Sample Curriculum – Bachelor of Science in Natural Health Sciences

 

Concentration in Homeopathic Medicine

The concentration in Homeopathic Medicine is a combination program that will provide the student with a Bachelor in Natural Health Sciences (B.S.) degree and a Homeopathic diploma.

The concentration in Homeopathic Medicine degree program offers a comprehensive study of Diagnostics, Philosophy, Terminology, Pharmacognosy, Materia Medica, Pathology, Cell Salts, Dietetics and Hygenics. The student will study a comprehensive introduction to the art and science of homeopathy. This course offers the knowledge and practical skill essential for resolving common ailments and injuries homeopathically. This includes history, philosophy, prescribing, potencies and the treatments for acute and chronic conditions. It also contains detailed study in the constitution and therapeutic application of the biochemical cell salts.

The advanced Homeopathic course which is a 36-tape homeopathic medicine course designed for physicians and others interested in the serious study of homeopathy is a clear, practical, and comprehensive introduction to professional care. It contains much modern, cutting-edge information on classical homeopathy. It provides the fundamentals necessary for both first aid and acute homeopathic care, as well as providing an introduction to constitutional homeopathic treatment. The course is taught by Todd Rowe, MD, MD(H), CCH, D Ht, a prominent homeopath and teacher at the respected Hahnemann College of Homeopathy, who has been in practice for more than 20 years. This 36-tape course includes an extensive 250 page syllabus, practice cases, and self-administered quizzes. Phone consultations are available for an additional fee.

The course of study includes the evolution, teaching, advancement of natural healing, dynamics of the human body, taxonomy and description of homeopathics, constituents of materia medica, and applications for Homeopaths. You will learn preventive medicine through the study of the basic principles of natural healing: cause of disease, nutrition, elimination therapies, and homeopathy for the entire system including training in the proper application of constitutional and combination remedies.
Required: 60 Credits (minimum)

The following is a recommended curriculum in Homeopathic Medicine only, as each program is independently designed with the student and the Dean. Incoming credit may apply and courses waived as a result.

Homeopathic Medicine Curriculum (60 credits minimum)

Module I – BASIC SCIENCES
SCI 320 Human Anatomy & Physiology I
SCI 317 Elemental Chemistry
SCI 401 Clinical Biochemistry

Module II – CORE COURSES
HM 305 Homeopathy I
HM 510 Homeopathy II
AY 300 Ayurveda – The Beginner
NUT 412 Cellular Nutrition/Oligo & Trace Elements

Module III – CORE COURSES
NM 303 Botanical Medicine
NM 407 Aromatherapy Studies

Module IV – CORE COURSES (Suggested)
NM 309 Detoxification and Nature Cure
NUT 460 Holistic Nutritional Counseling

Electives
NM 302 Basic Nutrition
NUT 304 Clinical Nutrition
NUT 307 Whole Nutrition
NM 307 Tissue Mineral and Hair Analysis
NM 310 Color Therapy
NUT 401 Advanced Nutrition
IR 400 Iridology I
NUT 412 Cellular Nutrition/Oligo & Trace Elements
NM 311 Gastroenterology I
NM 417 Gastroenterology II – Mayr
SCI 418 Holistic Blood Chemistry/Urine Analysis
AY 440 Ayurveda
NUT 448 Nutritional Assessment and Counseling
NM 509 Herbal Studies Course
ANM 301 Animal Natural Health I
ANM 303 Aromatherapy/Essential Oils for Animals
ANM 304 Herbology/Flower Essences for Animals
ANM 401 Animal Natural Health II
ANM 406 Healing Modalities for Animals
NM 450 Research/Case Studies

(Other courses may be substituted with prior approval of the Dean)