Western Michigan University's undergraduate integrative holistic health and wellness minor curriculum considers the principle of "holism" within health care and across other disciplines and fields; it is structured to meet the needs of undergraduate students who are:
Majoring in a healthcare field and desire specialized study in the areas of holistic health.
Majoring in a non-healthcare field and are interested in considering the application of holistic theories to their field of study.
Majoring in any area and would like to know how to apply holistic principles to their own life.
Through a required sequence of courses, you will explore holistic concepts related to your individual health, including the interconnectedness of the body, mind and spirit. Concurrent with the study of how integrative holistic health and wellness practices impact the individual is the focus on how expression of these principles in our lives affect the broader community.
For advising or to declare a minor in holistic health, call a CHHS advisor at (269) 387-2656.