The degree programme integrates wisdom traditions with scientific knowledge. Graduates will have a broad and critical knowledge and understanding of natural medicine, nutrition, and of the anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology of the body, as well as sound clinical experience and practice where they will have learned to assist and motivate people to achieve optimum health and wellness.
The degree can be completed in three years full time or up to six years part time study. The total credits for this qualification are 360.
The first two years of the programme are available by both the on-campus learning option and the on-line learning option. The third (final, clinical) year is taught on-campus only.
The requirement for full time study is 16 hours per week, plus at least an equivalent time of self directed learning.
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