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Integrative Medicine Trends, Biomedical Science, Graduate School Resources

8 Careers You Didn’t Know You Could Pursue with a Biomedical Science Degree

Biomedical sciences (BS) are the foundation of knowledge for all health care professionals, and as such, an undergraduate degree in this field is surprisingly versatile and can prepare you for a wide range of career and post-graduate educational options. In a biomedical sciences course of study, you’ll learn about everything from human anatomy and physiology, to genetics, biochemistry, microbiology, nutrition, kinesiology, and more. Not only can a BS degree be a stepping stone to traditional medical school, there are an increasing number of medical research, nutrition science, and biomedical engineering careers available to BS graduates.

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Wednesday, November 15, 2017
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Graduate School Information & Events, Graduate School Resources, Integrative Medicine Trends

Explore Your Future in Integrative Health at Campus Visit Day on November 4!

If you’re considering a career in health care, attending Campus Visit Day at National University’s Illinois campus is a great opportunity to explore a variety of programs in complementary and alternative medicine.

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Wednesday, October 11, 2017
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Graduate School Information & Events, Graduate School Resources

4 Reasons You Should Visit a Campus When Considering a Degree in Health Care

For students interested in health care, choosing the right college is crucial. Preparing for a career in medicine is a challenge as well as an adventure. The school you select will be the place you will live, learn, and work for some of the most important years of your life.

In the quest to find the perfect school, an essential yet often overlooked step is visiting the campus. This is the ultimate way to get a feel for a school, gather information, and find out if it is a good match for you. A virtual tour online is not enough to make the best and most accurate decision.

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Wednesday, June 28, 2017
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Chiropractic Medicine, Graduate School Resources

5 Questions to Ask Before Selecting a Doctor of Chiropractic Program

Deciding to pursue a Doctor of Chiropractic program is a big decision — choosing where to earn your degree can be an even bigger decision when you consider the important questions listed below.

Many people are unaware that there are distinct differences in philosophy among chiropractic schools. Some schools focus exclusively on adjusting as the primary treatment for all patient conditions, adhering to a more traditional “chiropractic philosophy,” while others teach students to use modern medical science, evidence-based treatments, medical diagnostics and laboratory tests, and never hesitate to refer or co-manage a case with an MD or other health care practitioners, when required. 

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Wednesday, April 5, 2017
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Naturopathic Medicine, Graduate School Resources

5 Things to Consider Before Choosing a Naturopathic Medicine Program

Once you decide that you are interested in a career in Naturopathic Medicine, you’ll be faced with the task of choosing a program that will best prepare you to become a successful naturopathic physician.

Not all naturopathic medicine programs are created equally. While most schools will give you training in naturopathic therapies, the caliber, depth, and rigor of the program can vary.

Below are five factors you should consider before choosing a Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine (ND) program:

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Wednesday, March 8, 2017
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Graduate School Resources, Integrative Medicine Trends

3 Things to Consider Before Choosing a Program in Alternative Medicine

As complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) continue to become popular and sought-after methods of treatment, the demand for CAM practitioners also rises. In the last blog post, we discussed four alternative medical careers that help change lives, including chiropractic medicine, naturopathic medicine, acupuncture and oriental medicine, as well as massage therapy. For anyone considering a career in these growing fields, there are three things you should consider when selecting a program:

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Wednesday, January 11, 2017
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