Fast Facts

Who We Are

Average student age: 30
Median student age: 28
Gender: 84% female and 16% male
International students: 92, representing 34 countries

Fall Enrollment (2016): 1,256 

School of Naturopathic Medicine

  • Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine: 612

    • Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine/Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (dual track): 27

    • Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine/Acupuncture (dual track): 4

    • Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine/Ayurvedic Sciences (dual track): 6

    • Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine and Midwifery (dual track): 4

    • Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine and Counseling Psychology (dual track): 7

  • Naturopathic Medicine Post Baccalaureate: 12

Department of Botanical Medicine

School of Traditional World Medicines

  • Master of Science in Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine*: 71

  • Master of Science in Acupuncture*: 14

  • Bachelor of Science in Oriental Medicine*: 18

  • Certificate in Chinese Herbal Medicine*: 6

School of Natural Health Arts and Sciences

Department of Midwifery

Department of Counseling and Health Psychology

Department of Basic Sciences

Department of Public Health

Unclassified/Non-degree enrollment: 29

Faculty: 95 full-time core, 178 part-time adjunct

Clinical Training Program

Clinical student-faculty ratio: 6:1
Patient visits to Bastyr Center for Natural Health: approximately 34,000

* These programs are currently not admitting new students. The BS/MS programs in Acupuncture have been replaced with a Doctorate in Acupuncture that does offer an undergraduate early admit. For further information about this or any other program, contact the Admissions office at admissions@bastyr.edu.

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Did You Know?

  • Bastyr University campus was once a Catholic seminary
  • Bastyr Center for Natural Health is the largest natural health clinic in Washington State
  • Bastyr University is a sister school with Shanghai University of Traditional Medicine in China
  • Bastyr Center received more than 34,000 patient visits last year