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Accelerated Degree by Thesis

Accelerated Degree by Thesis

We now have an Accelerated Degree by Thesis Program for individuals who have limited time! Long-time educators and officials were the first to introduce this British concept to America over twenty-five years ago. Today, the fast pace life style of North Americans and their lack of time have created a need for this program!

The requirements for our programs equal or exceed those of regionally accredited U.S. Colleges and Universities.
 
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Master

Master of Science in Clinical Nutrition

Degree By Thesis Program

Course Title


Clinical Nutrition I
Clinical Nutrition II
Clinical Nutrition III
Mental Conditions & Nutritional Therapy
Allergies & Nutritional Management
*Microbiology I
Principles of Digestion
Glycemic Index-Glucose Control
Obesity and Its Treatment
Anatomy & Physiology I
Anatomy & Physiology II
*Inflammation and Disease Pathology
Stress Management
Detoxification
*Elective

Additional Information:
  • 4,000 words per thesis
  • 7-8 references per thesis
  • Graduates receive 45 credit hours on transcript
  • 8 weeks are allowed to complete each thesis
  • Total tuition is $2,950.00. Monthly payments are approximately $147.50 for 20 months (interest free).
  • Asterisks (*) indicate courses that may be substituted with an elective course. Elective courses are found on page 44 in the catalogue.

Master of Science in Natural Health

Degree By Thesis Program

Course Title


Allergies & Nutritional Management
Principles of Digestion
*Intro. to Iridology
Anatomy & Physiology I
Anatomy & Physiology II
Health Improvement-Herbal Lifestyles
Microbiology I
Clinical Ecology
Chemistry
Homeopathy I
Homeopathy II
*Mental Conditions & Nutritional Therapy
Naturopathic Pathology
Biology
Symptomatology & Assessment
Relaxation Techniques I
Glycemic Index—Glucose Control
*Elective

Additional Information:
  • 4,000 words per thesis
  • 7-8 References per thesis
  • Graduates receive 54 credit hours on transcript
  • 8 weeks are allowed to complete each thesis
  • Total tuition is $3,480.00. Monthly payments are approximately $139.20 for 25 months (interest free).
  • Asterisks (*) indicate courses that may be substituted with an elective course. Elective courses are found on page 44 in the catalogue.

Doctorate

Doctor of Philosophy in Natural Medicine

Degree By Thesis Program

Course Title


Alternative & Conventional Treatments I
Alternative & Conventional Treatments II
Alternative & Conventional Treatments III
*Complementary Alternative Medicine
Healing Concepts
Nutritional Modalities
Healing Fats & Killing Fats
Diabetes—The Natural Cure
Nutritional Biochemistry
Drug/Herb/Vitamin Interaction
Western Medicine I (Merck)
Western Medicine II (Merck)
*Holistic Health
Orthomolecular Medicine
Reflexology
Practicum
Microbiology
Counseling & Personalities Disorders
*Low Fat Weight Loss
The Fundamentals of Immunity
*Detoxification
Cancer
*Iridology
Phytotherapy
Pathophysiology
*Gerontology-Aging & Health
*Elective
Homeopathy
Biology
*Reflexology
 

Additional Information:
  • 5,000 words per thesis
  • 8-10 references per thesis
  • Graduates receive 80 credit hours on transcript
  • 8 weeks are allowed to complete each thesis
  • Total tuition is $5,400.00. Monthly payments are approximately $135.00 for 40 months (interest free).
  • Asterisks (*) indicate courses that may be substituted with an elective course, or may be used for a specialty certificate. Elective courses are found on page 44 in the catalogue.

Doctor of Science in Clinical Nutrition (68 Credit Hours)

Degree By Thesis Program

Course Title


Introduction to Alternative Medicine I
Introduction to Alternative Medicine II
Introduction to Alternative Medicine III
Fundamentals of Pharmacognosy & Phytotherapy I
Fundamentals of Pharmacognosy & Phytotherapy II
Staying Healthy Without Drugs
Quantum Physics (Body & Mind Medicine)
Nutrition & Blood Chemistry (Clinical Measurements)
*Nutritional Biochemistry
Therapeutic Foods
Nutrition and Holistic Healing I
Nutrition and Holistic Healing II
Nutrition and Holistic Healing III
Mental Conditions and Nutritional Therapy
Practicum (taught by Kay Larson)
*Geriatric Nutrition
The Fundamentals of Immunity
Anti-Aging Medicine
*Elective

Additional Information:
  • 5,000 words per thesis
  • 8-10 references per thesis
  • Graduates receive 68 credit hours on transcript
  • 8 weeks are allowed to complete each thesis
  • Total tuition is $4,940.00. Monthly payments are approximately $123.50 for 40 months (interest free).
  • Asterisks (*) indicate courses that may be substituted with an elective course, or may be used for a specialty certificate. Elective courses are found on page 44 in the catalogue.

Doctor of Naturopathy (68 Credit Hours)

Degree By Thesis Program

Course Title


Alternative & Conventional Treatments I
Alternative & Conventional Treatments II
Alternative & Conventional Treatments III
*Complementary Alternative Medicine
Healing Concepts
Nutritional Modalities
Healing Fats & Killing Fats
Microbiology
Drug/Herb/Vitamin Interaction
Western Medicine I
Western Medicine II
Practicum (taught by Kay Larson)
Counseling & Personalities Disorders
Detoxification
*Iridology
*Gerontology
*Homeopathy
Pathophysiology
Stress, Diet, & Your Heart
Anti-aging Medicine
*Low Fat Weight Loss
The Fundamentals of Immunity
*Elective

Additional Information:
  • 5,000 words per thesis
  • 8-10 references per thesis
  • Graduates receive 68 credit hours on transcript
  • 8 weeks are allowed to complete each thesis
  • Total tuition is $4,940.00. Monthly payments are approximately $123.50 for 40 months (interest free).
  • Asterisks (*) indicate courses that may be substituted with an elective course, or may be used for a specialty certificate. Elective courses are found on page 44 in the catalogue.

Animal

Doctor of Animal Naturopathy

Degree By Thesis Program

Course Title


Natural Health Philosophy
Biology—The Science of Life
The Pros & Cons of Vaccination
Animal Husbandry
Animal Health Terminology
Animal Health Science
Anatomy and Physiology I
Anatomy and Physiology II
Canine & Feline Nutrition
Amino Acids, Fatty Acids and Enzyme Therapy
Vitamin Therapy
Mineral and Trace Mineral Therapy
Animal Iridology (Canine/Feline)
Herbal Medicine I
Herbal Medicine II
Animal Homeopathy
Touch Therapy for Animals
Introduction to Canine/Feline Behavior
Clinical Naturopathy
Flower Essences
Essential Oils
Small Animal Clinical Studies
Parasitology (Study of Parasites in Animals)
Ethic/Law/Practicum


Additional Information:
  • 5,000 words per thesis
  • 8-10 references per thesis
  • Graduates receive 96 credit hours on transcript
  • 8 weeks are allowed to complete each thesis
  • Total tuition is $7,448.00. Monthly payments are approximately $148.96 for 50 months (interest free).
  • Asterisks (*) indicate courses that may be substituted with an elective course, or may be used for a specialty certificate. Elective courses are found on page 120 in the catalogue.

Doctor of Philosophy in Animal Behavior

Degree By Thesis Program

 

Course Title


Introduction to Animal Behavior
*Principles of Domestication
The Development of Canine Behavior
Canine Communication
The Development of Feline Behavior
The Development of Equine Behavior
Livestock I: Farm Animal Behavior
Livestock II: Livestock Handling
Livestock III: Environmental Factors Affecting Livestock Behavior
Livestock IV: Utilizing the Protective Behavior Traits of Domestic Animals
Small Animal Behavior
Wildlife Behavior Principles
Working with Zoo Animals and Running Rescue Shelters
Human Behavior, Doctor/Client Relationships
Large Animal Studies
*Biology—The Science of Life
*Animal Husbandry
Vitamin Therapy
*Anatomy & Physiology
Natural Health Philosophy
Animal Health Science
First Aid for Pets
Animal Health Terminology
Chemical Toxicity
Animal Nutrition

*Elective

Additional Information:
  • 5,000 words per thesis
  • 8-10 references per thesis
  • Graduates receive 90 credit hours on transcript
  • 8 weeks are allowed to complete each thesis Total tuition is $6,920.00. Monthly payments are approximately $138.40 for 50 months (interest free).
  • Asterisks (*) indicate courses that may be substituted with an elective course, or may be used for a specialty certificate. Elective courses are found on page 120 in the catalogue.