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New Eden School of Natural Health and Herbal Studies

An Institute of Higher Learning

Complementary and Alternative Health Degrees

Women, people ages 40 to 60, and adults with higher levels of education and income tend to use complementary and alternative therapies frequently. There have been considerable increases in the number of people using common forms of complementary and alternative medicine, such as herbal therapy, massage therapy, energy medicine and more.


New Eden School offers the following programs for the formation of the Complementary and Alternative Health Practitioner (C.A.H.P)


Advanced Diploma in Complementary and Alternative Health

Associate Degree in Complementary and Alternative Health

Bachelor's Degree in Complementary and Alternative Health

Master's Degree in Complementary and Alternative Health

Doctor of Philosophy in Complementary and Alternative Health (PhD)


Advanced Diploma in Complementary and Alternative Health


A very good curriculum composed of various courses in complementary and alternative health that will effectively educate the student to become a Complementary and Alternative Health Practitioner (C.A.H.P)


Requirement for Enrollment:  High School Completion or GED

Duration of Program: Generally takes 9 to 18  months via distance learning. 

This is a self-paced program.


Outline of Courses:

Anatomy and Physiology Credit 4

Natural Health and Nutrition Credit 3

Chemistry and Nutrition Credit 2

Guide to Complementary and Alternative Health Credit 1

Natural Health Approaches I Credit 5

Natural Health Approaches V Credit 3

Natural Health Assessments Credit 4

Digestive Wellness Credit 4

Natural Solutions to Food Allergies and Food Intolerances Credit 3

Nutrition for Children Credit 2

Herbology Credit 2

Effective Modalities & Products for Optimal Health and Wellness Credit 1

PEMF Therapy for Wellness Credit 1

Cancer, GMO's and Vaccines Credit 4

Cell Salts and Homeopathic Remedies Credit 1

Business and Practice Matters for Natural Health Professionals Credit 1


Total Credit Hours:  41

Tuition: 2460.00


Tuition does not include textbooks but does include

study instructions, testing material and certain eBooks.

60.00 per credit hour


Award: Advanced Diploma in Complementary and Alternative Health


Graduates can apply to be Board Certified through the American Council

for Holistic Medicine (ACHM)


Graduates can apply for membership with the Complementary Medical Association

or with the International Institute for Complementary Therapists (IICT) at

www.iictinsurance.com


Graduates are encouraged to become members of the International                          Association of Natural Health Practitioners (IANHP) at www.ianhp.org


Associate Degree in Complementary and Alternative Health 


A robust curriculum composed of various courses in complementary and alternative health that will effectively educate the student to become a Complementary and Alternative Health Practitioner (C.A.H.P)


Requirement for Enrollment:  High School Completion or GED

Duration of Program: Generally takes 12 to 24 months via distance learning. 

This is a self-paced program.


Outline of Courses:

Anatomy and Physiology Credit 4

Natural Health and Nutrition Credit 3

Chemistry and Nutrition Credit 2

Guide to Complementary and Alternative Health Credit 1

Dietary Wellness for Life Credit 2

Pathology I Credit 5

Pathology II Credit 5

pH Balance for Optimal Health Credit 1

Natural Health Approaches I Credit 5

Kinesiology Credit 1 

Natural Health Approaches V Credit 3

Natural Health Assessments Credit 4 

Digestive Wellness Credit 4

Natural Solutions to Food Allergies and Food Intolerances Credit 3

Nutrition for Children Credit 2

Herbology Credit 2

Health foods and Nutritional Supplements Credit 5

PEMF Therapy for Wellness Credit 1

Cancer, GMO's and Vaccines Credit 4

Traditional Naturopathic Approaches Credit 1

Cell Salts and Homeopathic Remedies Credit 1

Traditional Chinese Medicine Credit 2

Business and Practice Matters for Natural Health Professionals Credit 1


Total Credit Hours:  62

Tuition: 3720.00


Tuition does not include textbooks but does include

study instructions, testing material and certain eBooks.

60.00 per credit hour


Award: Associate Degree in Complementary and Alternative Health


Graduates can apply to be Board Certified through the American Council

for Holistic Medicine (ACHM)


Graduates can apply for membership with the Complementary Medical Association 

or with the International Institute for Complementary Therapists (IICT) at

www.iictinsurance.com


Graduates are encouraged to become members of the International                          Association of Natural Health Practitioners (IANHP) at www.ianhp.org


Bachelor's Degree in Complementary and Alternative Health 


A very robust curriculum composed of various courses in complementary and alternative health that will effectively educate the student to become a Complementary and Alternative Health Practitioner (C.A.H.P)


Requirement for Enrollment:  High School Completion or GED

Duration of Program: Generally takes 24 to 48 months via distance learning. 

This is a self-paced program.


Outline of Courses:

Anatomy and Physiology Credit 4

Natural Health and Nutrition Credit 3

Chemistry and Nutrition Credit 2

Guide to Complementary and Alternative Health Credit 1

Dietary Wellness for Life Credit 2

Colon Wellness Credit 1 

Pathology I Credit 5

Pathology II Credit 5

Pharmacology Credit 5 

Enzyme Nutrition Credit 3 

pH Balance for Optimal Health Credit 1

Natural Health Approaches I Credit 5

Effective Modalities & Products for Optimal Health and Wellness Credit 1

Amino Acid Therapy Credit 2

Kinesiology Credit 1

Natural Health Approaches V Credit 3

Natural Health Assessments Credit 4

Digestive Wellness Credit 4

Natural Solutions to Food Allergies and Food Intolerances Credit 3

Nutrition for Children Credit 2

Herbology Credit 2

Health foods and Nutritional Supplements Credit 5

Energy Medicine Credit 2 

PEMF Therapy for Wellness Credit 1

Cancer, GMO's and Vaccines Credit 4

Traditional Naturopathic Approaches Credit 1

Cell Salts and Homeopathic Remedies Credit 1

Reflexology Credit 3

Traditional Chinese Medicine Credit 2

Clinical Natural Medicine Credit 7 

Clinical Botanical Medicine I Credit 5 

Wellness Counseling Practices for Natural Health Professionals Credit 2 

Anti-Aging and Longevity Approaches Credit 2

Business and Practice Matters for Natural Health Professionals Credit 1

Case Studies Credit 5


Elective Courses Credit 20 (Choose from any courses New Eden School offers)

See Description of Courses Page

Note: There is no tuition charge on 10 credit hours of electives.

          

Total Credit Hours:  120

Tuition: 6,600.00


Tuition does not include textbooks but does include

study instructions, testing material and certain eBooks.

60.00 per credit hour


Award: Bachelor's Degree in Complementary and Alternative Health


Graduates can apply to be Board Certified through the American Council

for Holistic Medicine (ACHM) or with the American Alternative Medical Association  

(AAMA) at www.joinaama.com


Graduates can apply for membership with the Complementary Medical Association

or with the International Institute for Complementary Therapists (IICT) at

www.iictinsurance.com


Graduates are encouraged to become members of the International                          Association of Natural Health Practitioners (IANHP) at www.ianhp.org


Master's Degree in Complementary and Alternative Health 


An excellent curriculum composed of various courses in complementary and alternative health that will effectively educate the student to become a Complementary and Alternative Health Practitioner (C.A.H.P)


Requirement for Enrollment:

Bachelors Degree in Complementary and Alternative Health

Duration of Program: Generally takes 12 to 24 months via distance learning. 

This is a self-paced program.


Outline of Courses:

Eleven Keys to Health and Longevity Credit 1

Nail, Skin, Tongue Analysis Credit 2

Clinical Nutrition Credit 3

Herbal First Aid Credit 2

Fitness & Weight Management Credit 3

Modern Naturopathic Approaches  Credit 3 
Herbal Medicines Credit 7
Nutritional Biochemistry Credit 2

Masters Degree  Case Studies Credit 6


Elective Courses Credit 30 (Choose from any courses New Eden School offers)

See Description of Courses Page

Note: There is no tuition charge on 5 credit hours of electives.

         

Total Credit Hours: 60  (180 to Graduate)

Tuition: 3,300.00

60.00 per credit


Tuition does not include textbooks but does include

study instructions, testing material and certain eBooks.


Award: Master's Degree in Complementary and Alternative Health


Graduates can apply to be Board Certified through the American Council

for Holistic Medicine (ACHM) or with the American Alternative Medical Association  

(AAMA) at www.joinaama.com


Graduates can apply for membership with the Complementary Medical Association

or with the International Institute for Complementary Therapists (IICT) at

www.iictinsurance.com


Graduates are encouraged to become members of the International                          Association of Natural Health Practitioners (IANHP) at www.ianhp.org


Important: 

Once any of the above degree programs are completed, the graduate can apply the  

credits toward any other program New Eden School offers.


Those that complete any of the above degree programs may want to enroll in the Alternative Medicine Diplomate (AMD) Doctorate Program. The curriculum can be found at the Clinical Natural Medicine Programs page.


* Individuals that have completed the Master's Program need to only complete the 

  doctoral  dissertation in order to earn an AMD Doctorate.


Doctor of Philosophy in Complementary and Alternative Health (PhD)


The word philosophy comes from the Greek which means "love for wisdom"

This degree is for those that enjoy teaching and doing research in the area 

of complementary and alternative medicine. 

It is also useful for those operating as Complementary and Alternative Health Practitioners.

Requirement:

Master's Degree in Complementary and Alternative Health or the completion of any one      of the following doctorate degrees:

ND, AMD, N.M.D, DBM, DNOM, NHP Doctorate

Duration: 12-24 months via distance learning


Outline of Courses:

Nutritional Biochemistry Credit 2

Introduction to Research Credit 3

How to Prepare a Doctoral Dissertation Credit 2

PhD Dissertation Credit 18


Total Credits: 25

Tuition: 1500.00

60.00 per credit hour

No discounts on this program. 

Minimum tuition of 900.00 regardless of waived courses.

Tuition includes everything but textbooks 

Award: Doctor of  Philosophy in Complementary and Alternative Medicine