Accredited Naturopathic School
Do you want to broaden your knowledge or skill set in natural remedies and naturopathic medicine, but not interested in committing to an entire school or university program? Would you like to see if career in natural health at an accredited school is right for you? No problem! Register for a weekend courses at the Naturopathic Institute of Therapies & Education for only $350. Each student receives a world class natural health education, a course manual and certificate of attendance at the end of the weekend upon completion of a written or practical exam. Please note that Naturopathic Institute of Therapies & Education textbooks and supplies are not included in this price. We offer students the chance to get their feet wet and see the benefits of natural medicine and natural health through the holistic approach of naturopathic medicine. Naturopathic Institute of Therapies & Education is recognized by the Michigan Department of Labor and Economic Growth, the United States Department of Veteran Affairs, and Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, and is certified through American Naturopathic Medical and the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork.
Naturopathic Schools in Michigan
Registration and payment is preferred at least 14 days prior to the class date, but required at least two days prior to the class date. Enrollment is on a first-come basis and a seat is guaranteed only after payment is received. Students may enroll over the phone by calling (989) 773-1714, using a credit card, or by completing an Individual Class Registration Form and mailing it to the Naturopathic Institute with a payment of $350. Many classes fill up early, so waiting until the last few days is not recommended.
Non-diploma students are allowed to take up to three classes per year. If the non-diploma student decides to join a program, tuition already collected (within 36 months) will be deducted from their full program tuition. If the non-diploma student completed the homework for the class, then academic credit will be recorded. If the non-diploma student did not complete the homework, then there will be a $100 retake fee assessed, and the student will need to retake the class. Once you are registered for a class, refunds will not be given if you are unable to attend. However, if notification of your absence is received two weeks prior to the class’ start date, your payment will be held and applied toward a future class of your choice.