MASSAGE THERAPY: ADVANCED STANDING PROGRAM

medix massage therapy instructor lecturing to the class

PROGRAM SUMMARY

Medix College recognizes credits that have been completed at the post secondary level. Students who have completed a post secondary education in health sciences and have completed courses in Anatomy and Physiology or equivalent(s) may qualify for the Advanced Standing Program in Massage Therapy.

Eligibility Requirements

A North American degree in Health Sciences: applicants must have graduated within the past five years or pass a comprehensive Anatomy & Physiology (A&P) test.


Academic Transcript with a minimum B+ (high 70s) average.
An Interview-based with Massage Therapy, Anatomy and Physiology instructors.
An interview with an Admissions Representative & AP instructor.
A Wonderlic test to determine suitability and potential in this program.

MEDIX COLLEGE REVIEW - CAITLIN


"Medix prepared me for a career in massage therapy by giving me the opportunity for hands on training. We have a public clinic twice a week where we can [get the] experience and confidence we need to work with the public as clients with rehabilitation needs.

Medix gave me the advantage over other schools that teach massage therapy in regards to the balance of theory and hands on training. They also provide an extensive remedial exercise course for stretch and strengthening, which I know other schools don't provide.

The biggest thing is the class time hours. Providing morning and evening classes of five hours a day just worked really well with my home life and school life schedule.

Finding employment after graduation was easy, the transition between school and employment was seamless with all the training and confidence I received from Medix."


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ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS

Gr.12 OSSD/High School Graduate or Mature Student Status (18 Ontario, 19 out of province)

Successful completion of entrance evaluation

Admissions interview

ADMISSIONS PROCESS

The admissions process for this program is a four part process:

Initial Contact

Contact an admissions representative to schedule an appointment. The admissions representative will be able to answer any questions that you might have regarding the program or general questions about Medix College.

Confidential Interview

An interview will be completed in order to determine if students have the right attitude to be successful in the program.

Business Affairs Assessment

The business affairs assessment is an appointment to determine if students are eligible for one of the many financial aid options.

Enrollment

After the financial plan is in place, enrollment is official and students will be able to start classes in order to train for an exciting new career.