(a) A massage school must meet the minimum standards of operation established by commission
(b) An instructor must meet the minimum requirements established by commission rule.
(c) A massage school or massage therapy instructor licensed under this chapter shall
give each prospective student a notice that clearly states the number of course hours
that the student must successfully complete before the student is eligible to hold
a massage therapist license under this chapter.
(d) The notice under Subsection (c) must be given to the prospective student at a
time and in a manner that provides the student with a sufficient opportunity to read
the notice and, if necessary for understanding and clarity, discuss the notice with
massage school officials or with the massage therapy instructor before:
(1) the student signs an enrollment contract; and
(2) the massage school or the massage therapy instructor accepts the student in a
course of study.
(e) The course of instruction in massage therapy provided by a licensed massage school
is a postsecondary education program.
(f) A massage school that provides instruction to persons beyond the age of compulsory
education is authorized to operate educational programs in massage therapy at the
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