Is Clayton College An Accredited University?Clayton College of Natural Health is a non-traditionally accredited distance education college. The organizations that accredit the college are private associations that offer professional accreditation in naturopathy, holistic nutrition and other areas of natural health. As such, they are designed to meet the needs of non-traditional education and are not affiliated with any government agency. Clayton College is licensed by the Alabama Department of Postsecondary Education. For more information, visit http://www.ccnh.edu/visitors/accreditation.asp.
For those students seeking education in holistic nutrition, the PhD in Holistic Nutrition with Clayton College has been approved by the National Association of Nutrition Professionals (http://www.nanp.org). Graduates of this program qualify to become registered with the NANP and are eligible to sit for the national credentialing examination that they offer. The International Organization of Nutritional Consultants (http://www.ionc.org) in Canada lists Clayton College as an approved school. Graduates of the Masters in Holistic Nutrition and PhD in Holistic Nutrition programs qualify to apply for membership with the organization.
Among the esteemed graduates of Clayton College of Natural Health are Frankie Avalon Wolf, Ann Louise Gittleman, Jonny Bowden, and Marie Miczak. For further information on Clayton graduates, visit http://www.ccnh.edu/networking/map/US_map_index.asp.
Clayton College is educating the leaders in the field of natural health. In addition to offering programs in holistic nutrition, there are programs in herbal studies, traditional naturopathy, iridology, and natural health. Learn more about their programs by visiting their website http://www.ccnh.edu.
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