Bachelor of Complementary MedicineProvided by Endeavour
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Delivered online, this course give students an overarching perspective on the field of complementary medicine. This includes public health, ethics, research, health promotion and health behavior.
As such this is an ideal course for students wanting a broad knowledge base in complimentary medicine.
Students will learn a wide range of topics including biological sciences, naturopathy, musculoskeletal therapies, nutrition, acupuncture, social sciences, homeopathy and public health and health promotion.
Course Quick Look
- Awarded By:
- Bachelor Degree
- Study Mode:
- 3 years full time (12 contact hours per week) or 6 years part time (6 contact hours per week)
- Nationally Recognised: