NATURAL HEALTH PROGRAM
Instructions for Non-Degree Enrollment
Options for Study
Welcome to the Natural Health Program!
The Natural Health Program is established especially for students who are not professionals or who have no extensive college training. This program is also open to the professional and college student. A healthcare worker can use this program to supplement his or her healthcare knowledge.
The Natural Health Program emphasizes eight natural remedies in the treatment of disorders and illnesses. These eight remedies are nutrition, exercise, water, sunshine, temperance, air, rest, and trust in Divine Power. Other natural remedies will be addressed in the Program. .
The requirements to enroll into the Natural Health Program are an interest of health and wellness for yourself and for others. Currently, no degree or diploma is offered within this Program. Each course is eight weeks in duration. Enrollment can began during any of the 52 weeks within the year. Each course can be online, by fax, or by correspondence.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR NON-DEGREE ENROLLMENT
Akamai has attempted to make non-degree registration as easy as possible. Our requirements help identify you and your background and training, so we can provide you the very best learning experience as a non-degree student.
The instructions for your class registration are as follows:
Download, complete, and sign the Non-Degree Registration Form.
Submit with your registration form, a complete and up-to-date resume or CV, sent by electronic means, in order to familiarize the class instructor with your background.
Make contact the University administration and indicate how you intend to pay your tuition fees. Non-degree tuition is calculated at the rate of US$150 per credit. Payment may be made by credit card, Paypal, bank draft, or wire transfer. After your contact, the University administration will send you an invoice and full instructions to guide you in making payment.
Download Non-Degree Registration Form
Office of Admissions
187 Kinoole Street
Hilo, HI 96720 USA
Tel: 1 (808) 934-8793
Fax: 1 (808) 443-0445
Admission Office Email Address
OPTIONS FOR STUDY
NHP101: Natural Health I (1 credit)
This course is part of a series of community health education courses. This class is structured toward the person who is not a health care professional. It is also useful for the healthcare professional who wants to supplement his/her knowledge and experience. This education focuses on the implications of an integral health approach to the well being of the person on all levels-the physical, emotional, social, and spiritual. This includes processes of healing in the broadest sense-nurturing, organizing, growing, and inspiring. This brings about movement not only towards optimal health but finding the balance between the body, mind, and spirit that transforms lifestyles. From the perspective of optimal health, the student will be able to empower others more effectively when he/she can experience personally the change in their own lifestyles. The cost of the two required study materials is approximately $45.
James Johnson, MD
Dr. James Johnson is a medical doctor, naturopath, and professor of online courses in Naturopathic Medicine that he has taught for over 10 years. Dr. Johnson developed an interest in Naturopathy since his grade school years. He studied Medicine at a traditional medical college. This medical college graciously permitted Dr. Johnson to study and receive credit for his Naturopathic Medicine electives (which he in part designed). Also, he is a professor of online courses in Nursing, Professional Speaking, Massage Therapy, Healthcare Informatics, and Forensic Sciences. He manages active in-school discussion forums for his students while emphasizing his motto, Use the simplest remedy when caring for clients. He is said to be one of the most active and innovative users of online learning-management systems. Having worked with many types of holistic providers (e.g., massage therapists, chiropractors, nutritionists, and physicians),he continues to be involved with the development and review of holistic programs, practices, education, and books.