The American School of Symptometry (ASoS) will deliver high-quality, scientific facts and information to the student during the program.   Enrollees in this program will learn:

(1) How disease impacts the body.

(2) Steps you can take to prevent future disease from occurring.

(3) The difference between treating symptoms and root-cause therapeutics TM. 

(4) How to reverse the side effects of major health disruptors.

PROGRAMS OF THE BOARD-ACCREDITED AMERICAN SCHOOL OF SYMPTOMETRY UNDER 501 (c) (3) OF THE UNITED STATES FEDERAL GOVERNMENT

*All certificates, licenses and degrees are exclusive to the American School of Symptometry and may not be transferable to any other educational institution or used for ‘continuing education credits’ in any other profession or industry. Before enrollment, it remains the responsibility of the student to confirm if a receiving entity will accept the education received by the American School of Symptometry. The American School of Symptometry (ASoS) admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and other school-administered programs.*

Disease Prevention & Healthy Longevity program –leads to a certificate in disease prevention and healthy longevity (CDPH) – Eligibility: general interest in disease prevention and in healthy longevity. *Coming soon to e-learning.*

Coaching Certificate programEligibility: Associate degree in Symptometric science, Bachelor’s degree in Symptometric science or the ASoS student will have to show great promise in their studies at the school to qualify. *Coming soon to e-learning.*

Symptometry Certificate in Reproductive HealthEligibility: midwives and doulas. ASoS students who intend to broaden their specialty can also be admitted to the program. *Coming soon to e-learning.*

Two-year program leads to an Associate degree in Symptometric science – Eligibility: high school diploma or its equivalent; and the Disease Prevention & Healthy Longevity certificate from the American School of Symptometry. NO LONGER ACCEPTING ENROLLEES FOR 2017

Four-year program in three years (accelerated) leads to a Bachelor’s degree in Symptometric science (BSc) – Eligibility: high school diploma or its equivalent. Entrance examination is required or the Disease Prevention & Healthy Longevity certificate from the American School of Symptometry. A student in the BSc program and who wants to become a PLS, a licensed symptometrist and a Doctor of Symptometry (DSym) can apply for a waiver from the Academic Council after two years of study so that they can be placed in the fast track program. NO LONGER ACCEPTING ENROLLEES FOR 2017

Five-year Doctoral Program including three years of therapeutic research and application + doctoral thesis leading to DSym (Doctor of Symptometry) with full honors of research fellow – Eligibility: BSc in Symptometric science or fast track credentials from the Academic Council of the American School of Symptometry, naturopathic degree, acupuncture license and degree, chiropractor license and degree, medical degree, physician assistant’s license, homoeopathic degree or any other four-year college degree or higher. Only PLS are authorized to open a Symptometry health center and they can also be granted permission to open their health center while writing their doctoral thesis. Special permission can also be granted to shorten the doctoral student’s research time so that they can write and defend their thesis. All graduate students who do not have a degree from the American School of Symptometry are required to be in the American School of Symptometry’s BSc program or in the ASoS fast track program. NO LONGER ACCEPTING ENROLLEES FOR 2017

PRELIMINARY QUALIFICATIONS

  • Candidates for the Doctor of Symptometry program must have a Bachelor’s degree (any field).
  • Candidates for the postgraduate course in advanced symptometric counseling and therapeutics must be professionals who are ready to undergo a major paradigm shift.
  • Candidates for the general symptometrics program must have a high school diploma and years of practical experience in any field.
  • Admission to any of the above courses requires passing the College’s entrance examination.

ANTI-DISCRIMINATION POLICY

  • The American School of Symptometry (ASoS) admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school.
  • It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and other school-administered programs.

DURATION OF TRAINING

  • Doctor of symptometry – 4 years + defense of doctoral thesis
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Advanced Symptometric Counseling and Therapeutics – 2 years
  • Diploma in General Symptometrics – 1 year

ACCREDITATION

  • The Board of Symptometry and the Grand Council of Symptometric Therapeutics fully accredited American College of Symptometry.
  • Additionally, in 2012, the States of Illinois and North Carolina granted the School status as a non-profit entity.

LICENSE

  • The Board of Symptometry will issue a license to a student who successfully completes all ASoS courses and passes the licensing examination.
  • A license authorizes a symptometrist to add LSym (licensed symptometrist) to his/her name in addition to DSym, or PCS. This will facilitate the establishment of this individual’s symptometric practice. The conditions for issuing a Symptometry license are provided in writing via the ASoS Licensing Document.