Wednesday, 5 April 2017

Best Career Upgrade for Massage Therapists in the States

Did you know with annual income of $89,899 naprapathy is the highest paid online postgraduate program for massage therapists in the US?

American Massage therapists can enter the accelerated doctor of naprapathy program (DN) and complete the 4 years program in just 2 years. Tuition for the entire program is $14,000 ($7,000 per year).

The prerequisite for the DN program is having a bachelor’s degree. Massage therapists who do not have a bachelor’s degree can take our Bachelor of Science in Massage Therapy/DN dual degree program and complete it both in 2 years. The total tuition for the dual degree program is $20,000 ($10,000 per year).

Our graduates are eligible to work as naprapaths everywhere in the world except Sweden, Illinois and New Mexico, where naprapathy is regulated. Our DN program is accredited by the Canadian Naprapathic Association.

National University of Medical Sciences (USA) is a private online university, registered in Florida. We are the only university in the states offering European style manual osteopathic education.

Along with our sister schools, National Academy of Osteopathy (Canada) and National University of Medical Sciences (Spain) we are the largest provider of manual osteopathic education in the world, teaching in 68 countries.

Our three schools offer many online degree programs such as doctor of botanical medicine (DBM), doctor of physical therapy (DPT), PhD in physical medicine & rehabilitation, doctor of osteopathy (DO), master of science in athletic therapy and master of business administration (MBA) in healthcare. Many of our online programs have optional week-long practical technique classes as well.

We also offer a campus based program in manual osteopathy in Toronto (Canada), the first university based osteopathic program in Canada.

To receive our information package please email us at admissions@numss.us. You can also visit our website at www.numss.us for more information.

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