New Illinois COVID-19 Mandates
August 27, 2021
The university will be complying with Gov. Pritzker’s vaccine mandate. All Illinois students and employees will need proof of COVID-19 vaccination, or weekly negative test results for COVID-19. Please click here for more information.
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National University prepares students to become first-contact, primary care physicians fully qualified to diagnose, treat, and manage a wide range of conditions. We believe a superior education starts with an evidence-based, broad-scope curriculum emphasizing integrative medicine.
National University offers a comprehensive classical curriculum in traditional naturopathic medicine while preparing you to become a first-contact, primary-care doctor. You’ll be uniquely prepared for the real world of health care today through learning in our integrative medicine environment. You’ll graduate with the skill and confidence you need to not only practice, but to succeed and excel as a naturopathic physician.
National University offers a nine-trimester program leading to the master of science in oriental medicine degree (MSOM). Our traditional apprentice-style learning environment immerses students in the five branches of oriental medicine.
National University of Health Sciences offers a seven-trimester program leading to the master of science in acupuncture degree (MSAc). This degree will allow the graduate to take national board exams and achieve certification in most states to practice as a licensed acupuncturist.
National University’s bachelor’s degree completion program in biomedical science offers you the top quality of a private education at an affordable price. Students experience our graduate level faculty and are provided the opportunity to continue into any of our first professional programs.
Post Professional Degrees
The Master of Science in Advanced Clinical Practice (MSACP) is an advanced degree designed for first-professional health care providers including, DCs, NDs, MDs, and DOs. Offered exclusively online, the program provides an in-depth immersion into integrative medicine with outstanding faculty active in the profession.
The Master of Science in Diagnostic Imaging degree is limited to one participant per year and can only be received upon completion of the three-year, full-time residency in diagnostic imaging at National University.
Founded in 1906, National University of Health Sciences is a leader in the growing field of integrative medicine and is respected worldwide for success in balancing healing arts and science, combining broad-scope integrative medicine with patient-centered care.
National University sets the standard in training for careers in health care and provides a dynamic atmosphere where students, faculty and clinicians of various complementary and alternative health professions work together in an integrative environment.
National University is an established champion of research, high admission standards, accreditation, and academic excellence for its professions.
For more than a century, we have influenced the way health care is perceived, taught and practiced – and each year we continue moving the profession forward.
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Discover the latest insights from the field of integrative health, tips on pursuing a career in complementary and alternative medicine, and real stories from students who know what it takes to be successful.
Find free informative guides to financing your graduate degree, the many exciting complementary and alternative medicine career options, and much more in the Integrative Health Resource Library.
Dr. Jenkins brings teaching passion and clinical experience to new role as Chair of the Department of Basic Sciences
Moira Jenkins, DC, LAc., has recently been named Chair of the Department of Basic Sciences for National University’s Illinois campus.
National University held a virtual panel presentation last month, catching up with three alumni and their experiences during the early years of practice.
N. Ray Tuck Jr., D.C., a 1997 NUHS alum and 2019 recipient of National University’s Outstanding Alumnus of the Year Award, is undoubtedly among National University’s most accomplished alumni.
When Megan Feldt (NUHS ‘15) graduated with her bachelor of biomedical science from National University, she wanted to work for a company that could make a difference within the field of alternative medicine.