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Master of Science in Advanced Clinical Practice

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.

Students will learn about many different disorders and treatment paths. By studying a broader list of conditions, students will enhance their diagnostic skills and learn to better manage an array of clinical conditions. A variety of coursework is offered in the program including neurophysiology, functional medicine, research methodology, nutrition and wellness, pharmacology, and much more.

Program Overview

How You Will Benefit

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  • Improved diagnostic and clinical decision-making
  • Advanced training in functional medicine, pharmacology, neurophysiology
  • Potential expansion of scope of practice in some states
  • Enhanced employment/educational opportunities with this academic master’s degree

Students Succeed at NUHS

Dr. Gerald Monk Current MSACP student “This program [MSACP] has provided me with the most current up to date knowledge on numerous medical diagnoses. This has been extremely helpful work with patients, medical physicians and researchers in that it has allowed me to understand and communicate more intelligently and effectively with other professionals. These skills have helped me acquire a new level of respect from colleagues and has afforded me the opportunity to take on greater levels of responsibility which has ultimately led to an executive clinical career promotion.

– Dr. Gerald Monk

More Information

If you have any questions or would like more information about this program, please consider attending one of our upcoming webinars. You may also contact the Office of Admissions at 1-800-826-6285 or [email protected].