Integrative Health, Graduate Certificate
Designed for students who wish to pursue knowledge related to holistic health but do not wish to complete a master’s degree, the Certificate in Integrative Health requires a minimum of 18 credits, including HH500 Anatomy & Physiology:A Holistic Approach and HH501 Foundations of Holistic Healing. Other courses should be chosen in consultation with an advisor. Students who wish to change their status from certificate to the M.A. program should have a B average in the certificate program, adhere to the admission criteria stated above, and file an application with the admissions committee.
Those seeking the Certificate in Integrative Health may take courses entirely online instead of traditional classroom instruction.
Requirements for Admission
- Baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university
- Cumulative grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
- Completed self-managed application packet, including:
- Completed application for admission
- A check or money order for $40 (nonrefundable) made payable to Georgian Court University
- A reasonably complete statement of applicant’s reasons for undertaking this program of graduate study. An explanation of what factors influenced applicant’s decision and how this program will facilitate attainment of applicant’s professional goals for the future should be addressed.
- Sealed and signed envelopes containing the official transcripts of each undergraduate and graduate institution applicant has attended. If the official seal has been broken, the transcript is then considered to be unofficial and cannot be accepted for use toward your application.
- Three letters of recommendation written by college professors, deans, supervisors, or other persons engaged in or familiar with the profession for which applicant wishes to prepare.
Accepted students will receive a health form that must be completed and submitted to the Office of Health Services.