Corinthians Naturopathic College


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Academic Programs Offered

Enrollment requirements

Doctoral Programs
Minimum Requirement: Bachelor’s Degree (must submit academic record of previous academic degree/program)

Bachelor’s Program
Minimum Requirement: finished 2-3 years in college (must submit academic record from previous school)

Certificate/Diploma Program
Minimum Requirement: High School graduate (must submit high school record).

Program description and basic information

Doctor of Naturopathy (N.D.) degree program is designed as an applied/industry-based doctoral program for para-medical and non-paramedical professionals. It has a total of 121 semester units/credits (approximately equivalent to 2,160 educational hours). Its program structure covers Naturopathic Practicum and Case Presentation as final requirements for graduation 

Master of Science in Naturopathic Health (M.S.N.H.). As part of a ladderized program in Doctor of Naturopathy (N.D.) , after finishing about 91 semester  units/credits,  the student will be awarded a Master of Science degree in Naturopathic Health. All subjects taken and passed in the MSNH will be credited towards the Doctor of Naturopathy (N.D.) degree  program.  

Diploma in Naturopathy and Lifesyle Management (Dipl N&LM).  As part of a ladderized program in Doctor of Naturopathy (N.D.) , after finishing about 49 semester  units/credits, the student will be awarded a Diploma in Naturopathy & Lifestyle Management.  All subjects taken and passed in the Diploma program will be credited towards the Doctor of Naturopathy (N.D.) degree  program.  

Bachelor of Science in Naturopathic Health (B.S.N.H.) is designed as a preparatory program for college students who did not finish their studies but finished six (6) terms/semesters in any Bachelor’s program as a minimum requirement. It is a basic degree program preparing the student for an appropriate doctoral degree course of study in Naturopathy he intends to pursue in the future. Second coursers are welcome. Its program structure covers a certain amount of Naturopathic Practicum and a short research paper as final requirements for graduation. It has a total of 120 semester units/credits inclusive of transferred credits good for a maximum of six (6) semesters/terms from the previous school and the credits earned from Corinthian Naturopathic College for two (2) additional semesters (approximately equivalent to 2,268 educational hours.)

Other Certificate Programs: (Non-Degree Programs)

Certificate in Colon Hygiene

Certificate in Nutritional Microscopy (LBA)

Certificate in Quantum Magnetic Resonance Analyzer

Certificate in Iris Analysis (Iridology)