September 30, 2015



OSMTY follows an independent course numbering system to assign courses in accordance with program requirements. The system is designed to identify courses and differentiate the level of study. Courses are numbers sequentially and assigned a letter prefix depicting the program title. A clock hour is defined as a minimum of 50 minutes of supervised or directed instruction with appropriate breaks.

Human Anatomy and Physiology: 165 Clock Hours

ANP101  Anatomy: 42 Clock Hours

ANP102  Physiology: 42 Clock Hours

ANP103  Pathology: 40 Clock Hours

ANP104 Kinesiology: 41 Clock Hours

Basic Massage Theory and History: 100 Clock Hours

MT102 Contraindications: 50 Clock Hours

MT103 History & Benefits of Massage: 50 Clock Hours

Clinical Practicum: 125 Clock Hours

CP101 Swedish Massage Movements: 50 Clock Hours

CP102 Table Mechanics/Draping: 25 Clock Hours

CP103 Sanitation/Hygiene: 25 Clock Hours

CP104 Massage Equipment: 25 Clock Hours

Allied Modalities: 76 Clock Hours

NMM100 Neuromuscular(NMT)/Deep Tissue Massage: 14 Clock Hours

PRE101 Prenatal Massage: 12 Clock Hours

CHA102 Chair Massage: 12 Clock Hours

CRA103 Cranio Sacral/Lymphatic Massage: 12 Clock Hours

THA104 Thai Yoga Massage/Energy-work: 14 Clock Hours

REF105 Reflexology Massage: 6 Clock Hours

CUP106 Cupping: 6 Clock Hours

Hydrotherapy: 15 Clock Hours

HYD106 Theory and Practice of Hydrotherapy: 15 Clock Hours

Florida Law, HIV, Medical Errors, Ethics, CPR, & Business of Massage: 36 Clock Hours

HIV001 HIV/AIDS Education: 3 Clock Hours

FSR002 Florida Statutes/Rules: 10 Clock Hours

ME003 Medical Errors: 2 Clock Hours

ETH004 Professional Ethics: 6 Clock Hours

BOM006 Business of Massage: 15 Clock Hours