Associate of Occupational Studies in Sound
Healing and Therapy
AT THE INSTITUTE

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COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

“If I were not a physicist, I would probably be a musician. I often think in music. I live my daydreams in music. I see my life in terms of music.” Albert Einstein (1879-1955)

Photograph of a Water Droplet being Vibrated by Sound

UPCOMING EVENTS AND CLASSES

Vibration, Healing and Consciousness – 7 week Course with David Gibson

7 Week Course on Vibration, Healing & Consciousness with Shift Network: How Frequencies, Sounds, Music & Intention Transform Your Body, Emotions & Brainwaves:
Begins December 4th
https://shiftnetwork.isrefer.com/go/ndDG/a20027/
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Free Sound Healing Workshop and Open House

Sunday December 8th 1-6PM
How Sound affects us Physically, Mentally, Emotionally and Spiritually
with many heart opening meditations with sound.
Come for all or part.    (Call for a tour anytime)
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Sound Healing and Therapy Certificate

AT THE INSTITUTE
Next Semester begins January 21st
Pay in full by December 6th and save $400
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ONLINE – Next start time is December 3rd or Jan 7th
Pay in full by December 6th and save $300
Ongoing Enrollment starts about every two weeks
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Associate of Occupational Studies in Sound Healing and Therapy

The Certificate Program is the 1st Semester of the Degree Program
AT THE INSTITUTE – Next Semester begins January 21st
Pay in full by December 6th and save $1500
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ONLINE – Next start time is December 3rd or Jan 7th (ongoing enrollment)
Pay in full by December 6th and save $1000
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Recording Arts and Technology Certificate

AT THE INSTITUTE – Next Semester begins in January 22nd
Pay in full by December 6th and save $700
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ONLINE – Next Semester begins in February
Pay in full by December 6th and save $500
One day per week.
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Root/Soul Frequency Assessment

Find your home note where you are At Peace and get a CD in its key.
Proven to be helpful for your immune system and all organs.
Good for a wide range of issues.
Online or at the Institute
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VAH – Voice Analysis Harmony Software

Find missing frequencies in your voice that correspond to different physical and emotional issues.
Assessment and Song Remedies $65.
Full Software $888.  Next training is January 11th. Purchase by January 4th to join.
More info at www.VoiceAnalysisHarmony.com

UPCOMING SOUND MEETUPS

• Holding Frequency in the midst of Challenges and Conflicts – Tues November 26th  6:30-9:30 PM $40
• Gong Experience and Sound Bath with Mike Tamburo – Friday December 13th 7:30-9:30 PM – $25 in advance
• Sunday Morning Sound Services with Gerard – with Sound Bath – Sun December 15th  10AM-12PM – By Donation
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This degree program is designed to help you obtain the knowledge and skills to work in the field as a Sound Healer, Sound Therapist or Sound Bath performer. It is designed to learn how to help others as an occupation.

Adding on to the knowledge and skills learned in the Certificate program, it is designed to help you become a Master in the use of Sound in session. You learn about different frameworks of consciousness and how to utilize this information in a session. Students will learn how to perform research projects on sound healing techniques. The classes help students learn conceptual and experiential maps for balancing use of reason and intuition when working in a healing session.

Associate of Occupational Studies in Sound Healing and Therapy degree program – 60 Credits (1011 Hours)

STUDENT OUTCOMES

Skills
Students will be qualified to:
• Work as a Sound Healer or Practitioner in the field.
• Assess a person to see what type of sound treatment they might need.
• Design a sound healing session for yourself and for others based on an assessment and desired outcomes.
• Perform a sound healing session on a person based on the issues the person is experiencing.
• Perform a sound healing session for a group of people.
• Perform workshops on Sound Healing.
• Perform research projects.
• Students will also obtain the following Learning Objectives.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Understand how frequencies, tonalities, music and intention work within the body to create health.
  • Learn how to raise your own consciousness in order to become a better sound healer, by uncovering and transforming hidden beliefs.
  • Understand how sound affects us physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually, in order to create more effective treatments for yourself and others.
  • Comprehend music theory as a way to understand how the body, nature and the universe works, in order to utilize this knowledge in sound healing treatments.
  • Learn how to devise and conduct a healing session on others, with voice and sound healing instruments.
  • Acquire the ability to use a wide range of techniques including sound, color and geometry to bring someone into a relaxed state of being.
  • Gain a wider understanding of the capabilities of all the Sound Healing instruments.
  • Understand the use of the human voice in various healing practices, including a history of singing and self expression as used in ritual by many spiritual traditions and cultures.
  • Explore a diverse range of frameworks and modalities of consciousness and sound healing.
  • Understand the relationships between all aspects of vibration (including sound, color, light, geometry and the quantum world) — to become more connected to Nature and Source and be able to practice sound healing in alignment with Source.
  • Develop the ability to market your sound healing practice successfully.
  • Develop a deeper understanding of how vibration is the basis for everything in the Universe, and learn how to work with the laws of physics that govern vibration to create a positive change within a person and the world.
  • Understand the inherent structure of sound, tonalities, music and intention in relation to states of optimum health and processes of healing physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.
  • Acquire the ability to use sound, tonalities, music and intention for health and healing physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.
  • Gain the understanding and practical techniques to use sound, tonalities, music and intention to access higher states of consciousness consistently.
  • Gain the understanding and practical techniques to use other vibrational modalities such as geometry and color, to catalyze health, sound healing and to access higher states of consciousness.
  • Understand how sound, music and rhythm affect the brain and how to use this information to create consistent brainwave activity and full-brain synchronization.
  • Understand the importance of holding a consistent intention and gain the ability to do so.
  • Acquire the ability to perform a sound healing session with the voice.
  • Gain the ability to perform a sound healing session with tuning forks.
  • Learn how to develop intake questions, treatment plans and homework assignments for potential clients.
  • Become proficient in the use of basic computer programs to advance a career in Sound Healing and Therapy.
  • Develop skills to be able to search for and obtain work in the field.
  • Acquire the ability to create a physical space that is conducive to sound healing treatments.
  • Increase awareness about the effects of the physical environment on human behavior, attitude and sense of place.
  • Develop an understanding of how sound can be used to help address a wide range of psychological issues and learn how to create safe and effective treatments for each.
  • Understand the anatomy and physiology of resilience, stress and trauma and how these principles apply to health and disease states.
  • Deepen the understanding of the relationship of musical components and techniques to subjective mental, emotional, and spiritual experiences.
  • Gain an understanding of the different types of research projects and how to conduct such research projects.
  • Understand how trauma lives in the body and how sound and singing can be used to heal trauma, both individually and collectively.

COMPLETION REQUIREMENTS

To get the Degree you must complete 60 Credits (1011 Hours). You must also complete each course with a “C” average. Attendance must be at 90% or better and no outstanding fees. You must also purchase 2 tuning forks ($60 each). There is a final exam at the end for each course. You must also complete a 85 hour Externship.

Classes at the Institute start 3 times per year (January, June and September) and take 1.25 years to complete. You must complete within 2 years. 

ASSOCIATES DEGREE PROGRAM SCHEDULES

Classes start every September, January, and June.
The schedule requires three nights per week with some weekends.
Weeknight classes are 6:30-9:30 PM.  Weekends are 10-1 and 2:30-5:30PM.

The Certificate program is the first semester of the Degree program.
CLICK HERE to see the Certificate Program for start times.

SIZE
Classes are limited to 25 people, so classes are small enough to address specific questions and concerns of each student.

1st SEMESTER
Same as
Sound Healing and Therapy Certificate Program
COURSES Hrs Credits
SH100 Sound Healing and Therapy Overview 63 4
SH110 Inner Awareness & Transformation 33 2
SH120 Inner Music 15 1
SH130 Toning, Chant and Mantra 45 3
SH140 Sound, Consciousness and Spirituality 30 2
TOTAL 186 12
2nd SEMESTER
COURSES Hrs Credits
SH200 Inter. Sound Healing & Therapy Overview 1 30 2
SH210 Interm. Inner Awareness Transformation 1 15 1
SH220 Intermediate Inner Music 1 15 1
SH230 Interm. Toning, Chant and Mantra 1 30 2
SH240 Interm. Sound, Consciousness & Spirituality 1 30 2
SH250 Natural Sound Healing Instruments 30 2
SH260 Client Evaluation and Therapeutic Process 15 1
SH290 Sound Healing Research Projects 30 2
MA101 Geometry 101 (General Education) 15 1
NS101 Physics of Sound 101 (General Education) 15 1
HU101A History of Music 101 (General Education) 15 1
TOTAL 240 16
3rd SEMESTER
COURSES Hrs Credits
SH300 Inter. Sound Healing & Therapy Overview 2 30 2
SH310 Interm. Inner Awareness Transformation 2 15 1
SH320 Intermediate Inner Music 2 15 1
SH330 Interm. Toning, Chant and Mantra 2 30 2
SH340 Interm. Sound, Consciousness & Spirituality 2 15 1
SH350 Interm. Natural Sound Healing Instruments 15 1
SH399 Guest Lecturers 45 1
HU101A History of Music 101 (General Education) 15 1
HU102A English Composition 101 (General Education) 24 1.6
BS101A Sociology 101 (General Education) 24 1.6
NS102A Anatomy and Physiology 101(General Ed) 15 1
MA102 Statistics 101 (General Education) 15 1
 TOTAL 258 17.2
4th SEMESTER
COURSES Hrs Credits
SH400 Advanced Sound Healing & Therapy Overview 1 30 2
SH430 Advanced Toning, Chant and Mantra 30 2
SH490 Computers, Software and Career Development 45 1
SH499 Guest Lecturers 50 3
SH500 Externship 85 1
HU101C History of Music 101 (General Education) 15 1
HU102B English Composition 101 (General Education) 21 1.4
BS101B Sociology 101 (General Education) 21 1.4
NS102B Anatomy and Physiology 101 (General Ed) 15 1
MA103 Business Math 101 (General Education) 15 1
TOTAL 327 14.8

Associate of Occupational Studies in Sound Healing and Therapy Program
Course Descriptions

First Semester
Same as the Certificate Program
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Second Semester

SH 200
30 Hrs
2 Credits

Intermediate Sound Healing and Therapy Overview 1

SH200A
24 hours

Intermediate Sound Healing and Therapy Overview 1
8 Classes

This class continues exploring the full perspective of everything going on in the field of Sound Healing and Sound Therapy. Students are introduced to how to do sessions in the Sound Therapy Center on clients that we bring in for healing sessions. Students also learn about more frameworks for the explanation of consciousness, and how sound, music and energy can be used within those systems for healing and expansion of consciousness and awareness including the Ancient Wisdom teachings of Alice Bailey and various archetypal frequencies of the universe. Students develop ideal treatment plans for people with various types of emotional and physical issues including depression, fear and anxiety.

Instructor: David Gibson

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SH200B
6 hours

Intermediate Sound Healing Marketing
2 Classes

This class provides students with the necessary business skills to successfully run or expand your sound healing practice. It also provides tools for overcoming emotional blocks with having a successful business. In addition, the course helps students learn how to incorporate guided imagery in a sound healing practice.

Instructor: Susanne Runion

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SH210
15 Hrs
1Credit

Intermediate Inner Awareness and Transformation 1

SH210A
15 Hours

Inner Awareness 1
5 Classes

The class continues with the use of sound as a personal tool for your own creative development. We go further into exploring your sound landscape and consciousness with the voice and other sound healing instruments. Class includes work on the pineal gland and our shadow and sub personalities. We also practice distance healing on others — projecting our intentions. We also do sound work at the cellular level.

Instructor: Silvina Vergara
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SH220
15 Hrs
1 Credit

Intermediate Inner Music Theory 1

SH220
15
Hours

Intermediate Inner Music 1
5 Classes

Learn the structure of music from a holonic perspective that covers the full perspective of vibration from atoms to music. Apply the holonic structure perspective to familiar and unfamiliar pieces of music. Increase listening (discerning) abilities of musical components. Explore song form concepts. Begin developing simple musical experiences (pieces, songs, or activities) from a holonic perspective.

Instructors: Lis Addison, Ryan Moore

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SH230
30 hrs
2 Credits

Intermediate Toning, Chant and Mantra 1

SH230
30 Hours

intermediate Toning, Chanting and Mantra 1
10 Classes

The objective of this class is to further the education of the students, giving more usable sound techniques that they can take out into their own practices. In this second semester, we start learning about the sound work of Joseph Rael, a Ute Tiwa Indian. We start learning about “The Tao” and techniques from the Chinese system of sound work. We also learn how the ancient chants of India correspond with the sacred geometry forms called Yantras. The students are expected to practice some of the techniques that we learn from each class.

Instructors: Janis Arch, Suzanne SterlingLakshmi Davi

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SH240
30 Hrs
2 Credits

Intermediate Sound, Consciousness, and Spirituality 1

SH240A
15 Hours

Intermediate Resonant Connections:
Sound, Light, Color, Geometry, Chemistry, Physics, and Consciousness
5 Classes

This class continues with the exploration of the connections between sound and healing from an esoteric perspective with an eye toward the current scientific research being conducted in this field. We continue exploring the understanding of the interconnectedness of the multidimensional levels of sound, vibration, music, color, light and consciousness.

Instructor: Randy Masters
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SH240B
15 Hours

Kaballah, Sound, Healing and Consciousness
5 Classes

Steven Fisdel is one the top scholars in the world on the Kaballah and the Tree of Life. Steven takes the students through the incredible width and depth of the ancient teachings of the Kaballah in relation to the structure of consciousness, and how sound and color enliven each of the components of the Tree of Life. He also explains the relationships of all the “Sefirot” of the Tree of Life in terms of musical flow and as a way of understanding how healing happens.

Instructor: Steven Fisdel
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SH250
30 Hrs
2 Credits

Natural Sound Healing Instruments

SH250A
15 Hours

Intermediate Tuning Forks
5 Classes

Gain a full perspective on how to use tuning forks on and around the body for healing and consciousness expansion purposes. The class will study the different systems and techniques from the leaders in the field: Randy Masters and Hans Cousto. We will discuss how to use tuning forks on the etheric body for “field clearing,” and on the physical body for spiritually proactive work. We will demonstrate all the different types of sets and students will get to practice with the wide array of tuning forks from our store.

Instructor: Randy Masters

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SH250B
15 Hours

Acupuncture for Tuning Forks
5 Classes

This course provides a basic introduction into to the vast 3000+ year old medical system of Chinese Medicine, including an overview of the theory of Chinese Medicine. The objective of the course is to give students an understanding of the functions, locations and pathways of the 12 regular meridians and the 8 extraordinary meridians. All of the points that have been picked for study can be stimulated with tuning forks, vibration or simple acupressure techniques. If used properly they can enhance your treatments, target particular health issues or aid in helping the body to remain in balance.

Instructor: Deb Follingstad
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SH260
15 Hrs
1 Credit

Client Evaluation and Therapeutic Process

SH260
15 Hours

Client Evaluation and Therapeutic Process
5 Classes

This course is about how to evaluate a client in a sound healing session. The class covers different frameworks for understanding the state of a client – physically, mentally and emotionally. The class prepares you for the real world, and the real business of conducting therapeutic sessions. This course will help you take all you have learned and pack it into a treatment session that you can deliver to a client. An effective treatment for a client requires more than information or skills. It requires an organized approach to understand the client’s needs, to deliver a therapeutic treatment, and to assess if the treatment supported the client over time. The course covers practitioner preparation skills, client intake, and forms of evaluation.

Instructor: Daniel Lappin

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SH290
30 Hrs
2 Credit

Sound Healing Research Projects

SH290
30 Hours

Sound Healing Research Projects
10 Classes 

This course deals with the conceptual and practical challenges involved with the collection, management and exploration of data for quantitative and qualitative analysis. Students will then use the research techniques to design and implement a research project of their own choice. The class is introduced to various types of research and each student embarks on creating a research project to prove the effectiveness of sound, music, energy, light, color and geometry. Each student then does the research project, collates the information, puts it into standard research data form, and presents it to the class.

Instructor: David Gibson
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MA101
15 Hrs
1 Credit

Geometry 101 (Math General Education)

MA101
15 Hours

Geometry 101
5 Classes

Pythagoras defined geometry as the study of the relationships between objects in space. Math gives a way to precisely describe those relationships. In this course, students will learn the mathematical ratios that define the geometrical relationships found in all aspects of the material world.

Instructor: Richard Feather Anderson

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NS101
15 Hrs
1 Credit

Physics of Sound 101 (Natural Science General Education)

NS101
15
Hours

Physics of Sound 101
5 Classes

A study of the physical properties and processes related to the production of sound. Introduction to the physical properties of pitch, frequency, periodicity, loudness, envelope and timbre. The physics of motion, vibration, waves and sound including the mathematical and psychoacoustic basis of sound. The structure and function of the human ear and how it detects and processes sounds. How the different types of musical instruments produce the sounds that they do and the similarities and differences among them. Aspects of room acoustics, including loudness, reflection and absorption. The mechanism that creates various sounds in the human voice.

Instructor: David Gibson

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HU101
45 Hrs
3 Credits
Over 3
Semesters

History of Music 101 (Humanities General Education)

HU101A
15 Hours

History of Music 101
5 Classes

The course will include the study of both sacred and secular music in all genres, stressing the origin and evolution of musical forms and musical styles and the important composers from each of the time periods from Antiquity and the Middle Ages, through the Renaissance and the Baroque periods to present day. Students will experience the music that led to the Classical, Romantic, and Modern eras. The course will place a strong emphasis on listening to and identifying various styles of music. The students’ critical perceptions and articulate responses to readings, and especially to music, will be eagerly sought.

Instructor: Randy Masters

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240 Hours
16 Credits
$3000

Total Second Semester

Third Semester

SH 300
30 Hrs
2 Credits

Intermediate Sound Healing and Therapy Overview 2

SH300
30 hours

Intermediate Sound Healing and Therapy Overview 2
10 Classes

This course continues exploring the full perspective of everything going on of the field of Sound Healing and Sound Therapy. Students learn about more frameworks for the explanation of consciousness, and how sound, music and energy can be used within those systems for healing and expansion of consciousness and awareness. We explore Native American traditions, and have students research information of various consciousness frameworks. Students develop ideal treatment plans for people with various types of emotional and physical issues including anger and grief.

Instructor: David Gibson

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SH310
15 Hrs
1 Credit

Intermediate Inner Awareness and Transformation 2

SH310
15 Hours

Inner Awareness 2
5 Classes

The class continues with the use of sound as a personal tool for your own creative development. We go further into exploring your sound landscape and consciousness with the voice and other sound healing instruments. With sound we explore past life regression, pineal gland, shadow and sub personalities, body systems, Siddhi power centers, cranial sacral work, tantric breathing, and mudras (hand movements).

Instructor: Silvina Vergara
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SH320
15 Hrs
1 Credit

Intermediate Inner Music Theory 2

SH320
15 Hours

Intermediate Inner Music 2
5 Classes

This class provides for the continuation of developing awareness in regards to components of music, and our subjective (and shared) experiences of these components’ qualities. Students learn from various class time interactivities, exercises, and sharing of individual projects. We also explore the intersection of music theory and wellness.

Instructors: Lis Addison, Ryan Moore

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SH330
30 hrs
2 Credit

Intermediate Toning, Chant and Mantra 2

SH330
30 Hours

Intermediate Toning, Chanting and Mantra 2
10 Classes

This class gives students usable sound techniques that they can take out into their own practices. In this third semester, we are going deeper into the essence of sound by studying the Sanskrit alphabet and studying phonons, phonemes and the importance of grammar to a spiritual practice. We also are looking into the ancient mystery schools’ maps of consciousness. The students are expected to practice some of the techniques that we learn from each class. There is interaction with them to share their experiences of these practices.

Instructors: Janis Arch, Suzanne SterlingLakshmi DaviAnne Hege

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SH340
15 Hrs
2 Credits

Intermediate Sound, Consciousness, and Spirituality 2

SH340
15 Hours

Intermediate Resonant Connections:
Application of Symbolic Geometry and Feng Shui for Sound Healers
5 Classes

Students use feng shui to create sound healing treatment rooms that best support the desired changes in consciousness. Richard will share his translation of the often-enigmatic feng shui rules into a set of common-sense principles of good design, based on the laws of Nature. Students will understand how to optimize the flow of life energy into and through any space to make clients most receptive to treatments. In the second section of the course students will explore cosmological mandala images. Understand how these mandalas reveal the cosmic realities and archetypal forces of creation that lie behind the material world. Learn about the symbolic meaning of the patterns, shapes and colors used in sacred art.

Instructor: Richard Feather Anderson

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SH350
15 Hrs
1 Credit

Intermediate Natural Sound Healing Instruments

SH350
15 Hours

Intermediate Acupuncture for Tuning Forks
5 Classes

It is said that good and proper assessment is the mark of a good practitioner, regardless of the medical discipline practiced. This courses objective is to teach simple Chinese Medicine diagnostic techniques so that a proper treatment plan can be put together for a patient, using the meridians and acu-points learned in the beginning class, incorporating not only acupressure, but also medical qi gong and any sound therapy techniques learned. Upon completion students will be able to assess and put together a treatment plan and execute a full treatment.

Instructor: Deb Follingstad

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SH399
45 Hrs
3 Credit

Guest Lecturers

SH399
45 Hours

Guest Lecturers
15 Classes

This class exposes students to a variety of conceptual frameworks, sound healing techniques, and unique personalities. A wide range of lecturers will join us. In the past we have had Judy Cole, Kelly Elliott, Vicki Dodd, Dr. Jeffrey Thompson, Don Estes, Dr. Fred Bell, Jill Purce, Manfred Clynes, and William A. Mathieu to name a few. This class sometimes includes presentations from our annual Sound Healing Conference.

Instructor: David Gibson
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HU102
45 Hrs
3 Credits
Over 2
Semesters

English Composition 101 (Humanities General Education)

HU102A
24 Hours

English Composition 101
8 Classes

This course is a general introduction to the principles of writing with emphasis on writing process, thesis, context, purpose and audience. It prepares students to produce clear, well-developed, well-organized, grammatically correct writing. Students will receive guided practice in drafting, revising, and editing. Students will develop the skills needed to interpret and analyze published texts. In addition to readings assigned in class, students will respond to texts they locate themselves through research and write at least one essay.

Instructor: David Gibson

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MA102
15 Hrs
1 Credit

Statistics 101 (Math General Education)

MA102
15 Hours

Statistics 101
5 Classes

This course is an introduction to basic concepts of statistical analysis including organization and display of data. We focus on analysis of data as the mean or average, dispersion, and asymmetry. The relationship of probability to statistics is also discussed, providing students with the tools they need to understand how “chance” plays a role in statistical analysis.

Instructor: Daniel Lappin

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HU101
45 Hrs
3 Credits
Over 3
Semesters

History of Music 101 (Humanities General Education)

HU101B
15
Hours

History of Music 101 (Continued)
5 Classes

The course will include the study of both sacred and secular music in all genres, stressing the origin and evolution of musical forms and musical styles and the important composers from each of the time periods from Antiquity and the Middle Ages, through the Renaissance and the Baroque periods to present day. Students will experience the music that led to the Classical, Romantic, and Modern eras. The course will place a strong emphasis on listening to and identifying various styles of music. The students’ critical perceptions and articulate responses to readings, and especially to music, will be eagerly sought.

Instructor: Randy Masters

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BS101
45 Hours
3 Credits
Over 2
Semesters

Sociology 101 (Behavioral Sciences General Education)

BS101A
24 Hours

Sociology 101
8 Classes

This class will help students critically analyze the world from a sociological perspective. The major theories and methodologies used by sociologists to understand the social world will be examined and applied. Introduction to the sociological perspective, theory, research, methods of analysis, contemporary issues in historical and cross-cultural contexts. Covers social and cultural aspects of the emergence, maintenance, modification, and adjustment of human groups, deviance, inequality, family, gender, social change, and collective behavior.

Instructor: Daniel Lappin

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NS102
30 Hrs
2 Credit
Over 2

Semesters

Anatomy and Physiology 101 (Natural Science General Education)

NS102A
15 Hours

Anatomy and Physiology 101
5 Classes

This class teaches anatomy and physiology. The primary focus is on traditional Western Medical Science. One of the ten classes teaches distinct principles of anatomy and physiology from Integrated Health disciplines that are sanctioned by the United States Department of Education, specifically Naturopathy and Oriental Medicine. The class is also an introduction to basic concepts of biology and biochemistry (cell theory, cell structure, cell metabolism, and cell reproduction), detailed study of the gross anatomy, and physiology of each body system within the human organism. Emphasis is placed on homeostatic mechanisms as they relate to health and disease.

Instructor: Daniel Lappin

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258 Hrs
17.2 Credits
$3000

Total Third Semester

Fourth Semester

SH 400
30 Hrs
2 Credits

Advanced Sound Healing and Therapy Overview

SH400
30 hours

Advanced Sound Healing and Therapy Overview
10 Classes

This course continues exploring the full perspective of everything going on in the field of Sound Healing and Sound Therapy.
Students learn about even more frameworks for the explanation of consciousness, and how sound, music and energy can be used within those systems for healing and expansion of consciousness and awareness including childhood development. Students explore creating a curriculum outline for teaching children and adults sound healing. Students develop ideal treatment plans for people with various types of emotional and physical issues including autism, ADD/ADHD, schizophrenia, cancer, Parkinson’s and PTSD.

Instructor: David Gibson

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SH430
30 hrs
2 Credits

Advanced Toning, Chant and Mantra

SH430
30 Hours

Advanced Toning, Chanting and Mantra
10 Classes

We continue with the objective of this class to give the students usable sound techniques that they can take out into their own practices. In this fourth semester, we work with different scents and essential oils synchronized with the chants. We also explore more Native American traditions and chants. We also study the practices of Kundalini Yoga with sound. The students are expected to practice some of the techniques that we learn from each class. There is interaction with students to share their experiences of these practices.

Instructors: Janis Arch, Suzanne SterlingLakshmi DaviAnne Hege

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SH490
15 Hrs
2 Credits

Computers, Software and Career Development

SH490
45 Hours

Computers, Software and Career Development
15 Classes

This class will provide you with the knowledge and skills to be able to use basic computer programs such as Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, Computer Basics and Troubleshooting, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Final Cut Pro Web design programs – in order to create marketing materials for your career, and to manage your finances and creative endeavors. The class covers how to create resumes, marketing flyers, websites and videos. The class also covers interviewing skills for obtaining a job.

Instructor: David Gibson

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SH499
45 Hrs
3 Credit

Guest Lecturers

SH399
50
Hours

Guest Lecturers
17 Classes

This class exposes students to a variety of conceptual frameworks, sound healing techniques, and unique personalities. A wide range of lecturers will join us. In the past we have had Judy Cole, Kelly Elliott, Vicki Dodd, Dr. Jeffrey Thompson, Don Estes, Dr. Fred Bell, Jill Purce, Manfred Clynes, and William A. Mathieu to name a few. Students are required to write a paragraph on what they learned from each class. This class sometimes includes the presentations at our annual Sound Healing Conference.

Instructor: David Gibson

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SH500
45 Hrs
1 Credit

Externship

SH500
85 Hours

Externship
To be scheduled by Student

Real world experience in a facility assisting doing Sound Healing or Therapy. Practice various sound healing techniques in a real world business. Learn how a sound healing practice fits in or might fit into a therapeutic practice. Develop contacts in the field. Possibly obtain a job in the facility.

Instructor: David Gibson

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HU102
45 Hours
3 Credits
Over 2
Semesters

English Composition 101 (Humanities General Education)

HU102B
21 Hours

English Composition 101 (continued)
7 Classes

This course is a general introduction to the principles of writing with emphasis on writing process, thesis, context, purpose and audience. It prepares students to produce clear, well-developed, well-organized, grammatically correct writing. Students will receive guided practice in drafting, revising, and editing. Students will develop the skills needed to interpret and analyze published texts. In addition to readings assigned in class, students will respond to texts they locate themselves through research and write at least one essay.

Instructor: David Gibson

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MA103
15 Hrs
1 Credit

Business Math 101 (Math General Education)

MA103
15 Hours

Business Math 101
5 Classes

This course takes students through an overview of the wonderful world of business mathematics. This course deals with the application of elementary mathematics to various areas of business and retail mathematics. Basic mathematics is applied to the problems of business. Topics studied include application of percentage, budgets, cash and trade discounts, markup, interest calculations, and business graphs.

Instructor: Daniel Lappin

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HU101
45 Hrs
3 Credits
Over 3
Semesters

History of Music 101 (Humanities General Education)

HU101C
15 Hours

History of Music 101 (Continued)
5 Classes

The course includes the study of both sacred and secular music in all genres, stressing the origin and evolution of musical forms and musical styles and the important composers from each of the time periods from Antiquity and the Middle Ages, through the Renaissance and the Baroque periods to present day. Students will experience the music that led to the Classical, Romantic, and Modern eras. The course will place a strong emphasis on listening to and identifying various styles of music. The students’ critical perceptions and articulate responses to readings, and especially to music, will be eagerly sought.

Instructor: Randy Masters
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BS101
45 Hrs
3 Credits
Over 2
Semesters

Sociology 101 (Behavioral Sciences General Education)

BS101B
21 Hours

Sociology 101 (Continued)
7 Classes

This class will help students critically analyze the world from a sociological perspective. The major theories and methodologies used by sociologists to understand the social world will be examined and applied. Introduction to the sociological perspective, theory, research, methods of analysis, contemporary issues in historical and cross-cultural contexts. Covers social and cultural aspects of the emergence, maintenance, modification, and adjustment of human groups, deviance, inequality, family, gender, social change, and collective behavior.

Instructor: Daniel Lappin
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NS102
30 Hrs
2 Credits
Over 2
Semesters

Anatomy and Physiology 101 (Natural Science General Education)

NS102B
15 Hours

Anatomy and Physiology 101 (Continued)
5 Classes

This class teaches anatomy and physiology. The primary focus is on traditional Western Medical Science. One of the ten classes teaches distinct principles of anatomy and physiology from Integrated Health disciplines that are sanctioned by the United States Department of Education, specifically Naturopathy and Oriental Medicine. The class is also an introduction to basic concepts of biology and biochemistry (cell theory, cell structure, cell metabolism, and cell reproduction), detailed study of the gross anatomy, and physiology of each body system within the human organism. Emphasis is placed on homeostatic mechanisms as they relate to health and disease.

Instructor: Daniel Lappin
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327 Hrs
14.8 Credits
$3000

Total Fourth Semester

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