6 Accredited Naturopathic Programs Across 7 North American Campuses
AANMC’s accredited naturopathic schools meet both federal and academic standards. Explore all AANMC member schools to discover the unique qualities of each institution.
Graduation from an accredited or candidate naturopathic medicine program guarantees eligibility to sit for the Naturopathic Physicians Licensing Examinations (NPLEX), the passage of which is required to obtain licensure.
*The University of Bridgeport School of Naturopathic Medicine is no longer taking new naturopathic medical students.
Bastyr University is recognized globally for its rigorous curriculum and NIH-funded research. Students learn to view nature as the ultimate teacher of science and thrive on the free exchange of ideas within a nurturing community.
The Boucher Institute is recognized for its innovative curriculum, mentorship model of education and small class sizes. The campus is located in beautiful British Columbia, where naturopathic physicians enjoy one of the widest scopes of practice in North America, including prescription rights.
CCNM is Canada’s premier institute for education and research in naturopathic medicine, offering new thinking, new research and new approaches to health care.
As the oldest accredited naturopathic medical university in North America, NUNM is a leader in natural medicine education and evidence-based research. Students experience a close-knit community dedicated to transforming the world of health care—naturally.
National University sets the standard in training for careers in health care and provides a dynamic atmosphere where students, faculty and clinicians of various complementary and alternative health professions work together in an integrative environment.
SCNM’s renowned faculty and dynamic student body share a passion for innovative learning and technology, rigorous clinical training, public health service and the advancement of naturopathic medicine.
Learn more about our accredited naturopathic schools and their programs
In addition, all of the naturopathic medicine programs of the member schools have been accredited by the Council on Naturopathic Medical Education (CNME), the recognized accreditor for naturopathic medical programs in North America. Graduation from a naturopathic medicine program that is accredited or is a candidate for accreditation guarantees eligibility to sit for the Naturopathic Physicians Licensing Examinations (NPLEX), the passage of which is required to obtain licensure.
Since 1978, the CNME has helped to develop and maintain the highest standards of education for naturopathic doctors. For further information on accreditation, contact:
The Council on Naturopathic Medical Education (CNME)
P.O. Box 178
Great Barrington, MA 01230