Transfer Credits

Transfer Credits

Our Grads Earn University Credits

Graduates of CCMH’s Massage Therapy school in Toronto can now earn 54 credit hours – approximately 2 years of transfer credit – toward a Bachelor of Science of Kinesiology degree  (BScKin) from the University of New Brunswick.

Our graduates are now able to earn 69 credits towards a Bachelor of Health Science or 75 credits towards a Bachelor of General Science, both from Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops, BC.  This works out to be approximately 2 years of schooling towards a degree.

Additionally, our graduates are eligible to earn up to 43 block transfer credits towards a Bachelor of Science in Human Kinetics from the University of the Fraser Valley.

Also, in conjunction with the Office of the Registrar, Athabasca University, CCMH graduates are eligible to receive transfer credits toward another university degree. Recipients of our Diploma Program can receive 30 credits toward Athabasca’s Bachelor of Science in Human Science. We are continuing to establish transfer arrangements with other Canadian universities.

Transfer Credits

One great advantage of joining the CCMH family of Colleges is ease of transfer of massage therapy courses from one campus to another. With programs available in Halifax, Toronto, Cambridge, Victoria and Vancouver, we have you covered . . . from Coast to Coast.

We also welcome applications from students who have attended other Colleges of Massage Therapy which offer recognized Diploma Programs.

We will carefully consider each transfer application on an individual basis.

 

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