Massage Therapy

The Massage Therapy program is designed to prepare students with the knowledge and skills necessary to take the state examination to become registered under the Texas Department of Health as a licensed Massage Therapist (LMT). Massage Therapists help clients overcome injury, relieve stress, and generally live healthier lives.

Students complete a 50-hour internship along with their classroom instruction, allowing them to practice their skills by giving massages to members of the community. LSCO’s Massage Therapy program distinguishes itself from other programs by including additional coursework hours beyond the state-required 500 clock hours. 


Requirements for the course include:

LSCO Admission
Massage Therapy Program Admission Requirements
Graduation Requirements
Licensure Requirements

Degree Plans

Massage Therapy Certificate (CERT)
Massage Therapy Business Management Associate of Applied Science (AAS)


Schedule of Courses, Syllabi, and Faculty Vitae Lookup
Course Catalog and Course Descriptions
Frequently Asked Questions
Licensing Requirements - Texas House Bill 1508

Contact Us

For registration and admission information, please contact: 

Academic Advising
Advising and Counseling
Phone: (409) 882-3340
Ron E. Lewis Library

For additional program information, please contact:

Program Director
Erin Neff Peters, LMT

Phone: (409) 882-3908
Workforce Education Building

Administrative Assistant II
Brandy Mobbs

Phone: (409) 882-3344
Fax: (409) 883-9960
Stark Nursing Classroom Building