The school accepts students from all walks of life.
HSI does not discriminate on the basis of race, age, gender, sexual orientation, political or religious beliefs, handicap, marital status, national origin or ancestry in its educational programs and activities, admission policies, and employment practices.
Applications are accepted throughout the year for all programs.
All courses require:
- Access to a computer with MS Word software
- Access to equipment capable of playing DVDs
- Access to reliable email and Internet services
- Beginning HSI 102: Access to tools for recording video.
- Competency in spoken and written English
HSI 101 – Foundations in Homeopathy and Home Care
Open to anyone interested in learning about homeopathic treatment for personal and family needs.
Open to individuals interested in developing professional level skills in Classical Homeopathy. Admission to the Practitioner Certificate courses requires the satisfactory completion of two academic years (60 semester credits/90 quarter credits) at an accredited educational institution, or the equivalent.
Advanced Clinical Studies
Advanced Clinical Studies (ACS) is open to individuals who have completed a 500-hour program in the foundations of classical homeopathy; ACS accepts:
- Student who have completed the Practitioner Certificate at HSI need to complete an application for ACS.
- Individuals who are transferring into the ACS program from other institutions need to complete an application for ACS, submit transcripts documenting completion of a 500-hour program in the foundations of classical homeopathy, submit course descriptions or course syllabi for foundational work, pass the HSI Practitioner Certificate exam, and submit a written case report for a case taken and analyzed independently by the applicant. Additional coursework may be required before being admitted to ACS.
- Note: The ACS course consists of 410 hours of clinical work and 90 hours of guided review in preparation for the CHC exam. Students transferring to ACS from other institutions may need additional casework to complete the case analysis and observation hours required by the CHC. Additional clinical work may be completed through the school. The fee for supplemental case supervision is $100 per case which includes supervision for 2 follow-ups. Each written case report is awarded 10 hours of clinic work and 2 hours is awarded for each written follow-up.
Individuals wishing to transfer from another institution that teaches classical homeopathy may be eligible to transfer to HSI. Such individuals must submit an application to HSI with transcripts from the institution(s) at which they completed their studies, submit course descriptions or syllabi for the completed work, and pass the final test for the pre-requisite HSI course for which they are applying. Once accepted, the applicant receives a test-prep packet. There is a $60 test fee.