Sorry the reply is after the deadline. I only joined last week. So not sure why the question came up for me. Will answer anyway, hopefully you still need the info.
Obviously, as I'm sure you can guess, I'm not affiliated with the University of Spiritual Healing and Sufism.
This question would have been better asked through their Contact page.
However, I will try my best to answer what I can.
1. I can't tell you much about the University, I'm afraid. Though, the website does look nice and I'm actually reading more into it now.
2. The link you supplied takes me to a generic information page about Spiritual Healing, with a button (FIND A SCHOOL). However, clicking the button, my location is requested.
My guess would be, you found the USHS website this way.
The learning format of Spiritual Healing is fairly standard. The only thing that might be different from various other learning centers is that there may be a substantial amount of Sufism forming part of the curriculum. If that's something you want to go for, then I wish you all the best.
If not, find a Spiritual learning center closer to your beliefs and outlooks.
3. Can't find that information, unfortunately. But, I can quote from both the link you supplied and also the University of Spiritual Healing and Sufism website.
A) Average Length of Study
Standard training as a spiritual healer can take up to two years to complete. Programs typically involve a series of weekend or week-long retreats with a space of months in between to allow for students to absorb class teachings and practice what they've learned.
B) Our academic program is uniquely structured to integrate learning and growth directly into the lives of our students without any need to move or leave work full-time. This makes our program flexible enough for most, while enhancing the learning experience for each student through seamless integration with their daily lives.
The usual format for these "courses" is mini-seminars or weekend retreats.
The seminars could be one or two days. More often than not, you need to arrange your own accommodation (sometimes, the learning center has special deals you can take advantage of).
For the weekend (and longer) retreats, the learning center hires a venue, usually a resort or hotel of some sort. In that case, accommodation is usually included, but not guaranteed.
You do have to remember that the reason for the low course fees is because you are expected to carry all extra costs. Kinda similar to College....and University....*sigh*
Anyway, wishing you all the best. Hope you find a good Spiritual Healing teacher.