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About Admission

To be eligible for admission to RMA, an individual must

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Be of good moral character

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Demonstrate a sincere desire in becoming a professional massage therapist

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Have a High School Diploma (GED)

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Have passed the Ability-to-Benefit (ATB) Test which is from a program that allows students who haven’t earned a high school diploma or GED to enroll and get massage training

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Enrollment

RMA provides a revolving curriculum that enables students to enroll in classes beginning the first Monday of each month.

Transfer Credit Students transferring from out-of-state massage programs approved by the equivalent agency in that state may receive credit towards completing the student learning objectives at the school's discretion.

The source requirement hours are as follows:

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Hour-for-hour credit as applied to each of the WA minima recognized creditable hours in each course, as verified by the last student monthly report;

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Student learning, objective credit after successfully demonstrating to the school that the objectives have been met.

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The school transferring hours will transfer to the student to report the form, in appropriate, Categories by courses, the hours accepted.

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A transfer student is allowed into the program even after it began since the school provides a revolving curriculum

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