At the University of Bridgeport College of Naturopathic Medicine we are committed to providing our students with the best possible program of study to prepare them to succeed as naturopathic physicians.
I chose UB for its cultural diversity, its expansive clinical opportunity and its philosophy on education. I chose UB for its cultural diversity, its expansive clinical opportunity and its philosophy on education.
There has never been a more exciting time to become a
naturopathic physician. With increasing
recognition that preventive care is essential to good medicine, naturopathic
physicians are a natural fit for healthcare delivery that is sustainable,
cost-effective, and effective.
University of Bridgeport College of Naturopathic Medicine is committed to
training physicians for the 21st century: doctors who are leaders in the emerging paradigm of healthcare,
blending research and innovative technologies with the art of healing and
natural therapeutics to provide patient-centered care.
In an intimate setting of small class
size and experienced faculty, students are challenged to bridge tradition with
innovation while being mentored to explore the healer they are becoming. Come to UB and discover the 21st
Century Physician you will
Steeped in traditional healing practices, naturopathic
medicine emphasizes holistic, preventive care. By focusing on prevention, optimal
health and wellness, and diet and lifestyle as first-line interventions,
naturopathic physicians educate and empower patients to take responsibility for
As a naturopathic physician and graduate of UBCNM, you will not
only help people optimize their health, you will change the way they think
about health – for themselves, their families, and the planet.
Since 2001, the College of Naturopathic Medicine has been
graduating physicians who are revolutionizing healthcare in the Northeast and
across the country.
Our curriculum combines traditional biomedical
sciences with the latest developments in genomics and molecular biology to
deepen your understanding of health, disease, and therapeutics. A semester format of 18-week
sessions allows you to immerse yourself in the material and take the
time to fully integrate concepts.
You will benefit from course content that is integrated across the curriculum and
reinforced with case studies for in-depth understanding of the application to
clinical practice. Throughout your
four years of study, you will learn and practice natural therapeutics, applying
them to patient care under the guidance and supervision of experienced
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