Course Information

 

for Naturopathic Medicine Department


Medical Histology Lab (BAS414L)

Credits:1

Basic Science Clinical Correlate II (BAS428)

Credits:1

Organ Systems A & P III (BAS432)

Credits:7

Structure and Function I (BAS5110)

Credits:13

Structure and Function Lab I (BAS5110L)

Credits:0.5

Structure and Function Tutorial I (BAS5110T)

Credits:3

Clinical Anatomy I (BAS5111)

Credits:3

Clinical Anatomy Lab I (BAS5111L)

Credits:1.5

Clinical Anatomy Tutorial I (BAS5111T)

Credits:1

Structure and Function II (BAS5120)

Credits:8

Structure and Function II Lab (BAS5120L)

Credits:0.25

Structure and Function II Tutorial (BAS5120T)

Credits:3

Clinical Anatomy II (BAS5121)

Credits:3

Clinical Anatomy II Lab (BAS5121L)

Credits:1.5

Clinical Anatomy II Tutorial (BAS5121T)

Credits:1

Structure and Function III (BAS5130)

Credits:8

Structure and Function III Lab (BAS5130L)

Credits:0.25

Structure and Function III Tutorial (BAS5130T)

Credits:3

Microbiology, Public Health, Immunology (BAS5131)

Credits:3

Microbiology, Public Health, Immunology Tutorial (BAS5131T)

Credits:2

NW Herbs I (BOT5101E)

Credits:2

ND Elective -Counts Towards Nutrition Elective Requirement- This course covers local plant identification, ethical harvesting, drying techniques and preparation of herb tinctures, oils, salves and many other therapeutic preparations. Traditional, historical and scientific uses of plants are explained. Students are encouraged to develop an appreciation for plants that is not limited to seeing them as medicinal agents. Each term includes an outdoor field trip.

NW Herbs - II (BOT5103E)

Credits:2

ND 1st year Elective

Botanical Materia Medicia I (BOT520)

Credits:3

Botanical Materia Medica II (BOT530)

Credits:2

Botanical Materia Medica III (BOT610)

Credits:3

Advanced Topics Botanical Medicine (BOT620E)

Credits:3

ND Elective - Prereq Botanical Material Medica I-III -This course builds on the required botanical material medica classes. Studies include additional and less commonly used plant medicines, and creation of botanical formulas for various disorders. Plant energetics, the most recent research on botanical medicines, as well as the spiritual and metaphysical aspects of herbs are explored in more depth.

Advanced Topics Botanical Medicine II (BOT630E)

Credits:3

Shaw Island Herb Intensive (BOT700E)

Credits:2

Ayurveda Herbs (BOT704E)

Credits:2

Herbal Garden Processing (BOT705E)

Credits:0.5

Held in Battle Ground, Washington, this outdoor course features demos including sprouting, fermenting, making cheese, making tinctures, salves, oils, creams, vinegars, canning, vacuum sealing, freezing, drying, preserving flowers, harvesting seeds, storing bumper crops, and garden crafts. Many recipes will be provided; several dozen live plants and herbs studied and worked with; all equipment and set ups will be demonstrated.

CASEE Center Herb Walk (BOT706E)

Credits:0.5

Held at the CASEE Center in Brush Prairie, Washington, the course focuses on Pacific Northwest ecosystems, plant identification and basic taxonomy. The medicinal properties of both introduced and native plants will be presented.

Effective Formulas for Top General Practice Conditions (BOT710E)

Credits:1

ND Elective -This course will consider the conditions most common to general family practice (gyn conditions, common infections, common skin complaints, diabetes and most common complications, etc.) and focus on sophisticated formulations for a variety of presentations. Students hone their formulation skills and include energetic and constitutional considerations and specific indications of niche herbs. A variety of formulation styles and practices will be addressed using dietary herbs and approaches, teas versus tinctures versus pill, topical applications and costs and practical applications.

Ethnobotany Intensive Pre-Trip (BOT740E)

Credits:0

Ethnobotany Intensive (BOT741E)

Credits:5

Business 1- Human Relations Management (BUS7320)

Credits:1

Business II - Operations Management (BUS7330)

Credits:1

Jurisprudence (BUS8400)

Credits:1

Business III Portfolio and Development (BUS8410)

Credits:1

Business IV - Business Plan Development (BUS8420)

Credits:1

Business V - Capstone (BUS8430)

Credits:1.5

Introduction to Clinic 1 (CLE430)

Credits:0.5

Clinic Orientation for Transfer Students (CLE431)

Credits:0.25

Minor Surgery Board Reveiw (CLE497)

Credits:0

Pharmacology Board Review (CLE498)

Credits:0

Basic Science Board Review (CLE499E)

Credits:0

HIPAA Trainig (CLE5000)

Credits:0

Clinic Observation I (CLE5120)

Credits:1.25

Clinic Observation II (CLE5130)

Credits:1

Intro to Community Education (CLE5131)

Credits:0.25

Clinical Rotation Hydro/Massage (CLE520)

Credits:2

Clinical Hydro Therapy Observation Rotation (CLE530)

Credits:1

Intro to Clinic (CLE6212)

Credits:0.25

Hydrotherapy Rotation (CLE6222)

Credits:2

Clinical Secondary Rotation (CLE709)

Credits:2

Clinical Lab Practicum (CLE716F)

Credits:0.5

Clinical Lab Practicum (CLE716S)

Credits:0.5

Clinical Lab Practicum (CLE716W)

Credits:0.5

Clinical Medicinary Practicum (CLE717)

Credits:1

Clinical X-Ray Practicum (CLE718)

Credits:1

Secondary Rotation (CLE7300)

Credits:2.5

OSCE I Prepartion (CLE7301E)

Credits:0.5

Clinical Secondary Rotation Transition (CLE7302)

Credits:1.5

Community Education (CLE7311)

Credits:2

Clinical Senior Lab Post (CLE810)

Credits:0.5

Clinical Primary Rotation (CLE811)

Credits:2.5

Clinical Skills Enhancement Tutoring (CLE827)

Credits:0

OSCE Skills Tutoring (CLE828)

Credits:0

Clinical Tutoring (CLE829)

Credits:0

Primary Rotation (CLE8400)

Credits:2.5

Primary Orientation (CLE8400P)

Credits:0

Case Integration Mentorship I (CLE8400T)

Credits:1.5

Preceptorship (CLE8401)

Credits:5

Case Integration Mentorship II (CLE8410T)

Credits:1.5

Grand Rounds (CLE8411)

Credits:1.5

Case Integration Mentorship III (CLE8420T)

Credits:1.5

Grand Rounds (CLE8421)

Credits:1.5

Case Integration Mentorship IV (CLE8430T)

Credits:1.5

Grand Rounds (CLE8431)

Credits:1.5

Preceptorship (CLE8432)

Credits:4

Case Portfolio (CLE8499)

Credits:0

Preceptorship (CLE850)

Credits:5

Preceptorship (CLE851)

Credits:5

Community Education (CLE930)

Credits:1

OSCE 1 Exam - Secondary Entrance (CLE931)

Credits:0

OSCE I - Secondary Entrance Exam Retake (CLE931R)

Credits:0

OSCE 2 Exam - Primary Entrance (CLE932)

Credits:0

OSCE II - Primary Entrance Exam Retake (CLE932R)

Credits:0

OSCE 3 Exam - Primary Exit (CLE933)

Credits:0

OSCE III - Primary Exit Exam Retake (CLE933R)

Credits:0

Clinic Education (CLE942A)

Credits:0.5

Grand Rounds (CLE972)

Credits:1

Grand Rounds (CLE972A)

Credits:1

Grand Rounds (CLE972B)

Credits:1

Grand Rounds (CLE972C)

Credits:1

Grand Rounds (CLE972D)

Credits:1

Grand Rounds (CLE972E)

Credits:1

Grand Rounds (CLE972F)

Credits:1

Graduation Completion (CLE999)

Credits:1

ND-CCM Integrated Clinical Rotation (CLEC8400)

Credits:2.5

Elective Transfer Course - ND (CLS400)

Credits:0

Clinical Physical Diagnosis (CLS510)

Credits:5

Physical Diagnosis Lab (CLS510L)

Credits:1

Lab Diagnosis I (CLS513)

Credits:2

Lab Diagnosis I Lab (CLS513L)

Credits:0.5

Clinical Case Presentation l (CLS514)

Credits:1

Pharmacology I (CLS516)

Credits:3

Clinical Physical Diagnosis II (CLS520)

Credits:5

Physical Diagnosis Lab II (CLS520L)

Credits:1

Pathology II (CLS522)

Credits:4

Lab Diagnosis II (CLS523)

Credits:2

Lab Diagnosis II Lab (CLS523L)

Credits:0.5

Clinical Case Presentation ll (CLS524)

Credits:1

Clinical Physical Diagnosis III (CLS530)

Credits:5

Physical Diagnosis Lab III (CLS530L)

Credits:1

Lab Diagnosis III (CLS533)

Credits:2

Lab Diagnosis III Lab (CLS533L)

Credits:0.5

Clinical Case Presentation llI (CLS534)

Credits:1

Pharmacology for Clinical Practice (CLS536E)

Credits:2

Pathology IV (CLS542)

Credits:4

Diagnostic Imaging I (CLS614)

Credits:2

Medical Genetics (CLS621)

Credits:2

Musculoskeletal, Ortho, Exercise Physiology and Rehab (CLS6210)

Credits:9

Musculoskeletal, Ortho, Exercise Physiology and Rehab Lab (CLS6210L)

Credits:3

Musculoskeletal, Ortho, Exercise Physiology and Rehab Tutorial (CLS6210T)

Credits:6

Neurology (CLS6211)

Credits:5.5

Neurology Lab (CLS6211L)

Credits:0.25

Neurology Tutorial (CLS6211T)

Credits:1.5

Cardiology & Pulmonary (CLS6220)

Credits:9

Cardiology & Pulmonary Lab (CLS6220L)

Credits:0.5

Cardilogy Simulation Lab (CLS6220S)

Credits:0

Cardiology & Pulmonary Tutorial (CLS6220T)

Credits:4

Hematology and Oncology (CLS6221)

Credits:6.5

Hematology and Oncology Lab (CLS6221L)

Credits:0.5

Hematology & Oncology Tutorial (CLS6221T)

Credits:1.5

Gastroenterology & Proctology (CLS6230)

Credits:8.5

Gastroenterology & Proctology Lab (CLS6230L)

Credits:0.25

Gastroenterology & Proctology Simulation Lab (CLS6230S)

Credits:0

Gastroenterology & Proctology Tutorial (CLS6230T)

Credits:2

Urology & Nephrology (CLS6231)

Credits:5.5

Urology & Nephrology Tutorial (CLS6231T)

Credits:3

Metabolism & Endocrinology (CLS6232)

Credits:7

Metabolism & Endocrinology Tutorial (CLS6232T)

Credits:3

Diagnostic Imaging II (CLS624)

Credits:3

Environmental Medicine (CLS631)

Credits:2

First Aid & Emergency Medicine (CLS632)

Credits:2

Diagnostic Imaging III (CLS634)

Credits:2

The Liver in Health & Disease (CLS643E)

Credits:2

This course involves an in-depth study of hepatic pathophysiology and treatments of diseases including: hepatitis C, steatohepatitis, alcoholic liver disease, liver cirrhosis, liver cancer and diabetes.

Simulation Lab (CLS656E)

Credits:1

ND Elective - Must be 3rd Year or above -Students will work with high-fidelity medical simulators at Legacy Emanuel Hospital, experiencing acute scenarios of conditions encountered in naturopathic primary care.

Sleep Health and Disorders (CLS657E)

Credits:2

ND Elective- Disorders Healthy sleep is imperative for overall good health. This course will begin with sleep and circadian physiology and normal sleep throughout the life span. Then the six primary categories of sleep disorders will be covered. Cases will be presented, with time for discussion and work-up of the differential diagnosis. Women’s sleep health and the interaction between sleep and other disorders will be included. Course will conclude with information on ways to promote healthy sleep, botanical and nutrition approaches, and common pharmaceuticals.

Pain: Pathophysiology and Management Options (CLS658E)

Credits:2

Clinic Synthesis I (CLS710)

Credits:0.5

Clinic Synthesis II (CLS711)

Credits:0.5

Clinic Synthesis III (CLS712)

Credits:0.5

Reproductive ( Andrology, Gynecology & Nat. Childbirth (CLS7310)

Credits:11

Reproductive Lab (CLS7310L)

Credits:0.5

Reproductive Tutorial (CLS7310T)

Credits:3

Rheumatology & Clinical Immunology (CLS7311)

Credits:4

Rheumatology & Clinical Immunology Tutorial (CLS7311T)

Credits:2

EENT- Ears, Eyes, Nose & Throat (CLS7320)

Credits:5

EENT Lab (CLS7320L)

Credits:0.25

EENT Tutorial (CLS7320T)

Credits:2

Dermatology & Minor Surgery (CLS7321)

Credits:7.5

Dermatology & Minor Surgery Lab (CLS7321L)

Credits:1

Dermatology & Minor Surgery Tutorial (CLS7321T)

Credits:2

Pediatrics & Geriatrics (CLS7330)

Credits:6

Pediatrics & Geriatrics Tutorial (CLS7330T)

Credits:2

Parenteral Therapy & Environmental Medicine (CLS7331)

Credits:3.5

Parenteral Therapy & Environmental Medicine Lab (CLS7331L)

Credits:0.5

Parenteral Therapy & Environmental Medicine Tutorial (CLS7331T)

Credits:2

Psychology & Mental Health (CLS7332)

Credits:4

Psychology & Mental Health Tutorial (CLS7332T)

Credits:3

Case Portfolio (CLS999)

Credits:1

CPR Certification (CPR100)

Credits:0

CPR Re-certification (CPR200)

Credits:0

Student must provide current CPR card to instructor at time of class. If you do not have a valid CPR card you need to contact the Registrars Office and sign up for initial certification.

Elective Transfer Credit (ELE100)

Credits:0

HIPAA Training (HIPPA)

Credits:0

Intro Homeopathy (HOM510)

Credits:2

Homeopathy I (HOM520)

Credits:2

Homeopathy II (HOM530)

Credits:2

Homeopathy III (HOM610)

Credits:3

Homeopathy IV (HOM620)

Credits:3

Homeopathy V (HOM630E)

Credits:3

ND Elective Students will learn the most common symptoms and the related rubrics, the most common remedies indicated, and how to differentiate among them. Students will view and analyze cases being taken, observe patients of different “remedy types,” match the symptoms of the patient with rubrics in Kent’s Repertory, and study materia medica to find the most appropriate remedy.

Homeopathy VI (HOM710E)

Credits:3

ND Elective - Preq Homeopathy I-IV - Upon the completion of this course, students will know the most common symptoms and the related rubrics, as well as the most common remedies indicated and how to differentiate among them for the discussed disease states. Cardiovascular, neurological, musculoskeletal, and genitourinary (including sexual) problems are studied. Materia medica are presented in each area, along with differentials, important rubrics to consider and the most prominent remedies for each condition. Cases are presented, taken and analyzed. Remedies are prescribed.

Homeopathy VII (HOM720E)

Credits:3

Homeopathy VIII (HOM730E)

Credits:3

ND Elective Upon completion of this course, students will have learned the most important remedies in the treatment of the following conditions and will be able to differentiate and prescribe from among the leading remedies: anxiety disorder, arthritis, cancer, diabetes, eczema, gangrene, herpes zoster, insomnia, lumbago, multiple sclerosis, neuralgias, psoriasis, sciatica, suicidal tendencies, thyroid dysfunction, tumors, ulcers and warts.

Sensation in Homeopathy (HOM740E)

Credits:3

ND Elective This course teaches students homeopathic case taking, case analysis, repertorization and prescribing using the Sensation Method as developed by Rajan Sankaran and colleagues. Sensation Method focuses on studying case taking, case analysis, miasms, materia medica (kingdoms and sub-groups), and follow-up management through the lens of this comprehensive and effective method of practicing homeopathy.

Mindful Self-Compassion (IM450E)

Credits:2

Natural Childbirth for General Practitioner I (NCB610)

Credits:3

Natural Childbirth II Pregnancy (NCB620E)

Credits:3

Natural Childbirth III Labor & Delivery (NCB630E)

Credits:3

ND Elective This course prepares students to provide support and safety to the birthing family through labor and the emergence of the new baby

Natural Childbirth IV Postpartum Mgmt (NCB710E)

Credits:3

ND Elective - Prereq Natural Childbirth I - This course begins with the third stage of birth, delivery of the placenta, and concludes with the six weeks of postpartum. The effects of pregnancy resolution and the beginning of motherhood on a woman’s body, mind and spirit are studied. Students are taught practical skills such as perineal repair, bladder catheterization, IV insertion,blood loss estimation, management of postpartum hemorrhage and breast-feeding support, as well as an appreciation for the dynamics of personal and familial transition during this period.

Natural Childbirth V Neonatal (NCB720E)

Credits:3

Natural Childbirth VI Special Topics (NCB730E)

Credits:2

ND Elective This seminar provides students with the opportunity to research topics of special interest and share information with colleagues

Natural Childbirth VII Legal Aspects (NCB740E)

Credits:1

ND Elective (ND699E)

Credits:0

ND Elective Transfer (NDE5000)

Credits:0

Living Herbal Medicine of Southern Oregon (NDE5202E)

Credits:3

NW Herbs I (NDEB5110E)

Credits:2

NW Herbs II (NDEB5130E)

Credits:2

San Juan Island Herbal Experience (NDEB5200E)

Credits:2

Cascade Mountain Herbal Intensive (NDEB5201E)

Credits:2

Herb Garden Processing (NDEB5210E)

Credits:0.5

CASEE Center Herb Walk (NDEB5231E)

Credits:0.5

Ethnobotany Intensive (NDEB6200E)

Credits:5

Advanced Botanical Medicine I (NDEB6230E)

Credits:3

Effective Formulas for Top General Practice Conditions (NDEB6310E)

Credits:1

Botanical Cell Biology, Molecular Mechanical Research (NDEB6330E)

Credits:1

Advanced Topics in Botanical Medicine II (NDEB6331E)

Credits:3

Ayurveda Herbs (NDEBE5230E)

Credits:2

Personal Development as a Physcian (NDEC5125E)

Credits:2

Advanced Anatomy: Techniques in Dissection (NDEC5203E)

Credits:1.5

Advanced Electorcardiogram & Spirometric Interpretations (NDEC6240E)

Credits:0.5

Advanced Medical Biochemistry (NDEC6349E)

Credits:3

OSCE - II Preparation (NDEC7221E)

Credits:0.5

Pharmacology for Clinical Practice (NDEC7310E)

Credits:2

Pain: Pathophysiology and Management Options (NDEC7311E)

Credits:2

Neuroendocrine-Immunology (NDEC7312E)

Credits:2

Integrative Phytotherapy (NDEC7313E)

Credits:2

 

A central feature of the naturopathic therapeutic order is the use of herbal medicines to support physiological and psychological homeostasis, or salutogenesis.  In this course, we will examine how herbal therapies can be used to restore balance within the neuroendocrine and organ systems of the body, including the digestive, hepato-biliary, respiratory, renal-reproductive, and circulatory systems.  We will examine the concept of organ pattern differentiation, how commonly encountered clinical disorders are related to patterns of organ dysfunction, and how herbal medicines can be utilized to stimulate salutogenesis.  The didactic portions of this course will be offered in an online format, with class time being utilized to discuss clinical applications and cases.  

 

 

 

Requirements/prerequisites: no prerequisites required except enrollment in either naturopathic doctoral, CM masters, or CM doctoral programs 

 

 

 

Micro-Biom (NDEC7320E)

Credits:1

Transgender Health & Gender Transition (NDEC7330E)

Credits:1

The Liver in Health & Disease (NDEC7340E)

Credits:2

Sleep Health and Disorders (NDEC7341E)

Credits:2

Advanced Gastroenterology (NDEC7342E)

Credits:2

Auriculomedicine (NDEC7350E)

Credits:2

Point-of-care Ultrasound (NDEC7351E)

Credits:2.5

Gastroenterology Lab (NDEC8430E)

Credits:1

Advanced Homeopathy I (NDEH7310E)

Credits:3

Sensation in Homeopathy (NDEH7330E)

Credits:3

Homeopathy V (NDEH7340E)

Credits:3

Homeopathy VI (NDEH8420E)

Credits:3

Homeopathy VII (NDEH8430E)

Credits:3

Homeopathy VIII (NDEH8440E)

Credits:3

Natural Childbirth II- Pregnancy (NDER7330E)

Credits:3

Advanced Gynecology - Special Topics (NDER7331E)

Credits:2

Natural Childbirth III: Labor and Delivery (NDER7340E)

Credits:3

Advanced Gynecology - Infertility & Endocrinology (NDER7341E)

Credits:2.5

Natural Childbirth IV - Postpartum (NDER8420E)

Credits:3

Advanced Pediatrics (NDER8421E)

Credits:2

Natural Childbirth V - Neonatal (NDER8430E)

Credits:3

Natural Childbirth VI: Special Topics (NDER8440E)

Credits:2

Natural Childbirth VII (NDER8441E)

Credits:1

Bodywork 1 Massage Foundations (NDET5120E)

Credits:1

Somatic Re-Education I (NDET5121E)

Credits:1

Bodywork II Advanced Massage (NDET5130E)

Credits:1

Bodywork III (NDET5140E)

Credits:1

Somatic ReEducation III (NDET5141E)

Credits:1

Somatic ReEducation IV (NDET6121E)

Credits:1

Somatic ReEducation V (NDET6130E)

Credits:1

Aromatherapy (NDET6140E)

Credits:1.5

Race and Disparities in Healthcare (NDET6215E)

Credits:2

Mindful Self-Compassion (NDET6230E)

Credits:2

Nature Cure (NDET6250E)

Credits:2

Advanced Physical Medicine (NDET6251E)

Credits:1.5

Course provides an avenue to consolidate, review and advance physical medicine concepts and skills pertaining to assessment and treatment of common primary care presentations. The student will review and practice cervical, lumbar, and pelvis/SI adjustment and also develop acumen in assessment and treatment of MSK conditions that commonly present to family practice.

Gynecology (NOS613)

Credits:3

Advanced Gynecology - Special Topics (NOS614E)

Credits:2

Gyn Lab (NOS615)

Credits:1

Advanced Gynecology - Infertility/Endocrinology (NOS616E)

Credits:2.5

ND Elective The student will learn to assess/evaluate, treat and manage medical conditions related to endocrinology in women’s health care.

Cardiovascular & Pulmonary Medicine (NOS630)

Credits:3

EKG/PFT Testing Tutorial (NOS631E)

Credits:0.5

ND Elective This tutorial emphasizes the interpretation and analysis of electrocardiographs and spirograms, as well as the presentation of case studies to provide additional context.

Pediatrics (NOS632)

Credits:3

Advanced Pediatrics (NOS699E)

Credits:2

ND Elective This course takes an in-depth look at the care and management of children.

Eye, Ears, Nose, Throat (NOS710)

Credits:2

Dermatology (NOS711)

Credits:2

Endocrinology (NOS712)

Credits:2

Geriatrics (NOS714)

Credits:1

Neurology (NOS720)

Credits:2

Urology (NOS721)

Credits:2

Proctology (NOS723)

Credits:1

Oncology (NOS725)

Credits:2

Gastroenterology (NOS732)

Credits:2

Advanced Gastroenterology (NOS733E)

Credits:2

Gastroenterology Lab (NOS735E)

Credits:1

ND Elective This lab covers basic techniques used in a functional gastroenterology practice: integrated abdominal exam, gastric pH testing, visceral release and energetic psychology techniques.

Advanced Rheumatology (NOS737E)

Credits:2

ND Elective The inflammatory conditions involving the connective tissue structures of the body, including muscles and joints, are discussed. Emphasis is placed on autoimmune disorders and their treatment with both conventional and naturopathic therapeutics.

Intro to Chinese Medicine (NPH510)

Credits:3

Naturopathic Medical Philosophy & Therapeutics (NPH511)

Credits:1

Naturopathic Medical Ethics (NPH531)

Credits:1

Naturopathic Medical Philosophy Tutorial (NPH610)

Credits:1.5

Business Operations (NPH724)

Credits:1

Business Administration (NPH725)

Credits:1

Business Marketing (NPH726)

Credits:1

Business Development (NPH727)

Credits:1

Business Seminar Supplemental (NPH730E)

Credits:0

Medical Jurisprudence (NPH731)

Credits:1

Nutrition II (NUT611)

Credits:3

Nutrition III (NUT622)

Credits:3

Nutrition IV (NUT633)

Credits:3

Naturopathic History & Philosophy I (PHL5110)

Credits:1

Intro to Medical Systems (PHL5113)

Credits:2

Naturopathic History & Philosophy II (PHL5120)

Credits:1

Naturopathic Medicine Retreat (PHL5130)

Credits:0.75

Personal Development as a Physician (PHL5210E)

Credits:1.5

Personal Development as a Physician will provide an opportunity to develop inner resources and grow personally through self-care, self-reflection and experiential exercises throughout the term. Instructors and speakers will present on topics such as Mindfulness practices, Doctor-Patient communication, Death & Dying, Trauma, Cultural competency and other topics. This experientially-based course emphasizes student interactions which develop and strengthen one’s capacity to stay mindful with a variety of clinical situations.

Hydrotherapy (PHM412)

Credits:1

Hydrotherapy Lab (PHM412L)

Credits:1

Biomechanics (PHM436)

Credits:2

Colonic Hydrotherapy (PHM510E)

Credits:1

ND Elective This course explores the history, use and effectiveness of colonic hydrotherapy. Students learn indications, contraindications, treatment protocols and supportive therapies. Prerequisites: BAS 412/422/432

Orthopedics (PHM513)

Credits:2

Orthopedics Lab (PHM513L)

Credits:1

Physiotherapy (PHM523)

Credits:2

Physiotherapy Lab (PHM523L)

Credits:1

NMT/ Orthopedic Synthesis I (PHM533)

Credits:1.5

Auriculomedicine (PHM600E)

Credits:2

ND Elective This class is a solid introduction to ear microsystem acupressure therapies for primary care practitioners. The goal is to provide NDs with safe, natural, evidence-based tools and strategies to treat both pain and psychological conditions using appropriate touch.

NMT/Ortho Synthesis II (PHM613)

Credits:1.5

Minor Surgery with Lab (PHM621)

Credits:2.5

NMT/ Orthopedic Synthesis III (PHM623)

Credits:1.5

Minor Surgery II with Lab (PHM631)

Credits:2.5

NMT/Ortho Synthesis IV (PHM633)

Credits:1.5

Nature Cure (PHM699E)

Credits:2

ND 3rd year Elective This class emphasizes the essence of natural medicine as taught by the founding naturopathic doctors. Students will practice water and herbal therapies, poultices, Cayce treatments and other therapies on themselves and each other.

IV Therapy (PHM710)

Credits:1

IV Therapy Lab (PHM710L)

Credits:0.75

NMT/Orthopedic Synthesis V (PHM713)

Credits:1.5

Advanced Minor Surgery (PHM740E)

Credits:2.5

Prerequisites Transfer Courses (PRE100)

Credits:0

Personal Development as a Physician (PSY422E)

Credits:1.5

Practitioner Cultivation II (PSY521)

Credits:1.5

Psychological Diagnosis (PSY522)

Credits:2

Interviewing Techniques I (PSY611)

Credits:1.5

Behavioral Medicine (PSY690E)

Credits:2

ND Elective - Counts as elective in Mental Health The student will look at different sets of issues through a biopsychosocial lens, observing how behavior contributes to both the creation and resolution of those issues. A variety of tools are introduced, such as open focus, autogenics, peripheral temperature regulation, breath training and mindfulness.

Interviewing Techniques II (PSY712)

Credits:2.5

Bodywork I Massage Foundations (THR5100E)

Credits:1

ND Elective - Bodywork I teaches the basic language and strokes of Swedish massage, and is the foundation course for Bodywork II and III. Students learn by giving and receiving treatments while being guided in hands-on classes.

Bodywork II Advanced Massage (THR5101E)

Credits:1

Bodywork III (THR5102E)

Credits:1

ND Elective Bodywork III teaches students to open, become sensitive to, and develop their energy work. This is taught in several ways, including subtle energy techniques and the vocabulary of energy.

Micro-Biom (THR5107E)

Credits:1

Aromatherapy (THR5108E)

Credits:1.5

Therapeutic Modalities I (THR5120)

Credits:6

Therapeutic Modalites I Lab (THR5120L)

Credits:1

Therapeutic Modalites I Tutorial (THR5120T)

Credits:2

Therapeutic Modalities II (THR5131)

Credits:6

Therapeutic Modalities II Lab (THR5131L)

Credits:0.5

Therapeutic Modalities II Tutorial (THR5131T)

Credits:2

Behavioral Medicine (THR6210E)

Credits:2