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Undergraduate Program Options in Integrative Health and Wellness

With growing interest from patients who want to be in control of their health, integrative health and wellness is an increasingly popular healthcare discipline. Our innovative and interdisciplinary undergraduate programs enable you to acquire advanced knowledge and skills in this growing field to give you an edge as you enter the healthcare workforce.

Undergraduate Minor in Integrative Health

Duration: 1 year

Courses: Online or in-person course options

Curriculum: 18 credit hours

Course Map: Click here for the course map

Undergraduate Certificate in Integrative Health

Duration: 1 year

Courses: Online or in-person course options

Curriculum: 15 credit hours

Course Map: Click here for the course map

Program Benefits

As the first Undergraduate Minor and Certificate in Integrative Health in the region, our goal is to advance the training of the future of healthcare which includes all medical and health professions students in evidence-based integrative health practices and principles.

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Designed to give you an edge

Gain an advantage as you enter the workforce in healthcare with knowledge of the principles of integrative health.

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Top 100 Medical School

The University of Cincinnati and all regional campuses are accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.

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Improve patient outcomes
Integrative health is an increasingly popular form of medicine that helps put patients in control of their health with a focus on preventative care.

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This program is ideal for medical and health professions undergraduate students who are looking for a complementary program to their major. 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.

Students enrolled in the following programs are ideal:

  • Pre-Med
  • Health Sciences
  • Health Promotion and Education
  • Nutrition
  • Pre-Physical Therapy
  • Nursing
  • Pre-Pharmacy
  • Pre-Occupational Therapy
  • Social Work
  • Psychology
  • Counseling

Contact Us

Osher Center for Integrative Health

Medical Sciences Building Suite 4358
231 Albert Sabin Way
PO Box 670582 
Cincinnati, OH 45267-0582

Mail Location: 0582
Phone: 513-558-2310
Fax: 513-558-3266
Email: osher.integtrative@uc.edu