Hill College approved by the National Association of Nutrition Professionals
HILLSBORO, TEXAS—The Hill College Holistic Wellness program has been approved by the National Association of Nutrition Professionals (NANP). This approval assures that students who graduate from the Holistic Wellness program meet NANP nutrition consultant educational standards, and qualify for a professional membership with NANP.
The Hill College Holistic Wellness Pathway provides a unique opportunity for students to pursue holistic wellness education within an accredited, degreed program that allows the use of federal financial aid and has the potential to lead to an associate of science degree.
Depending on the option chosen, students can obtain the education required to apply to any or all three different national/international credentialing boards: National Association of Nutrition Professionals (NANP), American Herbalist Guild (AHG) Registered Herbalist, and International Consortium for Health & Wellness Coaching (ICHWC) Wellness Coach.
Upon completion, students can have their own personal holistic wellness clinic or blog, add these certifications onto other health profession credentials or continue to a four-year university to pursue advanced degrees in the health field.
Students can take the six credit-based holistic wellness courses alone, or as part of another degree in a different field, or they can take the courses as part of a degree path to obtain an associate of science that can lead to more advanced nutrition certifications or be used to pursue additional fields of study.