Broadview College's commitment to your future doesn’t end at graduation. We provide ongoing career services both during and after your time at Broadview, so you can prepare for your future career.
Our staff will help you throughout your education and provide you with tools and resources to ensure you’re prepared for the animal and human health and wellness world before you even graduate. Stop by the office on campus, schedule a virtual meeting, or call 385-501-4803 to talk about what we can do for you.
Our staff is dedicated to helping you work toward your career goals, and will help you through every step of your career search. They’ll even offer one-on-one workshops and assistance with:
Students in the veterinary technology program learn and apply skills as required by CVTEA in nine areas, which include pharmacology, nursing, anesthesia, surgical nursing, laboratory procedures and imaging. Students will also be prepared for the nine domains tested on the VTNE.
As a final course, you’ll participate in an externship at one of Utah’s many local animal service providers. This will equip you with the in-demand skills veterinarians and other animal science professionals are looking for in employees – all before you even graduate.
Massage Therapy Students in the massage therapy program learn about a variety of massage techniques, including Swedish massage, trigger point massage, Himalayan salt and hot stone massage routines, pre-postnatal massage, deep tissue, Rolfing, sports massage, Thai massage, shiatsu, scraping and cupping techniques, myofascial release massage, lymphatic drainage, craniosacral therapy, biodynamic massage, TCM, acupressure, and more. You will complete a 100-hour hands-on clinical lab where you will apply knowledge and skills acquired in all massage technique courses. The massage therapy program does lead to professional licensure, upon passing the MBLEx licensing exam offered by FSMTB. Students will be eligible for professional membership in associations such as AMTA and ABMP.
Muscle Activation Techniques (MAT)® The MAT® programs and modules enhance a student’s current competencies related to the human body and muscle function. Students learn the MAT® approach to assessment and correction of muscular imbalances in the human body, and are trained on the MAT® tools used to identify restrictions in joint instability relating to muscle tightness and weakness. Students gain an understanding of the unique systematic format provided through Muscle Activation Techniques® in order for them to help their clients function with maximum efficiency and balance out the muscular system. At the completion of each program/module, including passing the certification exam(s), students will be MAT® certified in the respective area. Broadview College also offers refresher modules to fulfill continuing education requirements for MAT® practitioners.