Campus Show all Washington California Area of Study Show all Acupuncture and East Asian Medicine Exercise Science & Wellness Health Psychology Herbal Sciences Holistic Landscape Design Integrated Human Biology Midwifery & Birth Professions Naturopathic Medicine Nutrition Public Health Level of Study Show all Bachelor's Completion Undergraduate Entry Option Master's Doctoral Post-Baccalaureate Certificate Non-Degree Programs Apply Doctor of Acupuncture The Doctorate in Acupuncture (DAc) is a first professional doctoral program for acupuncturists who wish to gain a higher level of skills in advanced diagnostic studies, collaborative and integrative care, and professional development that this growing field is demanding. The program is designed to train acupuncturists to the highest level of competency in an entry level degree. Campus: Kenmore, Washington Learn More Doctor of Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine The Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (DAOM) degree is a regionally and professionally accredited clinical doctorate program developed for licensed acupuncturists to address the current trend of increased collaboration between acupuncturists, physicians and other health care providers. Length of Program: 2 years, full time. Campus: Kenmore, Washington Learn More Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine The naturopathic doctor (ND) degree program integrates both scientific and holistic viewpoints in a rigorous, science-based natural medicine curriculum. The program includes more than 4,100 hours of didactic and clinical instruction. Length of Program: Four years for full-time students, five years for the extended track or dual-degree options. Campus: Kenmore, Washington, and San Diego, California. Learn More Now accepting applications for summer and fall 2019 Nutrition programs Apply now for Summer or Fall, 2019 APPLY NOW Audit Classes Did you know you can take many of the University's regular academic courses before you are admitted, assuming extra seats are available and you have the required prerequisites? You can either audit classes or take them for credit. These 11-week classes, usually held on weekdays, are available in the nutrition, culinary arts, exercise science, health psychology and herbal sciences programs. See a list of courses you can audit.