National Institute Of Massotherapy

Overview of National Institute Of Massotherapy

Students attend National Institute of Massotherapy in Akron, OH, a large suburb. The school is a private, for-profit institution. National Institute of Massotherapy degrees go up to the Associate's degree.

Areas of Study

The school is known for its programs in therapy and counseling.

National Institute of Massotherapy Selectivity

Applicants to National Institute of Massotherapy appreciate its open admissions policy.

Student Body

There are 132 students at the school (as of 2007-2008).

The school reports its educational mission is:
"NIM is in business to share the knowledge and skills of our ancient profession, to help our graduates successfully treat others within their own community and to improve the quality and standards of touch based therapy. To realize our misson, we strive to:Make a positive difference in our studentsÆ lives. Our presentations go beyond being enjoyable and informative. They empower people to make meaningful changes in their own lives and engage graduates in successful, productive, professional careers. Serve the student, the public, and the medical profession We offer a superior education in the field for our students, quality products and services for the public, and graduates trained in alternative health practices to assist medical professionals. Manage corporate resources wisely. As a corporation and as individuals, we strive to be good stewards of our human resources and our material assets. Practice teamwork. Our leadership works to value the contributions of each student, client, customer, employee, consultant, and member of the massage community. Honor the past while welcoming change. We recognize the antiquity of our profession and value its traditions and practices while welcoming the change that comes with progress."

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Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2016-17, National Center for Education Statistics, http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/

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