MMC is now offering an Accelerated Program that will enable students to meet LMT requirements in four months. This program includes 708 clock hours over a 16-week period. It is intensive and immersive–only suitable for students who can devote themselves fully to program activities during the four months they are enrolled. A key benefit of this concentrated effort is being able to work full-time as a licensed massage therapist in less than five months after beginning the program, earning money in your new profession much sooner than is possible through most massage education programs. This program is designed to meet licensure requirements in 40 of the 45 states that require licensure for massage therapists, and MMC is prepared to serve students from throughout the US.


This program is particularly intended for those who plan to begin their new career working for well established massage businesses offering the benefits of ongoing professional development and learning from more experienced colleagues and mentors. Initial employment with massage studios or spas allows new therapists to focus on improving their skills without the distractions and challenges of fulfilling multiple roles associated with starting their own business right out of school.

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Program Costs: $13,950

MBLEx Licensing Test/License Fee$365
Books & Supplies (incl. uniforms)$1,220
Lab Fees$375

Room and Board Costs: $5,600

MMC provides a room and board package for students participating in the Accelerated Program. This includes lodging in furnished apartments with shared rooms (private rooms are available for an additional fee). Students will generally have breakfast at their apartment, and the meal plan will include a total of 200 meals on campus or off campus in conjunction with school activities (primarily lunch and dinner).

Housing ($900/month*)$3,600
Meals (200 meals @ $10/meal)$2,000

*Note: Students may pay an additional $750/month for a private room.

Financial Assistance

MMC participates in Federal Title IV need-based financial assistance programs including Pell Grants and Direct Loans for those who qualify. There are also private lending institutions willing to loan qualifying prospective students up to the full costs of the program. 

Daily and Weekly Schedules

On Monday through Friday, students will generally attend classes from 8:30 am to 12:15 pm and from 1:15 pm to 5:00 pm, as well as one-hour evening sessions from 6:00pm to 7:00pm Monday through Thursday. Occasionally, instructional blocks are also scheduled on Saturdays. During weeks 9 through 16 students will participate in student clinic providing massage therapy services to members of the public, with shifts scheduled during evening hours a few times per week, and other shifts scheduled over the weekend.