American Institute of Holistic Theology Review

I paid for an MS degree and a PhD degree in holistic theology from AIHT. I made the down payment for the programs in December 2009 and finished paying for them in 2011. | In 2014, I notified AIHT that I would not be completing my MS degree or starting the PhD degree. I was very disappointed in the quality of the MS program. There were numerous typos in the curriculum (tests, instructions, etc.) and the content was very thin. The school didn’t even bother to run spell check on their materials! I found the program to be a unacademic and a waste of my time. | AIHT refused to issue a refund for the PhD program. I then requested the PhD books and coursework materials. They refused to send those as well. | The AIHT ontract states I have 30 days to withdraw from an AIHT program and receive a full refund. The school told me I am not eligible to receive the PhD materials until I complete the MS program, which I won’t be doing, so I am not technically enrolled in the PhD program, and the 30 days have never started on the PhD program since the school refuses to send me the materials. | The total cost of my MS and PhD program was $6,990, with the PhD program accounting for 52% of that cost or $3,634.80.


Name: American Institute of Holistic Theology

Country: United States

State: Alabama

City: Birmingham

Address: 2112 11th Avenue South Suite 520

Phone: 1-800-650-4325


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