holistic health program

Mind, body, and spirit—that’s the basis for the M.A. in Holistic Health Studies at Georgian Court University. This 36-credit program allows you to understand the role in holistic health as it applies to overall well-being. Delve into learning about healing methods, research strategies, Eastern and Western approaches to wellness, homeopathy, preventative medicine, and more aspects of interconnectedness as it relates to human health.

Program

  • Required courses (27 credits)
  • Electives (9 credits)

For more information on program requirements, consult the Graduate Catalog.

Courses

Required:

  • HH500 Anatomy & Physiology: A Holistic Approach (3)
  • HH501 Foundations of Holistic Healing (3)
  • HH502 Advanced Healing Methods (3)
  • HH515 Holistic Stress Management (3)
  • HH520 Energy Medicine (3)
  • HH525 Holistic Perspectives: Counseling Techniques (3)
  • HH530 Research Methods (3)
  • HH555 Holistic Spirituality (3)
  • HH599 Project in Holistic Health (3)

Electives (pick at least three):

  • HH535 Eastern Approach to Nutrition (3)
  • HH540 Humor & Healing (3)
  • HH545 Ayurvedic Approach to Mind Body Healing (3)
  • HH550 Healing Arts: Visual Arts, Music, Movement & Journaling (3)
  • HH560 Native American Medicine (3)
  • HH565 Homeopathy (3)
  • HH570 Special Topics in Holistic Health (3)

Looking to enhance your knowledge of holistic health without obtaining a master’s degree? The 18-credit Graduate Certificate in Holistic Health from Georgian Court University can be earned on the Lakewood campus or 100% online in just 11 months. You’ll emerge with a deeper understanding and practice preparation to make an impact in this growing field.

Program

  • Required courses (6)
  • Electives (12)

For more information on program requirements, consult the Graduate Catalog.

Courses

Required:

  • HH500 Anatomy and Physiology: A Holistic Approach (3)
  • HH501 Foundations of Holistic Healing (3)

I came to Georgian Court as a stranger who did not really feel that I belonged anywhere; I left as a member of the GCU family after finding myself a home.

Jamie Lee Sonnenberg-Smith ‘15
Jamie Lee Sonnenberg-Smith ‘15