These courses are intended as guidelines. Speak to your guidance counsellor to see what courses are offered at your school.
Students are required to complete:
- 90 undergraduate credits, including 33 credits in liberal arts and science courses
- 30 basic science credits taken at NYCC, to include all of the following A.O.M. curriculum courses: Anatomy, Neuroanatomy, Human Physiology, Principles of Pathophysiology, Systems Pathophysiology, Chemistry for Health Sciences, Pharmacology and Toxicology, Pharmacognosy and Botanical Medicine
- 30 credits taken at NYCC from among the following D.C. curriculum courses: Cell and Tissue Biology, Gross Anatomy I, Gross Anatomy II, Gross Anatomy III, Neuroscience I, Neuroscience II, Principles of Biochemistry, Biochemistry of Nutrition/Metabolism, Systems Physiology, Clinical Microbiology, Environmental Health, Basic Human Nutrition I, Basic Human Nutrition II
- The three-credit capstone course, Integrative Healthcare (BPS 4000)