Homeopathic Universities and Schools in the U.S.

While it is rare to find a regionally accredited school that specializes in homeopathy, students interested in the field do have options available to them, as homeopathic medicine often falls under the banner of alternative medicine. Coursework or certificates in homeopathy can be found most often within programs that offer degrees and certifications in holistic health care, alternative medicine or naturopathy.

How to Select a Homeopathic School

When searching for a homeopathic university, the student should closely examine programs that offer degrees in holistic or alternative medicine. Looking at a school's course catalog or calling to speak with an advisor can help determine what homeopathy-specific classes the school offers. It may be difficult to find a two-year or four-year institution that offers degrees in this field of study, as most homeopathic-focused schools are not regionally accredited. Potential students should consider nature-based medicine programs as alternatives.

Other things to consider are:

  • Some programs provide homeopathic training certificates that may compliment a Bachelor's or Master's degree in alternative health care.
  • Business and management training can be valuable, as many homeopathic doctors run private practices.

10 Schools with Homeopathy or Holistic Health Programs

College/University Institution Type
Anoka-Ramsey Community College 2-year, Public
Ashford University 4-year, Private for-profit
Bastyr University 4-year, Private not-for-profit
Front Range Community College 2-year, Public
Georgian Court University 4 Year, Private not-for-profit
Johnson State College 4-year, Public
Minneapolis Community and Technical College 2 year, Public
Red Rocks Community College 2-year, Public
University of New Mexico-Taos Campus 2-year, Public
Western Michigan University 4-year, Public

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