Certificate in Holistic Health
University of Southern Maine
This undergraduate certificate program is for those interested in exploring the growing field of complementary approaches to healing. Courses stress the importance of intellectual, emotional, physical, and spiritual dimensions of the individual in relation to healing and health. There are no prerequisites for admission to the program.
For more information, please contact:
217 Masterton Hall, Portland Campus
College of Nursing and Health Professions
96 Falmouth Street
PO Box 9300
Portland Maine, 04104-9300
Please visit program website to view courses and requirements.
At USM, applications are reviewed on a rolling basis, and are reviewed as they become complete. Applicants can expect a decision appproximately four to six weeks after all documentation has been received. Counselors initially evaluate applications for entry into the first choice major, if applicable. If an applicant does not meet this major’s qualifications or if no space is available in the first choice major, they will be considered for a second major, an undeclared major, or an alternate program.
For application dates and deadlines, please click here.
Tuition charges are determined by multiplying the number of credit hours a student attempts by a rate established by the Board of Trustees. The University System reserves the right to adjust these charges to respond to changing cost, state and/or federal legislative action, and other matters. Such adjustments may be made at any time. Visit USM Student Accounts for current tuition information.
Eligibility for financial aid will be based on several factors including family income, assets, size of household, number in college, satisfactory academic progress, etc.The FAFSA must be filed annually and can be completed online.
USM’s Title IV Institution Code is 009762