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Naturopathic Medicine Schools and Colleges

It takes 4 years to graduate from a naturopathic medical school. Admission requirements to these schools are similar to traditional medical schools. Naturopathic medical students are required to complete extensive clinical work and classroom instruction. After graduating, they’re known as naturopathic medical doctors. Like traditional medical students, they’re required to complete lab diagnostics, dermatology, immunology, pharmacology, gynecology, microbiology, surgery, obstetrics, radiology, biochemistry, cardiology, and anatomy courses.

Additionally, naturopathic medical students complete training in therapeutic nutrition, homeopathy, acupuncture, natural childbirth, botanical medicine, naturopathic manipulative therapy, hydrotherapy, and acupuncture.

The Council on Naturopathic Medical Education (CNME) is responsible for accrediting medical schools that offer naturopathic doctor training.

Below you can explore naturopathic medicine schools and colleges offering career training programs and courses in naturopathic medicine.
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