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School of Natural Health Science

School of Natural Health Science

Natural Health is an eclectic self-care system of natural therapies that builds and restores health and wellness by working with the natural recuperative powers of the human body. This school covers various therapies to achieve a healthy body naturally.  

 

The requirements for our programs equal or exceed those of regionally accredited U.S. Colleges and Universities.
 
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Certificate

Iridology

Iridology Certificate Program

 

12 Credit Hours

$65 per credit hour - Total Tuition $780 - Monthly Payment Plans Available

 

Courses and Descriptions

 

  • Iridology I – Iridology is the science of observing and identifying markings in the iris. The markings in the iris may indicate specific health problems and/or certain other disease-related conditions. This course is a great introduction to iridology. You will learn how to use this powerful diagnostic tool to further your understanding of the available information for maximum health benefits! 4 CREDIT HOURS

  • Iridology II - This course teaches you the big picture of Iridology. You will learn to focus on the How and Why of Iridology, and learn what Iridology can and cannot show you. This course will teach you how to recognize weaknesses in the iris and how to adjust lifestyles to achieve optimum health. 4 CREDIT HOURS

  • Iridology III – This last part delves into the full language of Iridology, such as colors, textures, iris markings, sclera signs, pupil variations and constitutions, and includes an in depth honoring of Iridologists from around the world! It weaves natural therapetics based on the inner ecology of organs, systems and glands, including naturopathy treatments, herbal nutrition, healing diets, flower essences, essential oils, and body work recommendations. 4 CREDIT HOURS

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Holistic Stress Management

HOLISTIC STRESS MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE

 

12 CREDIT HOURS 

$65 per credit hour - Total Tuition $780 - Monthly Payment Plans Available

 

COURSES AND DESCRIPTIONS

 

  • Holistic Medicine I – This course will provide a study on fundamental nutritional needs. Topics of study will include: vitamins, minerals, proteins, amino acids, carbohydrates, fats, and enzymes. 3 CREDIT HOURS

  • Holistic Medicine II - This course will build upon Holistic Medicine I. Special topics will include: Nutritional needs of men and women, nutritional needs of children, teenagers, and senior citizens. An examination of diseases (or conditions) that are associated with these groups and the use of nutrition to assist in the treatment will be included. The value and future of Orthomolecular Medicine shall be discussed and highlighted based on use today. 3 CREDIT HOURS

  • Holistic Medicine III –This course will continue to build upon Holistic Medicine I & II. Additional knowledge of topics shall be discussed and shall include the following: Nutrition and Natural Medicine for the support of Cardiology Functions, Preventative Medicine and Nutrition, Nutrition and Preventative Medicine for Mental Health, and Nutritional Research. 3 CREDIT HOURS

  • Holistic Stress Management – A thorough course that reviews and clarifies the holistic view of Mind, Body and Spirit. The principles and treatment modalities for the whole person are discussed such as: Relaxation techniques, breathing, yoga, psychological growth, exercise and movement, social support, meditation, prayer, cognitive behavioral therapy, hypnotherapy, imagery and visualization, biofeedback, Tai Chi, music therapy, and Qi Gong. 3 CREDIT HOURS

Women’s Wellness

WOMEN’S WELLNESS CERTIFICATE PROGRAM

 

12 CREDIT HOURS

 

$65 per credit hour - Total Tuition $780 - Monthly Payment Plans Available

 

COURSES & DESCRIPTIONS

 

  • Dietary Wellness - This course provides a detailed study of a nutritious diet, and how to select foods that maximize healing. Discussed also are subjects such as: phytonutrients, antioxidants, immunity foods that boost metabolism, healing foods, diet for children, mothers, adults, vegetarians, and others. Further studies are in juicing, fasting, organic foods, detoxification, dietary dangers, unsafe water, food-borne diseases, food additives, genetically engineered foods, irradiated foods, and undesirable substances such as caffeine, cholesterol, and sugar. 4 CREDIT HOURS

  • Women’s Health I - Knowing the differences in health issues that plague women and men is important. Health care professionals have been guilty of treating both men and women with the samemodalities. Learn what major problems concern women and how advanced nutraceuticals (powerful, strong nutrients) are assisting them in their recovery and cure. 4 CREDIT HOURS

  • Women’s Health II -Gain practical know-how and understanding concerning the health problems women face. Health issues such as breast cancer, endometriosis, osteoporosis, and other diseases are discussed. The facts are given on acupuncture, homeopathy, hormones, diet, nutrition, herbs, and other alternative therapies and how they help to produce homeostasis. 4 CREDIT HOURS

Ayurvedic Medicine

Ayurvedic Certificate Program

 

12 Credit Hours

 

$65 per credit hour - Total Tuition $780 - Monthly Payment Plans Available

 

Courses and Descriptions

 

  • Introduction to Ayurveda – Ayurveda is a complete holistic health care system. This course introduces students to the 5,000 year old tradition of Ayurveda. Here students learn the basic principles, qualities that lead to imbalance, health concepts, methods of examining patients, and treatment theory. Students gain a solid foundation in the Sankhya theory and philosophy of Ayurveda. They are also introduced to the five element theory, dosha concepts and constitutional imbalance as the basis for diagnosis of health and disease. 4 CREDIT HOURS

  • Ayurvedic Principles - Diet and lifestyle are the foundation that Ayurveda was built upon. This course introduces the principles of Ayurvedic nutrition and digestion. Students learn how to formulate programs to help clients find balance within their unique constitution. Individual guidelines for diet, diet recommendation for seasonal changes, and the Ayurvedic approach to the energetics of food will be explored. Daily and seasonal routines are rooted in the essence of Ayurveda. This course educates and enlightens students on the various methods that one can use to live in harmony with the rhythms of their body and nature. Here students learn how to make recommendations for creating healthy lifestyles, daily and seasonal routines, yogic cleansing practices, meditations and self-care.  4 CREDIT HOURS

  • Ayurvedic Clinical Assessment – Here students further explore the concepts of imbalance according to Ayurveda. Students will learn to sharpen in their constitutional assessment and clinical examination skills to assess the digestive tract, find the root causes for imbalance, determine dosha disorders, and discover imbalances in the body tissues and channels. 4 CREDIT HOURS

Diploma

Reflexology Practitioner

Reflexology Practitioner

 

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Natural Wellness Consultant

NATURAL WELLNESS CONSULTANT DIPLOMA COURSES & DESCRIPTIONS

 

  • Vitamins/Supplements – A study that is sure to enlighten you further about what is adequate for the body and in what increment vitamins and minerals should be taken. Various vitamins and minerals as well as other non-classified substances are uniquely categorized and formatted so they may be learned by the student so that he/she understands complications, healing time periods, available forms, cautions, possible side effects, drug interactions, food and nutrient interactions, usual dosage and over-dosage. 3 CREDIT HOURS

  • Natural Healing I – The student is introduced to the history of natural health therapies, which will include natural health development, key people, and writings (books) that have play a role in the development in the field of natural healing. 3 CREDIT HOURS

  • Natural Healing II – This course will provide and examination of a variety of alternative health therapies such as colonics, homeopathic remedies, cancer remedies, and more that are available today. The results are also discussed. 3 CREDIT HOURS

  • Natural Healing III – Discusses a wide variety of treatment options for ailments and maladies that are considered holistic or alternative. This course will consider and investigate a wide variety of treatments and chart their effectiveness. As there are several modalities of therapy available, various therapies shall be compared and analyzed. 3 CREDIT HOURS

  • Holistic Health I – This course will provide a study on fundamental nutritional needs. Topics of study will include: vitamins, minerals, proteins, amino acids, carbohydrates, fats, and enzymes. 4 CREDIT HOURS

  • Holistic Health II – This course will build upon number Holistic Health I. Special topics will include: Nutritional needs of men and women, nutritional needs of children, teenagers, and senior
    citizens. An examination of diseases (or conditions) that are associated with these groups and the use of nutrition to assist in the treatment will be included. The value and future of Orthomolecular Medicine shall be discussed and highlighted for use today. 4 CREDIT HOURS

  • Holistic Health III – This course will continue to build upon Holistic Health I & II. Additional knowledge of topics shall be discussed and shall include the following: Nutrition and natural medicine for the support of Cardiology Functions, Preventative Medicine and Nutrition, Nutrition and Preventative Medicine for Mental Health, and Nutritional Research. 4 CREDIT HOURS

  • Longevity – This course gives details and facts on the latest research for living longer. Through this study one will learn how to enjoy a more vital, disease-free life, a sharp memory, and a longer lifespan. 3 CREDIT HOURS

  • Herbal Healing – Focuses on the development of Herbal Medicine and types of Medicinal Plants and their therapeutic properties. In addition this study will expand upon herbal remedies and their usage in for personal and private practice. Their usage, safety and a review of today’s research on Herbal Plants and their effect on humans shall be included. 3 CREDIT HOURS

TOTAL 30 CREDIT HOURS

Iridologist Practitioner

Iridologist Practitioner

 

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Natural Health Consultant

NATURAL HEALTH CONSULTANT DIPLOMA - 30 CREDIT HOURS COURSES AND DESCRIPTIONS

  • Introduction to Natural Health I - The student is introduced to the history of Natural Health Therapies, which will include historical natural health developments, key people, and writings that have played a role in the development of this field. 4 CREDIT HOURS

  • Introduction to Natural Health II (Alternative Health Therapies) - This study will provide an examination of a variety of alternative health therapies that are available to individuals today. 4 CREDIT HOURS

  • Introduction to Natural Health III (Options for Ailments) - This course will look at a variety of ailments and the array of natural health therapies available to help achieve healthy conditions. As there are several modalities of therapy available, various therapies will be compared. 4 CREDIT HOURS

  • Natural Health Remedies for Stressful Conditions - This course focuses on the benefits and healing properties of natural medicine Discussed are orienttal medicine, acupuncture, acupressure, meditation, homeopathy, botanical medicine, chiropractic care, massage therapy, psychotherapy, family therapy, and biofeedback. You will learn the value of “Stress and Relaxation” therapy, and how it influences the mind, body, and spirit. Learn about natural therapies and they may help others and yourself. Study the effects of anxiety on the mind and body, aromatherapy, and the psychological causes of depression and what can be done to eliminate these problems. In addition, special herbal formulas are given, diets, nutritional formulas, massage reflexology, and how one may lean to “control his/her thoughts” for a better outlook on life. 3 CREDIT HOURS

  • Vitamins/Supplementation – A study that is sure to enlighten you further about what is adequate for the body and in what increment vitamins and minerals should be taken. Various vitamins and minerals as well as other non-classified substances are uniquely categorized and formatted so they may be learned by the student so that he/she understands complications, healing time periods, available forms, cautions, possible side effects, drug interactions, food and nutrient interactions, usual dosage and over-dosage. 3 CREDIT HOURS

  • Longevity – This course gives details and facts on the latest research for living longer. Through this study one will learn how to enjoy a more vital, disease-free life, a sharp memory, and a longer lifespan. 3 CREDIT HOURS

  • Dietary Wellness – This course provides a detailed study of a nutritious diet, and how to select foods that maximize healing. Discussed also are subjects such as: phytonutrients, antioxidants, immunity foods that boost metabolism, healing foods, diet for children, mothers, adults, vegetarians, and others. Further studies are in juicing, fasting, organic foods, detoxification, dietary dangers, unsafe water, food-borne diseases, food additives, genetically engineered foods, irradiated foods, and undesirable substances such as caffeine, cholesterol, and sugar. 3 CREDIT HOURS

  • Drug-Herb-Vitamin Interactions – It is alarming to realize that most Naturopathic Colleges offer no such course as this. Consider this: “If a family physician knew nothing about interactions, would you go back to see him/or her?” So, why shouldn’t the Naturopath know as much? This study is an absolute must for the practitioner, inasmuch as it covers more than 4,500 known major interactions between pharmaceutical drugs and food specific nutrients, and herbs—for example, inhibition of vitamin K may be caused by antibiotics or iron deficiency, and may be triggered by long-term use of aspirin. This is the “kind-of-stuff” that the professional needs to know. Side effects are also discussed; consider what would happen if a Naturopath gave a client extra doses of vitamin E, garlic, and gingko, when a client is taking heavy doses of warfarin (trade name, Coumadin - legally known as “Rat Poison”). Probably the client would be dead within 24 hours. Discussed in this study are: Combination Drugs with 250 vitamins, minerals, herbs, and other nutritional supplements. Also, Interactions for herbs and supplements are discussed, as well as understanding drugs by classifications. In addition you will learn: depletion and interference, adverse interactions of drugs and supplements, bioavailability (that is, the indications of how herbs and supplements decrease absorption). 3 CREDIT HOURS

  • Detoxification – Many Americans are toxic. Most follow the world’s worse diet. A body with a health immune system, efficient organs of elimination and detoxification, and sound circulatory and nervous system can handle a great deal of toxicity. In this study you will learn the benefit and the importance of how to cleanse the body of toxins. Toxic suppressors can include heavy metals (lead, aluminum, cadmium, copper, mercury, arsenic, nickel), chemicals (carcinogens, fluoride, chlorine, food additives), and radiation (electromagnetic, microwave, nuclear, solar X rays, computer monitors). They can all include ingested hormones, steroids, drugs, alcohol, toxic water, caffeine, processed foods, inhaled or absorbed pesticides perfume, smog, nicotine from cigarettes, noise, and stress. The toxic suppressors must be eliminated before medications and other natural approaches will have permanent effect. 3 CREDIT HOURS

TOTAL CREDIT HOURS 30

Theological Holistic Consultant

THEOLOGICAL HOLISTIC CONSULTANT DIPLOMA-30 CREDIT HOURS COURSES & DESCRIPTIONS

  • Life of Christ - Gives you a deep understanding of the person and works of our Savior. It is structured on the basis of the Life of Christ arranged in a chronological harmony. Each of the four Gospels is introduced individually, however, its unique contribution is consistently recognized throughout. Several maps and charts are systemically wedged into the study to help you develop a firmer grasp on events, times, dates, and periods significant in the earthly Life of Christ. 4 CREDIT HOURS

  • Herbal Healing - Focuses on the development of Herbal Medicine and types of Medicinal Plants and their therapeutic properties. In addition this study will expand upon herbal remedies and their usage in for personal and private practice. Their usage, safety and a review of today’s research on Herbal Plants and their effect on humans shall be included. 3 CREDIT HOURS

  • Old Testament Bible Survey - The main purpose of this survey is to involve you in a firsthand knowledge of the Old Testament. All too often students (and teachers/pastors) read what others say is contained in a certain book of the Bible and fail to spend time reading and/or studying the Bible text for themselves. Every person placed in a position to teach or preach in the local church should have taken a Bible survey of the Old and New Testaments. This OT Bible Survey will involve you in Biblical application, background study of OT books, survey, prominent subjects, customs, political climates, major religious and political figures, and key words and verses. In addition, there are more than 50 charts and maps that will guide you to a deeper understanding of the Old Testament. Both the Old and New Testaments make up the inspired Scriptures, but some feel the New Testament should replace the Old. In actuality, the New Testament is the sequel to the Old Testament’s origins, heir of its promises, fruit of its seed, and the peak of its mountain. At the completion of this OT survey, you will be faced with the reality you didn’t know as much as you thought you did before you began the study. 4 CREDIT HOURS

  • New Testament Bible Survey - The New Testament is the “new birthplace” of a Christian because this is where God’s divine power transforms one from the old to a new life. In a Christian, there is a hunger in his/her heart to read and study the New Testament because God gave the written Word not only for the believer’s salvation but for his/her edification ---- food for growing, maturing, and serving. With our New Testament survey, one will be able to gain deep insights about the entire New Testament and not just about selected parts. This New Testament survey is one of the most thorough in existence, unlike some abbreviated versions offered by other colleges, seminaries, and universities. 4 CREDIT HOURS

  • Alternative and Conventional Treatments I —The student is introduced to the history of natural health therapies, which will include natural health development, key people, and writings (books) that have played a role in the development in the field of natural healing. Almost every known disease is dealt with that allopathic physicians regularly treat, and alternative medicines are substituted instead. NOTE: At the end of each part of I, II & III the textbook presents the various treatments such as: conventional treatments, alternative choices, herbal therapies, at-home remedies, acupuncture, biofeedback body work, chiropractic, lifestyle changes, mind/body medicine, and nutrition and diet. 3 CREDIT HOURS

  • Alternative and Conventional Treatments II —This course will provide and examination of a variety of alternative health therapies such as colonics, homeopathic remedies, cancer remedies, and more that are available today. The results are also discussed. 3 CREDIT HOURS

  • Alternative and Conventional Treatments III —Discusses a wide variety of treatment options for ailments and maladies that are considered holistic or alternative. This course will consider and investigate a wide variety of treatments and chart their effectiveness. As there are several modalities of therapy available, various therapies shall be compared and analyzed. 3 CREDIT HOURS 

  • Bible Doctrine - This foundational study is a must for every believer. No man or woman will progress without understanding the cardinal doctrines of the Christian faith. The study of Bible Doctrine cannot take the place of the Bible, but will prove useful to those who study it along with the Bible. True believers know that all Bible doctrines although compiled by humans constitute the positive teaching of God Himself. 3 CREDIT HOURS

  • Christian Counseling - A comprehensive study designed to help Christian leaders in their counseling work. It includes case studies and then tells what the Bible says about the problem. Some sections lead to a survey of causes, effects, counseling considerations, and suggested ways to prevent certain problems. The end result of such a course is you learn in your counseling how to be practical, relevant, and effective. 3 CREDIT HOURS

TOTAL CREDIT HOURS 30

Nutritional Consultant

NUTRITIONAL CONSULTANT DIPLOMA—30 CREDIT HOURS

COURSES & DESCRIPTIONS

  • Vitamins/Supplements – A study that is sure to enlighten you further about what is adequate for the body and in what increment vitamins and minerals should be taken. Various vitamins and minerals as well as other non-classified substances are uniquely categorized and formatted so they may be learned by the student so that he/she understands complications, healing time periods, available forms, cautions, possible side effects, drug interactions, food and nutrient interactions, usual dosage and over-dosage. 3 CREDIT HOURS

  • Natural Healing I – The student is introduced to the history of natural health therapies, which will include natural health development, key people, and writings (books) that have play a role in the development in the field of natural healing. 3 CREDIT HOURS 

  • Natural Healing II – This course will provide and examination of a variety of alternative health therapies such as colonics, homeopathic remedies, cancer remedies, and more that are available today. The results are also discussed. 3 CREDIT HOURS 

  • Natural Healing III – Discusses a wide variety of treatment options for ailments and maladies that are considered holistic or alternative. This course will consider and investigate a wide variety of treatments and chart their effectiveness. As there are several modalities of therapy available, various therapies shall be compared and analyzed. 3 CREDIT HOURS

  • Holistic Nutrition I – You will learn the benefits of good nutrition, and what carbohydrates, fats, proteins, vitamins, minerals are best for the human body. Also, water, air, enzymes and antioxidants, diet and digestion are discussed in detail. Further learning is in: detoxification, exercise & weight management, recipes, and the power of herbs. 4 CREDIT HOURS 

  • Holistic Nutrition II – Learn to recognize and educate people who suffer with depression, addiction, anxiety disorders, eating disorders, insomnia, obsessive-compulsive disorders, schizophrenia, and childhood mental disorders. 4 CREDIT HOURS

  • Holistic Nutrition III – Musculoskeletal fitness is discussed with concentrations on pain management, arthritis, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, osteoporosis, strain and injuries, and TMJ. Learn how to keep the heart healthy; prevent stroke, details on chelation therapy, and treatment for anemia. Study also, environmental illness, food allergies, asthma, and more. Learn about different cancers, and the use of prevention and treatment protocol. Rebuild the body’s biochemistry with nutrition. Learn of migraines, MS, women’s health, and of the anti-aging process. 4 CREDIT HOURS

  • Longevity – This course gives details and facts on the latest research for living longer. Through this study one will learn how to enjoy a more vital, disease-free life, a sharp memory, and a longer lifespan. 3 CREDIT HOURS

  • Dietary Wellness – This course provides a detailed study of a nutritious diet, and how to select foods that maximize healing. Discussed also are subjects such as: phytonutrients, antioxidants, immunity foods that boost metabolism, healing foods, diet for children, mothers, adults, vegetarians, and others. Further studies are in juicing, fasting, organic foods, detoxification, dietary dangers, unsafe water, food-borne diseases, food additives, genetically engineered foods, irradiated foods, and undesirable substances such as caffeine, cholesterol, and sugar. 3 CREDIT HOURS

TOTAL CREDIT HOURS 30

Wellness & Longevity Practitioner

WELLNESS & LONGEVITY DIPLOMA - 30 CREDIT HOURS

COURSES & DESCRIPTIONS

  • Vitamins/Supplements – A study that is sure to enlighten you further about what is adequate for the body and in what increment vitamins and minerals should be taken. Various vitamins and minerals as well as other non-classified substances are uniquely categorized and formatted so they may be learned by the student so that he/she understands complications, healing time periods, available forms, cautions, possible side effects, drug interactions, food and nutrient interactions, usual dosage and over-dosage. 3 CREDIT HOURS 

  • Natural Healing I – The student is introduced to the history of natural health therapies, which will include natural health development, key people, and writings (books) that have play a role in the development in the field of natural healing. 3 CREDIT HOURS

  • Natural Healing II – This course will provide and examination of a variety of alternative health therapies such as colonics, homeopathic remedies, cancer remedies, and more that are available today. The results are also discussed. 3 CREDIT HOURS 

  • Natural Healing III – Discusses a wide variety of treatment options for ailments and maladies that are considered holistic or alternative. This course will consider and investigate a wide variety of treatments and chart their effectiveness. As there are several modalities of therapy available, various therapies shall be compared and analyzed. 3 CREDIT HOURS

  • Holistic Medicine I – This course will provide a study on fundamental nutritional needs. Topics of study will include: vitamins, minerals, proteins, amino acids, carbohydrates, fats, and enzymes. 4 CREDIT HOURS

  • Holistic Medicine II - Special topics will include: Nutritional needs of men and women, nutritional needs of children, teenagers, and senior citizens. An examination of diseases (or conditions) that are associated with these groups and the use of nutrition to assist in the treatment will be included. The value and future of Orthomolecular Medicine shall be discusses and highlighted for use today. 4 CREDIT HOURS 

  • Holistic Medicine III – This course will continue to build upon Holistic Medicine I & II. Addi tional knowledge of topics shall be discussed and shall include the following: Nutrition and natural
    medicine for the support of Cardiology Functions, Preventative Medicine and Nutrition, Nutrition and Preventative Medicine for Mental Health, and Nutritional Research. 4 CREDIT HOURS

  • Longevity – This course gives details and facts on the latest research for living longer. Through this study one will learn how to enjoy a more vital, disease-free life, a sharp memory, and a longer lifespan. 3 CREDIT HOURS

  • Dietary Wellness – This course provides a detailed study of a nutritious diet, and how to select foods that maximize healing. Discussed also are subjects such as: phytonutrients, antioxidants, immunity foods that boost metabolism, healing foods, diet for children, mothers, adults, vegetarians, and others. Further studies are in juicing, fasting, organic foods, detoxification, dietary dangers, unsafe water, food-borne diseases, food additives, genetically engineered foods, irradiated foods, and undesirable substances such as caffeine, cholesterol, and sugar. 3 CREDIT HOURS

Bachelors

Bachelor of Science in Natural Health (B.S.)

This degree is for anyone who is eager to learn more about the natural health field. It is a complete study that covers subjects such as anatomy, physiology, iridology, nutrition, herbal healing, theories of naturopathy and homeopathy, and more.
 
Course Title   Credit Hours
     

Introduction to Natural Health I
Introduction to Natural Health II
Introduction to Natural Health III
Nutritional Healing I
Nutritional Healing II
Nutritional Healing III
Vitamin Supplementation
Healing Foods *
Introduction to Herbal Healing I
Introduction to Herbal Healing II
Health & Wellness
Health & Wellness II
Essential Homeopathy *
Immunology I *
Longevity I
Longevity II
Arthritis *
Immune System Disorders I
Immune System Disorders II
Women’s Health I
Women’s Health II
Sleep Disorders
Headache Treatment *
Yeast Connection (Study of the Chronically Sick)

The pH Balance

 

 

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*Course may be substituted for an elective.
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Bachelor of Science in Natural Health Course Descriptions    

Masters

Master of Science in Natural Health (M.Sc.)

This degree prepares a person for a deeper understanding of subjects taken at the bachelor degree level. It is considered "advanced training." Subjects learned are alternative and conventional treatments, food remedies, lipid biochemistry, allopathic and naturopathic medical terms, diagnostics and statistics for mental disorders, drug-herb-vitamin interaction, and more.
   
Course Title   Credit Hours
     

Biology
Allergies and Nutritional Management
Chemistry
Anatomy and Physiology I
Anatomy and Physiology II 
Health Improvement-Herbal-Lifestyles 
Microbiology I
Clinical Ecology (Environmental Concerns)
Introduction to Iridology*
Homeopathy I
Homeopathy II 
Mental Conditions and Nutritional Therapy*
Pathology
Principles of Digestion 
Symptomatology and Assessment 
Relaxation Techniques 1
Glycemic Index—Glucose Control 

The pH Balance
Dissertation (Thesis) Two (2) theses of 5,000 words each – total 10,000 words.

 

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Master of Science in Natural Health Course Descriptions    

Doctorate

Doctor of Natural Health (D.N.H.)

This degree prepares a person to be a consultant or practitioner of the healing arts. In states where practitioners of naturopathy are licensed and degreed as "ND" or "NMD" one must consider other options. One may earn the Doctor of Natural Health (DNH) and act as a "consultant" in accordance to state laws and respective residency.

Course Title

Credit Hours

Alternative and Conventional Treatments I

3

Alternative and Conventional Treatments II

3

Alternative and Conventional Treatments III

3

Complementary Alternative Medicine*

4

Healing Concepts

3

Food Remedies

4

Healing Fats and Killing Fats

3

Fluids & Electrolytes

3

Immunology

3

Drug-Herb-Vitamin Interaction

3

Western Medicine I (Merck)

3

Western Medicine II (Merck)

3

Health Conditions and Natural Health Research*

3

Practicum (Clientele Consulting, Jurisprudence [Law], and Certification taught by Kay K. Larson, Ph.D., author of “Starting a Business as a Natural Health Consultant:  A Guide for the Professional”)

3

Counseling and Personalities Disorders

3

Microbiology II

3

Relaxation Techniques II

2

Enzyme Therapy

3

Nutritional Modalities

3

Detoxification

3

Orthomolecular Medicine

2

Stress, Diet, & Your Heart

2

Dissertation—(Thesis) Three (3) theses of 5,000 words each – total 15,000 words.

3

Total Credit Hours

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AVAILABLE COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
* Course may be substituted for an elective.