Master of Science in Health Sciences in the Field of Integrative Medicine

The online master of science in health sciences (MSHS) in the field of integrative medicine (INTM) degree program provides a curriculum that represents the most progressive, scientifically rigorous, and forward thinking platform for medical wellness. Students develop a foundation and explore various intersections of INTM that contribute to patient wellness. Biostatistics and epidemiology courses provide an opportunity for students to collaborate with professionals from various disciplines, exploring philosophies and practices of translational research in human health. Through a series of practical application courses, students develop patient care plans, conduct case analyses, and evaluate practice standards to demonstrate competence of integrative medicine practice. Additional research coursework provides graduates requisite skills needed to participate in evidence-based research of clinical practice and outcomes research as part of a larger INTM network. 

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The following requirements must be fulfilled: 36 credits, including 27 credits in required courses and 9 credits in elective courses.

INTM 6101Nutrition I: Assessment, Diagnosis, and Intervention
INTM 6102Nutrition II: Life Cycle
INTM 6201Foundations in Integrative Medicine
INTM 6202Self-Care Methods for Health Care Professionals
INTM 6203Nutritional Metabolism and Environmental Exposure
INTM 6204Metabolic Networks in Integrative Medicine
INTM 6206Legal and Medical Ethics in Integrative Medicine
INTM 6207Business of Integrative Medicine and Health Care
INTM 6210Practical Application of Integrative Medicine I
INTM 6212Clinical Research in Integrative Medicine
9 credits in elective courses selected from the following:
INTM 6105Advanced Nutrition: Biochemistry
INTM 6110Food Technology and Health
INTM 6111Topics in Nutrition
INTM 6120Nutritional Immunology
INTM 6205Clinical Genomics, Proteomics, and Metabolomics
INTM 6211Practical Application of Integrative Medicine II (or)
INTM 6213Clinical Approaches in Integrative Medicine
Other elective courses may be selected in consultation with the program advisor.