Holistic Health Studies - Certificate

St. Catherine has developed a graduate certificate in holistic health for students who want to explore the content of holistic health, but do not necessarily want to complete the entire graduate degree. This certificate will allow those students to achieve their educational goals. The admission process for the certificate program is identical to the admission process for the degree program.

The following coursework must be completed by the fall semester of the student's second year in the certificate program:

  • Psychology (one course)
  • Anatomy and Physiology (one course)

All of the courses for the certificate must be taken at St. Catherine.

Curriculum

Core Courses
HHS 6700Foundations of Holistic Health and Wellness2
HHS 6720Complementary/Alternative Approaches to Healthcare2
HHS 6730Culture as a Resource in Health and Healing2
Select six additional credits of the following:6
Spiritual Wellness
Ecology and Health
Movement, Relaxation and Health
Core Concepts in Mind/Body Interactions
Women and Holistic Health
Organizing for Social Change
Alternative Approaches to Nutrition
Mindfulness Based Meditation
Energy Healing I
Energy Healing II
Perspectives of Health and Healing in India
Total Credits12
Courses not available in the certificate program:
HHS 8900Quantitative and Qualitative Research: Mindful Inquiry3
HHS 8920Practicum and Integrative Seminar2
HHS 8940Research Methods and Statistics3
HHS 8980Research Seminar2

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Holistic Health Studies Certificate