MASTERS IN NATUROPATHY & HOLISTIC MEDICINE


OverviewMasters in Naturopathy and Holistic Medicine

The Masters in Naturopathy and Holistic Medicine degree is ideal for graduates with an existing Bachelor’s degree who wish to continue their education to Masters and finally a Doctorate in Naturopathy and Holistic Medicine. This is an easy path from Masters to Doctorate.

The Master’s curriculum has been designed to be completed in one year before moving seamlessly into the Doctor of Naturopathy & Holistic Medicine.

The courses of the Master’s degree are different from the Bachelor’s degree and will include naturopathic clinical orthopedic and osteopathic medicine, naturopathic chiropractic, naturopathic gastroenterology, naturopathic treatments of skin diseases, naturopathic approaches to mental health, as well as a Master’s dissertation.

Each year is divided into 3 trimesters which allows you to fully assimilate the material, while working at your own pace. The degree has been accredited and is awarded by the School of Integrative and Complementary Medicine, University of America, USA.

The Masters in Naturopathy and Holistic Medicine consists of 50 US Credits, which is the equivalent of 750 clock hours – a blended learning approach consisting of online video lectures, classroom and clinical practicums in naturopathic and holistic training centers around the world. The Masters degree is a stepping-stone to the Doctoral degree, for students that already possess a Bachelors.

 

Masters Curriculum

The Masters curriculum below is for degree students taking the Masters in Naturopathy and Holistic Medicine (M.N. HM) and is designed to be completed in approximately one year, but up to 2 years are allowed.

It is divided into 3 Trimesters – with a total of 50 US Credits or 750 clock hours equivalent. Each trimester is 12 weeks.

The degree is awarded by the School of Integrative and Complementary Medicine of the University of America, USA.

The Master’s degree program is ideal for graduates that already possess a Bachelor’s degree and want to go on to complete the Doctorate, via the short stepping-stone Master’s degree.

Master’s curriculum:

FIRST YEAR
FIRST TRIMESTER
CODE TOPIC CREDITS
MNHM7009 Master’s Dissertation – 150 pages minimum 10
MNHM7001 Clinical Orthopedic & Manual
Osteopathic Medicine – Part 1 5
MNHM7011 Research Methodology &
Biostatistics – Part 2 5
Total credits for the trimester: 20 credits
SECOND TRIMESTER
CODE TOPIC CREDITS
MNHM7002 Clinical Orthopedic & Manual  Osteopathic Medicine – Part 2 5
MNHM7004 Naturopathic Treatment of Skin Diseases – Part 1 4
MNHM7006 Naturopathic Chiropractic 4
MNHM7008 Naturopathic Gastroenterology – Part 1 5
Total credit for trimester: 18 credits
THIRD TRIMESTER
CODE TOPIC CREDITS
MNHM7005 Naturopathic Treatment of Skin Diseases – Part 2 4
MNHM7010 Naturopathic Gastroenterology – Part 2 4
MNM7003 Naturopathic Approach to Mental Health 4
Total credits for trimester: 12 credits
TOTAL CREDIT FOR YEAR: 50 credits

If you are interested in applying, click the APPLY NOW button below and complete the Application Form and send it back to us. We will assess your previous experiences and revert with an Enrolment Agreement detailing the courses you would need to complete, and those that you would receive exemption for.

Accreditation

The degree courses offered by the Da Vinci Institute of Holistic Medicine have been accredited by the School of Integrative and Complementary Medicine of the University of America, a prestigious university in California, USA,

with a California and Florida Charter, Reg # 00020RAF040219CY.

The University of America is registered with the US. Department of Education/NCES and assigned the USDE federal recognition ID 475237.

All Degree certificates are awarded by the University of America.

In addition, the University of America has been granted the status of Accredited Postsecondary Institution of IABSCU, USA (International Accrediting Bureau for Schools, Colleges and Universities, USA), Reg. # 00020RAF040219CY.