Holistic & Natural Health Degree
Offered at: Larimer
More and more people are interested in their own health and wellness and deciding to seek out natural health and holistic health practitioners. An Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) in Holistic Health or a certificate in Aromatherapy, Holistic Health Reflexology, or Yoga Teaching could launch your career.
A holistic health degree could be just right for you.
Do you like to help people? Are you interested in alternative methods of health care? Are you interested in starting your own practice in this field? Is there a family member who could benefit from your learning about Holistic Health? If so, a Holistic Health degree could be for you.
Holistic Health associate degree
The A.A.S. Holistic Health degree is designed to prepare you to begin a practice in an area of holistic health such as aromatherapy, yoga, reflexology, Reiki, or Jin Shin. You could set up your own practice or work alongside other practitioners in the holistic and medical fields, including wellness facilities, clinics and hospitals. See course descriptions and required courses for a Holistic Health degree.
Holistic health classes in Loveland.
You can earn an A.A.S. from classroom-based courses at the Community Learning Center in the Thompson School District Building, 800 S. Taft Ave., Loveland, and, as needed, at clinical sites in northern Colorado. See map and directions.
Many classes meet one day a week. Some classes meet on weekends. Other classes are fully online or “hybrid,” that is, they combine online and classroom instruction.
Get started faster with a natural health certificate.
See required courses for these one-semester certificates:
See gainful employment information.
Is your goal a bachelor's degree?
Beyond the Holistic Health A.A.S. degree, you can pursue a bachelor’s degree at some colleges and universities. For example, ask your advisor about the Bachelor’s degree in Integrated Therapeutic Practices at Metropolitan State College of Denver.