MS in Integrative Health Sciences

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  • College of Health Professions

Institute of Emerging Health Professions

Degree Earned

Program Length
10 courses (30 credits);
1 year full-time
Part-time available

Program Type

  • Online

Prerequisites
Bachelors or Clinical Degree | See more

Leadership

Name: Mary Gozza-Cohen, PhD
Position: Director, Academic Programs, Department of Integrative Medicine & Nutritional Sciences
Organization: Marcus Institute of Integrative Health
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Office of the Chair

Name: Andrew J. Vincent
Position: Executive Assistant to Daniel A. Monti, MD, MBA, The Ellen and Ron Caplan Professor and Chair Integrative Medicine & Nutritional Sciences
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Curriculum

Developed and instructed by industry experts, the program consists of ten 3-credit online courses for a total of 30 credits. It was developed specifically for licensed, or soon to be, healthcare professionals.

The courses are primarily delivered by faculty members of the Department of Integrative Medicine and Nutritional Sciences in collaboration with the Institute for Emerging Health Professions.

FALL COURSES
IN 500 Foundations in Integrative Nutrition
MBM 500 Foundations in Mind-Body Medicine 
IHE 600 Foundations in Integrative Health Education
SPRING COURSES
IN 510 Functional Genomics, Proteomics and Metabolomics 
MBM 510 Advances in Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction 
IHE 610  Integrative Health Education for Wellness and Clinical Conditions
SUMMER COURSES
IN 520 Advanced Concepts in Integrative Nutrition 
MBM 520 Advanced Mind-Body Practice: The Neuro Emotional Technique 
IHE 620 Integrative Health Education Practicum 
FALL, SPRING, SUMMER COURSES
IHE 700 Integrative Health Sciences Master’s Program Capstone