Master of Science in Health Sciences / Integrative Medicine
The George Washington University

Program Details

The George Washington University's (GW) online MSHS in Integrative Medicine (INTM) delivers a transformative curriculum focused on providing holistic patient care. In as few as two years, graduate ready to create evidence-based, personalized care plans to address a patient's unique physical, mental and social, circumstances.

Additional program options:

Online MSHS in Integrative Medicine Nutrition Concentration

Take a deeper look at the science of nutrition and wellness through a selection of electives. Learn to provide personalized nutrition counseling to patients of all kinds. With the addition of 1,000 extracurricular hours of supervised experience, graduates can prepare to sit for the Certified Nutrition Specialist® (CNS) exam.

Online MSHS in Integrative Medicine + Physician Fellowship

Licensed physicians can complete an additional hands-on longitudinal fellowship and prepare for practice with supervised clinical training and mentorship that supports your preparation to become ABOIM certified.

Online Integrative Medicine Graduate Certificate

GW also offers a 21-credit Integrative Medicine Graduate Certificate. Get the same rigorous training in key concepts as you would in the master's program, but finish in less time and bring your new skills back to work. All credits earned toward your certificate may also be transferred into the full MSHS program, saving you time if you decide to return for the full master's degree.

Integrative Medicine is defined by the American Board of Integrative Medicine (ABOIM) and the American Board of Physician Specialties (ABPS).

Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree
  • 3.0 GPA
  • Completed coursework in Biochemistry and Anatomy or Anatomy / Physiology
  • Statement of Purpose
  • Resume/CV
  • 2 Letters of Recommendation
  • Official transcripts
  • International students only: TOEFL or PTE or IELTS scores

School Accreditation Statement

Middle States Commission on Higher Education