Licensed Massage Therapy (LMT) Program

Massage Collage

Join the outstanding massage therapy degree program that offers a Associates of Applied Science of Massage Therapy. Here at COCC our LMT program offers the great training options for a career in massage therapy.

LMT Program Mission Statement

We are committed to our students and we strive to partner with our students to:

  • Become licensed massage professionals
  • Service beyond expectations
  • Create innovative programs, schedules, and services that promote success
  • Establish partnerships with other health care providers
  • Educate the public about the benefits of the profession of massage therapy

Our graduates work in a variety of workplace situations. Students may choose from either a one-year/two year certificate or two-year associate degree program. Regardless of the route you choose, our program will lead you on your path to success.

To learn more or enroll, please contact:
Stephanie Manriquez - Program Director
Phone: 541-318-3757

Fall classes begin Sept 29, 2014 and Spring Night Massage Therapy Program classes begin March 30, 2015 
Great hours and the same great instructors. Now is the time to start your enrollment process.

Student Massage Clinics
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Massage Therapy Program at COCC

More Electives
If you are a licensed massage therapist, you qualify for the two-year AAS degree program. Come back to school, and increase your skills and knowledge to set you on a path to rise to the top of your profession.

LMT Program Enrollment Requirements
Students interested in starting the massage program MUST have completed one anatomy class prior to FALL 2015. Choose ONE of the following to meet this requirement: BI 121 OR 122 OR 231 OR 232. Additional requirements are placement into MTH 20 and WR 121 or completion of MTH 10 and WR 65 are required prior to enrollment in the LMT program.

We highly recommend LMT 101 prior to enrollment. Anatomy classes are offered all fours terms. LMT 101 is offered fall, winter, and spring terms. Interested students may also enroll in LMT 205 Movement for Massage prior to enrollment into the LMT program.

See program options and requirementsfor both the certificate and associate of applied science (AAS) in massage therapy. Contact Stephanie Manriquez, program director and advisor, prior to starting classes.


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