury Prevention and Self-Care2
MTW-115Massage Therapy Business and Ethics 2
MTW-120Western Techniques I 4
MTW-120LWestern Techniques I Lab2
MTW-121Western Techniques II: Clinical Application4
MTW-121LWestern Techniques II: Clinical Application Lab2
MTW-125Eastern Techniques: Shiatsu 4
MTW-125LEastern Techniques: Shiatsu Lab1
MTW-130Introduction to Wellness Management 3
MTW-135Wellness Programming 3
MTW-210LComplementary Techniques and Modalities Lab2
BIO-220Myology I 3
BIO-220LMyology I Lab1
BIO-221Myology II3
BIO-221LMyology II Lab1
BIO-224Pathology I3
BIO-225Pathology II3
BIO-226Neuroanatomy and Neurophysiology 4
MTW-230LAdvanced Techniques & Application Lab 2
MTW-250Massage Therapy Internship I3
MTW-251Massage Therapy Internship II3
MTW-450Wellness Management Internship: Experiential Capstone5
RS-103Ethics: Religious and Philosophical Perspectives3
or PHI-103 Ethics: Religious and Philosophical Perspectives
PSY-425The Science of Wellbeing3
Total Credits108

To be in good standing, students must:

  • Maintain term (semester/summer) and cumulative averages of 2.0
  • Maintain a minimum grade of C in all 100- to 400-level courses required in the major and for all other courses required for the major.

Undergraduate program students experiencing academic difficulties may be required to decelerate their progress until an acceptable level of general academic performance is achieved. Permission to decelerate in the program must be obtained from the chair of the Division of Wellness and Rehabilitation.

Students at the undergraduate level can be placed on program probation a maximum of two consecutive terms or a total of three nonconsecutive terms. Students who exceed these limits are dismissed.

Admission requirements for applicants entering as freshmen are as follows:

  1. A high school average of at least 80 percent

The admission requirement for transfer students is a minimum G.P.A. of 2.5. Transfer students are also strongly advised to include letters of recommendation and a letter of intent with their application. Students with a G.P.A. of lower than 2.5 may be considered for conditional acceptance on an individual basis. Conditionally accepted students can matriculate after completing four undergraduate or graduate courses, as appropriate, with a grade of B or better.