January 11, 2011 | Adam Sorensen | Leave a comment Officials from Warren County Community College, which is located in New Jersey, recently announced the launch of an online nursing program, The Star-Ledger reports. The school partnered with the company ed2go to offer a new certificate in integrative health. Officials told the news source that continuing nursing students who choose to complete this track will participate in courses that integrate holistic stress management, health and the human spirit, energy healing, elements of meditation, healing environments, music therapy as well as nutrition into their previous healthcare education. Officials added that the 67-contact hour program will incorporate 12 lessons, and is designed for healthcare professionals and consumers. New sessions of each course start each month, the first of which begins January 19. The online courses incorporate comprehensive lessons, quizzes and assignments with an instructor who is on hand to answer questions, give feedback, pace the class and start discussions. According to the 2010 Sloan Survey of Online Learning, nearly 30 percent of all college and university students across the U.S. participate in at least one web-based course.