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School of Aromatherapy

School of Aromatherapy

Aromatherapy is the use of aromatic plant extracts and essential oils to promote a healthy mind and body. This school concentrates on how to make, apply, and use aromatherapy to promote homeostasis. Courses focus on human and animals.  

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Aromatherapy Certificate Program


12 Credit Hours

$65/per Credit Hour - Total Tuition: $780 - Monthly Payment Plans Available


Courses and Descriptions


  • AROMATHERAPY I – Aromatherapy is the use of fragrance—that is, scented oils to enhance the health of mind and body. Learn the difference between vegetable and base oils, and how they work. This course also covers oils that help burns, back problems, stress, VDU, and burnout! There are assertive oils for sports, dance, and workouts! Learn methods of treating injury, oils for muscles, foot care, and even oils for babies! You will learn how the oils are made, and how to use “Essential Oils.” 4 CREDIT HOURS

  • AROMATHERAPY II – The various oils are discussed and their benefits. Mentioned are: Almond Oils, Apricot Oils, and even Castor Oils. The toxicity of oils is discussed and you will learn how Castor Oil will kill a child, but on the other hand, pharmaceutical-grade castor oil has been used to remove certain toxins. Learn the “Do’s and Don’ts” of the various oils, as examples of the most popular two are: 1.) Jojoba Oil - best known for its resemblance to the oil of the sperm whale, this pale yellow is pressed from jojoba nuts or beans. It contains minerals, protein, and a wax similar to collagen; and 2.) Rose Hips and Oil - another popular oil has been shown to heal human conditions that have not responded to other therapies, including radiation burns, sun-damaged skin, chronic ulceration in paraplegics, bed sores, skin grafts, dry skin and serious scars over 20 years old. 4 CREDIT HOURS

  • AROMATHERAPHY for PETS – Unknown to most people, is that “aromatherapy” also works on pets. Discussed in this assignment is how it works and how to apply it to various kinds of pets. Three of the most popular oils discussed for pets are: 1.) Basil (called French basil, also called common basil, or holy basil). This is a tender culinary used in Eastern and Ayurvedic Medicine. It’s a colorless or pale yellow essential oil; 2.) bergamot (Lat. Citrus bergamia), a traditional Italian folk medicine, bergamot oil was often used to treat fevers and worms. This oil also has analgesic or pain-relieving, antiseptic, antispasmodic, antitoxic, gas-relieving, digestive, diuretic, deodorant, laxative, stimulant, tonic and worm killing properties; and 3.) chamomile (Lat. Matricaria chamomilla, known as German, true or annual chamomile, and Anthemis nobilis, Roman or perennial chamomile); this essential oil of annual German chamomile is thick and blue with an intense, sweet herbal fragrance. The oil of perennial Roman chamomile is clear and yellowish-green with a sweet clean fruity odor. Both are used in aromatherapy. Chamomile is an anti-inflammatory, pain-relieving, antispasmodic, gas-relieving, fever-reducing, antiseptic, wound-healing digestive aid and calming herb of the highest order. 4 CREDIT HOURS




A study that is sure to enlighten you further about what is adequate for the body and in what increment vitamins and minerals should be taken. Various vitamins and minerals as well as other non-classified substances are uniquely categorized and formatted so they may be learned by the student so that he/she understands complications, healing time periods, available forms, cautions, possible side effects, drug interactions, food and nutrient interactions, usual dosage and over-dosage.


Natural Healing I:

The student is introduced to the history of natural health therapies, which will include natural health development, key people, and writings (books) that have play a role in the development in the field of natural healing.


Natural Healing II:

This course will provide and examination of a variety of alternative health therapies such as colonics, homeopathic remedies, cancer remedies, and more that are available today. The results are also discussed.


Natural Healing III:

Discusses a wide variety of treatment options for ailments and maladies that are considered holistic or alternative. This course will consider and investigate a wide variety of treatments and chart their effectiveness. As there are several modalities of therapy available, various therapies shall be compared and analyzed.


Essential Oils & Health I:

In this course, you will cover topics such as philosophy, essential oil pharmacology, safety, diversity, cultural connection and therapeutic usage.


Essential Oils & Health II:

You will learn about the importance of secondary metabolites and multi-component compounds, and their effect on human health, as contrasted with single substances such as drugs.


Clinical Aromatherapy: I:

In this course we will learn key detailed facts concerning the usage of aromatherapy in a variety of contexts, including those in clinical settings. Other information covered will pertain to specific case studies as well as

recent research.


Clinical Aromatherapy II:

This course emphasizes how the controlled use of essential oils can enhance care and the role of the healthcare professional. You will learn the key facts and issues in clinical use of aromatherapy.


Advanced Aromatherapy V:

In this course we will discuss aromatherapy in terms of processing, history, chemical structure, terminology, descriptions and complexity. We all cover effects, such as usage and contraindications.


Application of Essential Oils:Project

Student will construct a healing plan using essential oils and supplements for: 

-Hormonal Issues

-Respiratory Issues

-Immune issues (shingles, herpes)

-Pain and Inflammation


-Cognitive Function