The Masters in Herbology consists of fourteen modules and eight hours of practical sessions, each of which deals with the recognition, preparation and application of the leaves, roots, stems, flowers and fruits of different plants for the relief and prevention of the various diseases that afflict the human being.
This program offers an in-depth study in the use of plants to both prevent and cure diseases. It will analyze their therapeutic properties, historical use, nutritional qualities and also how they can be cultivated. It will focus on the recognition, preparation and application of the leaves, roots, stems, flowers and fruits found in nature’s wide variety of healing plants obtained both locally or foreign grown. At the end of the course the students are required to hold an individual presentation and exposition of twelve medicinal plants of their choice.
|Masters in Herbology|
|Partial Payment Plan|
|SBS||108||ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY|
|SHN||290||HEALTH AND NUTRITION|
|SPE||400||PRESENTATION AND EXPOSITION|
The student will receive the guidelines for the final presentation and exposition upon enrollment.