The mission of the Integrative Health program at Parker University is to prepare students to become health educators and
to promote therapies within the integrative & holistic medicine model of healthcare.
16% growth rate for community health workers over a 10-year period
118,500 community health worker jobs to be filled between 2016-2026
$45,360 median income
Parker’s Integrative Health program consists of:
The Integrative Health degree is a dynamic, interdisciplinary program which allows students to prepare for many careers within the health care industry. Graduates are prepared to enter the health care workforce, and if they already have experience; they are prepared for management and administration positions. Graduates will also have additional opportunities in community organizations, research laboratories, and insurance companies. This program will provide pathways for students to advance to graduate degree programs within the health sciences.
The graduating student will be able to: