The mission of the Integrative Health program at Parker University is to prepare students to become health educators and to encourage holistic approaches to health promotion and disease prevention.
16% growth rate for community health workers over a 10-year period
The median annual wage for health education specialists was $55,220 in May 2019.
The Bachelor of Science degree in Integrative Health is an interdisciplinary program that applies a holistic approach to health promotion and disease prevention. The courses provide graduates with an understanding of the human body and the fundamentals of health and disease. The program consists of various scientific disciplines including biology, chemistry, nutrition, anatomy and physiology, prevention and wellness, and herbology. Upon graduation, students are equipped to work in health and wellness industries and are prepared to apply for graduate degree programs in Naturopathic Medicine, Doctor of Chiropractic, Nutrition, Exercise Science, and related health science degrees.
The graduating student will be able to demonstrate: