The primary focus of the Integral Health program is to provide the student with the opportunity to take either a multi-disciplinary or specialized approach to the study of the human condition and experience. The core curriculum in Integral Health provides a grounding from readings in science history, natural science, research methods, philosophy, psychology, anthropology, archeology, and religion. With this basic foundation, the student is encouraged to undertake experimental or phenomenological research into the nature and breadth of human experience.
The School of Integral Health offers two diverse areas of electives, namely, Life Physics, and Comparative Religion. Upon successfully completing the core curriculum, the student fulfills all remaining degree requirements by following a logically sequenced research emphasis curriculum in either Life Physics and/or Comparative Religion.