Aromatherapy Courses

Medical Terminology

(2 Credits)

This course provides the student seeking a career in the medical field with a framework for building a medical vocabulary. The emphasis is on understanding basic medical terms along with their their Greek and Latin roots, prefixes and suffixes. The course also covers abbreviations and their meanings and how they are used in documenting and reporting modern healthcare.

Final open-book written exam and/or essay.

Passing Grade: 75%

Systematic Anatomy & Physiology I

(4 Credits)

Condensed systematic in-depth coverage of the human body's anatomical structures and functions. Areas of study: Cell and tissue structures, genes, embryology, cytology and histology, Osteology and skeletal system, lymphatic system, neurons and nervous system, sensory organs, muscles, skin and integumentary system.

Final open-book written exam and/or essay.

Passing Grade: 75%

Systematic Anatomy & Physiology II

(4 Credits)

Condensed systematic in-depth coverage of the human body's anatomical structures and functions. Areas of study: Lungs and the respiratory system, glands and endocrinology, metabolism and digestive system, heart and the cardiovascular system, kidneys and the urinary systems, and reproductive systems.

Final open-book written exam and/or essay.

Passing Grade: 75%

Foundational Botany

(3 Credits)

A basic introductory course explaining the foundations of the science of plants. Topics such as the study of plant structure, growth and differentiation, reproduction, biochemistry and primary metabolism, chemical products, evolutionary relationships, and plant taxonomy. 

Final open-book written exam and/or essay.

Passing Grade: 75%

Foundational Herbology

(3 Credits)

An introductory course in the use of plant parts (flowers, leaves, stems, roots, fruits, and resins) by humans in applications such as foods and drinks, sustaining healthy lifestyle, preventing disease, hygiene products, and other therapeutic applications such as salves and compresses.

Final open-book written exam and/or essay.

Passing Grade: 75%

Running Your Natural Health Business

(2 Credits)

A course aiding the freshly graduate student on how to establish, operate and conduct natural health and wellness business, registrations, regulations, marketing and social media.

Final open-book written exam and/or essay.

Passing Grade: 75%

Systematic Pathophysiology I

(6 Credits)

This is the first part of the condensed systematic pathophysiology review which is designed to introduce the student to basic pathologic processes and their applications to major pathologic conditions, mechanisms of disease, and causative and contributory factors. This part is focused on molecular pathology and genetics, microbiology, immunology, hematology, oncology, radiology, neurology, psychiatry, muscular and dermatological disorders.

Final open-book written exam and/or essay.

Passing Grade: 75%

Systematic Pathophysiology II

(6 Credits)

This is the first part of the condensed systematic pathophysiology review which is designed to introduce the student to basic pathologic processes and their applications to major pathologic conditions, mechanisms of disease, and causative and contributory factors. This part is focused on the pathophysiologies of the respiratory system, the cardiovascular system, the gastroenterological system, the urinary system, the endocrine system, and the reproductive systems. Topics will also include metabolism disorders, pharmacology and toxicology.

Final open-book written exam and/or essay.

Passing Grade: 75%

Integrative Medicine I

(4 Credits)

The first part of the integrative medicine review series of the aspects of integrative medicine, such as practitioner-patient relationship, medical information theory, interviewing patients, medical intake, holistic evaluation and assessment of patients, and mind-body techniques (relaxation, meditation, guided imagery, energy medicine, biofeedback and neurofeedback).

Final open-book written exam and/or essay.

Passing Grade: 75%

Integrative Medicine II

(4 Credits)

The second part of the integrative medicine review series of the aspects of integrative medicine, such as practitioner-patient relationship, medical information theory, interviewing patients, medical intake, holistic evaluation and assessment of patients, and mind-body techniques (relaxation, meditation, guided imagery, energy medicine, biofeedback and neurofeedback).

Final open-book written exam and/or essay.

Passing Grade: 75%

Foundational Aromatherapy I

(4 Credits)

The first part of a two-course series in the use of aromatherapeutics. An overview of the field of aromatherapy, its history and preparations. Additionally, the student will have a systematic study of a collection of aromas and natural fragrances for aiding in various physical and mental conditions including chronic fatigue, stress, depression and for enhancing memory as well as aromatherapies for various organs and organ systems in accordance with the Pathophysiology I course.

Final open-book written exam and/or essay.

Passing Grade: 75%

Foundational Aromatherapy II

(4 Credits)

The second part of a two-course series in the use of aromatherapeutics. An overview of the field of aromatherapy, its history and preparations. Additionally, the student will have a systematic study of a collection of aromas and natural fragrances for aiding in various physical and mental conditions including chronic fatigue, stress, depression and for enhancing memory as well as aromatherapies for various organs and organ systems in accordance with the Pathophysiology II​ course.

Final open-book written exam and/or essay.

Passing Grade: 75%

Aromas Cabinet

(3 Credits)

A course that will teach the student how to build his/her own aromas cabinet that will contain all aromatherapeutics of interest and focus. This will include a portable version of the cabinet as well. 

Final open-book written exam and/or essay.

Passing Grade: 75%

Making Natural Soap & Spa Products

(4 Credits)

This course provides the student interested in learning how to make the essential products for skin cleansing, personal hygiene, cleaning, bathing, and all other products commonly used in beauty salons and spas. 

Final open-book written exam and/or essay.

Passing Grade: 75%

Making Natural Aromas & Fragrances

(4 Credits)

A hands-on course that teaches the student how to manufacture various natural aromas and fragrances used in aromatherapy, spas, relaxation, and for casual wearing of natural essences.

Final open-book written exam and/or essay.

Passing Grade: 75%

Natural Spa Products (4 Credits)

An overview of the essential products for skin cleansing, personal hygiene, cleaning, bathing, and all other products commonly used in beauty salons and spas.

Final open-book written exam and/or essay.

Passing Grade: 75%

Industrial Aromas, Essential Oils, Fragrances & Perfumes

(4 Credits)

This course is focused on presenting the student with the making and distribution of natural aromas, essential oils, fragrances, perfumes, and personal hygiene cleansing and cleaning products from a pure industrial point of view.

Final open-book written exam and/or essay.

Passing Grade: 75%

Aromatherapies for the Mind

(5 Credits)

This course is focused on presenting the student with the aromatherapies used to boost the functioning of the brain and to relax the nervous system. Applications include easing depression and anxiety, relaxing the body and mind, enhancing memory, and boosting cognitive operations under extreme conditions and for students.

Final open-book written exam and/or essay.

Passing Grade: 75%

Spiritual & Faith-Based Approaches to Natural Health

(1 Credit)

An overview of ancient and modern spiritual and faith-based approaches to natural health and healing. Examples include the power of prayer in healing, meditation, oil blessings, church-based support groups and counseling, ancient use of herbs and holy water in healing, and codes of hygiene and healthy diets such as Kosher food.

Final open-book written exam and/or essay.

Passing Grade: 75%