Our graduates can earn a SUNY awarded Certificate and 42 Continuing Education Units.
Earn a University Degree
Earn up to 40 college credits toward a Bachelor’s or a Master’s degree by graduating from our Health Coach Training Program!
The education we provide empowers you as an authority in health and wellness. You will transform the lives of friends, family and clients with the tools you need to thrive in a life you love.
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Our University Partnerships
We are affiliated with the two largest university systems in the United States – The State University of New York and California State University - as well as four
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California State University Long Beach
Our graduates can earn a California State University Long Branch awarded Certificate and 42 Continuing Education Units.
Maryland University of Integrative Health
Our graduates who hold an undergraduate degree may choose from three MUIH Graduate Degrees to enroll with advanced standing: M.A. in Health Coaching with an Area of Concentration in Nutrition, M.S. in Health Promotion with an Area of Concentration in Health Coaching or M.S. in Nutrition and Integrative Health.
Our graduates may have up to 40 credits accepted toward a Bachelor’s degree. Those who have completed an undergraduate degree are eligible to apply for Goddard’s 36 credit accelerated study program towards a M.A. in Health Arts and Sciences.
California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS)
Our graduates are eligible to receive 6 graduate credits toward a M.A. in Integrative Health Studies. The M.A. degree program includes a Certificate in Integrative Wellness Coaching and Wellness Management and a Certificate in Guided Imagery.
Our graduates may have up to 40 credits accepted toward a Bachelor’s degree. Discount pricing applies to IIN graduates for all bachelor and master degrees.
The National College Credit Recommendation Service (NCCRS)
NCCRS partners with over 1500 colleges and universities in the U.S. and Canada to establish college credits for non-traditional programs. These 1500 colleges and universities agree to accept NCRSS recommendations tailoring each recommendation for specific degree programs. Most likely HCTP completion is accepted for college credit at your local college.