BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NATURAL HEALTH SCIENCES, B.S

About the Program

American Institute of Integrative Medicine’s Bachelor of Science in Natural Health Sciences (B.S.) degree program is individually designed to enable each student to apply past academic studies and life/work experience toward a degree through our institution.

The total number of required credit hours is determined from the amount of incoming credit earned and advanced placement received. AIIM’s specialized program requires sufficient training in the field to assure competency in the disciplines.

Required Credit Hours: 120 total credit hours (35 prerequisites: 85 core curriculum) of a combination of academic, practical (case studies, research projects, clinical studies), and/or life/work experience in a given field are required for a Bachelor of Natural Health Sciences degree to be conferred. Incoming credit and life experience may apply toward advanced placement.

The total number of required credit hours is determined from the amount of incoming credit earned and advanced placement received.

 

To graduate and earn a degree, students must earn 120 credit hours. Students must transfer a minimum of 35 general education credit hours to enroll. Students can transfer not more than 85 credits into the program.

 

Prerequisites:

High School Diploma (or equivalent, i.e. GED)

 

College level courses and/or equivalent life/work experience to include 35 Credit Hours

Communications                                                                       9

Mathematics                                                                              3

Laboratory Sciences                                                                8

Social/Behavioral Sciences                                                   6-9

Humanities & Fine Arts*                                                      6-9

*Deficiencies in prerequisite preparation may be met as outlined in Special Admissions Provision.

 

  • Prerequisites may be completed at a student’s local community college or university, and through various distance learning programs either on-line or via other media.
  • If the student has attended a school that does not assign a 4-point grading scale, the student must submit an equivalent evaluation of his/her prior academic work.
  • The student must have been in good standing at the college or university attended and earned a minimum grade point average of 2.0 (on a 4 point scale) in all upper division work.