|The Bachelor of Arts Degree in Holistic Health is an interdisciplinary program that emphasizes the importance of optimizing mind, body, and spiritual health. It incorporates Nutrition, Homeopathy, Herbology and Mind-Body Medicine to lay the groundwork fo those interested in pursuing careers in the healing arts.|
|High School Diploma or GED.
60 general education units from an approved institution.
|The curriculum consists of 60 units of study from coursework and a minimum of 60 general education units, which can be satisfied in two ways (see Optoin A & B below).
Option A: Associate of Arts in Oriental Bodywork from American University of Complementary Medicine
Option B: A minimum of 60 semester units in General Education from a regionally accredited or California approved college or university.
|HH 160: Introduction to Healing Qi Gong (2 Units)|
|HH 170: Introduction to Therapeutic Hatha Yoga (2 Units)|
|HB 200: Practical Botany for Making Plant Medicines (4 Units)|
|HB 205: Introduction to Western Plant Medicine (4 Units)|
|HB 210: Introduction to Chinese Plant Medicine (4 Units)|
|HB 215: Introduction to Ayurvedic Plant Medicine (4 Units)|
|HH 200: Bio-Energetic Medicine and Biophysics (4 Units)|
|HH 205: Introduction to Non-Invasive Holistic Diagnostic Methods (4 Units)|
|HH 210: Mind-Body Medical Techniques (4 Units)|
|HM 200: Principles of Homeopathy (4 Units)|
|HM 205: Homeopathic First Aid in Acute Situations (4 Units)|
|HM 210: Homeopathy in Chronic Disorders (4 Units)|
|HM 215: Homeotherapeutics (4 Units)|
|NU 200: Principles of Western Nutrition (4 Units)|
|NU 205: Modern Concepts of Nutrition (4 Units)|
|NU 210: Comparative Nutrition (4 Units)|
|NU 215: Nutritional Counseling (4 Units)|