Tim Irving, DC, Founding Dean of the School of Undergraduate Studies
NUNM offers three undergraduate programs where students can complete the final two years of their degree. Each program offers:
- A unique blending of contemporary science, evidence–based medicine and an introduction to integrative medicine practices
- A rigorous science education that helps students become culturally sensitive and compassionate citizens prepared for continued study or entry into the healing professions.
Explore our Programs
This unique degree program provides a solid academic foundation in therapeutic interventions, combined with clinical experience in massage therapy, for massage therapists within the context of the various healthcare training opportunities at NUNM. Students learn to apply the art and science of massage therapy in an environment that values critical thought, and using the principles of evidence-informed practice. This bachelor’s program equips graduates with the knowledge base and practical skills to effectively work in diverse and multidisciplinary healthcare environments, and all graduates will be prepared to offer the highest quality integrative care.
In the Integrative Health Sciences program, the core thread features a variety of complementary and integrative medical topics such as herbal medicine, whole-food nutrition and mind-body medicine. The program features a capstone project in which students will be required to draw on all aspects of the curriculum to develop a final project, research paper or complete an internship.
In the Nutrition program, the core thread focuses on topics such as whole-food nutrition and the connection between diet and disease. The program features a capstone project in which students will be required to draw on all aspects of the curriculum to develop a final project, research paper or complete an internship.