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An innovative and interdisciplinary graduate program, this certificate enables you to acquire advanced knowledge and skills in the growing field of integrative health and wellness to enhance your professional career, your own life, and the lives of your patients.
As the first Graduate Certificate in Integrative Health in the region, our goal is to advance the training of medical and health professions students, physicians, and other healthcare professionals in evidence-based integrative health practices and principles.
Designed with the busy health professional in mind, this program can be completed completely online in 6-12 months.
The University of Cincinnati and all regional campuses are accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.
Enhance your knowledge of evidence-based, complementary therapies to use in your current or future role in healthcare.
This program is ideal for health professionals at all different levels and backgrounds who are looking for an advanced degree they can earn in as little as a year. Students will learn evidence-based approaches to implement with their patients. This field aims to get to the root cause of the disease to fix the problem rather than simply putting a band-aid on the problem/symptom. Our courses help enrich our student's personal and professional lives, and to prepare them for future roles that demand new and innovative ways of thinking.
Required courses for 9 credit hours (grade of B- or above required):
Select a minimum of 6 credit hours from the following list of electives:
UC Graduate Student Handbook
For more information on tuition and enrollment requirements visit the Graduate School website.
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