Apothecary Programs

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Apothecary is specifically concerned with ways to prepare herbal formulations such as tinctures, decoctions, infusions, salves, lozenges, compresses, capsules, oils, waxes, vinegar-based herbal solutions, elixirs, vapor bathes, plasters, pills, enemas, vaginal washes and suppositories, herbal teas, flower infusions, glycerin-based tinctures, herbal balls, and many other delivery forms. Apothecary also trains you to use the same equipments used by chemists and alchemists alike.

Apothecarists can work in organic produce farms, whole food stores, apothecary/chemistry shops, natural medicinaries and dispensaries, pharmacies, herbaceutical factories, herb and supplements stores, homemade preserves, making herbal teas and other products, health and wellness centers, and even in cancer centers. 

Apothecary Certificate

Requirements: High school diploma or GED

 

Award: Apothecary Certificate / Certified Apothecarist

Registration: upon graduation, the student can register with the American Herbalists Guild

Program Length: Minimum time to finish is 4-6 months or longer according to your pace

 

Total credits: 21

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Foundational Botany (3 Credits)

Foundational Herbology (3 Credits)

Pharmacognosy (4 Credits)

Phytochemistry (4 Credits)

Formulation (4 Credits)

Running Your Natural Health Business (2 Credits)

Spiritual & Faith-Based Approaches to Natural Health (1 Credit)

 

Tuition: $50/credit hour

 

Full Tuition: $1,050

Aromas-Making Certificate

Requirements: High school diploma or GED

 

Award: Aromas-Making Certificate / Certified Aromas-Maker

Registration: upon graduation, the student can register with the American Herbalists Guild

Program Length: Minimum time to finish is 4-6 months or longer according to your pace

 

Total credits: 24

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Foundational Botany (3 Credits)

Foundational Herbology (3 Credits)

Foundational Aromatherapy I (4 Credits)​

Making Natural Soap & Spa Products (4 Credits)

Making Natural Aromas & Fragrances (4 Credits)

Aromas Cabinet (3 Credits)

Running Your Natural Health Business (2 Credits)

Spiritual & Faith-Based Approaches to Natural Health (1 Credit)

 

Tuition: $50/credit hour

 

Full Tuition: $1,200

Master Dietary Apothecarist Diploma

Requirements: High school diploma or GED

 

Award: Master Dietary Herbalist Diploma

Registration: upon graduation, the student can register with the American Herbalists Guild

Program Length: Minimum time to finish is 8-12 months or longer according to your pace

 

Total credits: 39

Medical Terminology (2 Credits)

Systematic Anatomy & Physiology I (4 Credits)

Systematic Anatomy & Physiology II (4 Credits)

Foundational Botany (3 Credits)

Foundational Herbology (3 Credits)

Metabolism of Macronutrients & Micronutrients (4 Credits)

Herbal Nutrition (4 Credits)

Pharmacognosy (4 Credits)

Phytochemistry (4 Credits)

Formulation (4 Credits)

Running Your Natural Health Business (2 Credits)

Spiritual & Faith-Based Approaches to Natural Health (1 Credit)

 

Tuition: $50/credit hour

 

Full Tuition: $1,950

Master Apothecarist Diploma

Requirements: High school diploma or GED


Award: Master Apothecarist Diploma


Registration: upon graduation, the student can register with the American Herbalists Guild


Program Length: Minimum time to finish is 8-12 months or longer according to your pace


Total credits: 38


Foundational Botany (3 Credits)

Foundational Herbology (3 Credits)

Pharmacognosy (4 Credits)

Phytochemistry (4 Credits)

Formulation (4 Credits)

Herbal First Aids Cabinet (2 Credits)

Foundational Aromatherapy I (4 Credits)​

Making Natural Soap & Spa Products (4 Credits)

Making Natural Aromas & Fragrances (4 Credits)

Aromas Cabinet (3 Credits)

Running Your Natural Health Business (2 Credits)

Spiritual & Faith-Based Approaches to Natural Health (1 Credit)

Tuition: $50/credit hour


Full Tuition: $1,900

Master Detox Apothecarist Diploma

Requirements: High school diploma or GED


Award: Master Detox Apothecarist Diploma


Registration: upon graduation, the student can register with the American Herbalists Guild


Program Length: Minimum time to finish is 8-12 months or longer according to your pace


Total credits: 45


Medical Terminology (2 Credits)

Systematic Anatomy & Physiology I (4 Credits)

Systematic Anatomy & Physiology II (4 Credits)

Metabolism, Pharmacology & Toxicology (4 Credits)

Pharmacognosy (4 Credits)

Phytochemistry (4 Credits)

Formulation (4 Credits)

Metabolism of Macronutrients & Micronutrients (4 Credits)

Colon Therapy (4 Credits)

Natural Detox (2 Credits)

Fasting (2 Credits)

Herbal Detox Preparations (4 Credits)

Running Your Natural Health Business (2 Credits)

Spiritual & Faith-Based Approaches to Natural Health (1 Credit)

Tuition: $50/credit hour


Full Tuition: $2,250

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Master Integrative Apothecarist Diploma

Requirements: High school diploma or GED


Award: Master Integrative Apothecarist Diploma


Registration: upon graduation, the student can register with the American Herbalists Guild

Program Length: Minimum time to finish is 8-12 months or longer according to your pace


Total credits: 43


Medical Terminology (2 Credits)

Systematic Anatomy & Physiology I (4 Credits)

Systematic Anatomy & Physiology II (4 Credits)

Integrative Medicine I (4 Credits)

Integrative Medicine II (4 Credits)

Foundational Botany (3 Credits)

Foundational Herbology (3 Credits)

Herbal First Aids Cabinet (2 Credits)

Pharmacognosy (4 Credits)

Phytochemistry (4 Credits)

Formulation (4 Credits)

Bach Flower Remedies (2 Credits)

Running Your Natural Health Business (2 Credits)

Spiritual & Faith-Based Approaches to Natural Health (1 Credit)

Tuition: $50/credit hour


Full Tuition: $2,150