Massage therapists who earn certification or licensure in their field may enjoy more job opportunities than those without. Certification provides credibility and gains a massage therapist visibility from clients, colleagues and employers. In fact, many states require formal training and licensure to legally practice massage therapy.* Benefits of massage therapy certification
Graduates of Globe University’s massage therapy programs are eligible to take the following exams, giving them an edge as they search for employment:
Globe University massage students are also eligible to join professional associations in the field. As members of these organizations, students can keep up-to-date on industry trends and access a broad network of professional support:
Globe University offers qualified students certification scholarships that help defray the cost of massage therapy certification or licensure fees. Students in both the associate and diploma programs may be eligible for this scholarship.
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*U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2010-11 Edition
Globe University is accredited by Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools to award doctoral degrees, master’s degrees, bachelor of fine arts degrees, bachelor of science degrees, associate in applied science degrees and diplomas.
Working collaboratively with fellow Globe Education Network member Minnesota School of Business, the university offers college degree programs online and on campus in locations in the Minneapolis-St. Paul region (the IDS Center, Blaine, Brooklyn Center, Plymouth, Richfield, Elk River, Lakeville and Woodbury), Rochester, Shakopee, St. Cloud and Moorhead, Minnesota (MN); Appleton, Green Bay, Wausau, Eau Claire, La Crosse, Middleton and Madison, Wisconsin (WI); and Sioux Falls, South Dakota (SD). Our online program is world-wide, and our campuses serve students from Upper Midwest communities including Fargo, North Dakota (ND) and Bloomington, Eagan, White Bear Lake, Coon Rapids, Eden Prairie, Burnsville, Roseville, Maplewood, Minnetonka and Maple Grove, MN.