It can be hard to find a university that’s as multi-faceted as you are. For 40 years Bastyr has been producing wellness industry leaders who are changing the world. If your path to your dream education is leading you here, we’ll be with you every step of the way.
If you’ve applied to or are attending UBSNM and are seeking alternative pathways to becoming a naturopathic doctor, we may be able to assist you at Bastyr. We know that you are seeking an exceptional education that integrates health, science and nature, and we would love to help guide you along that journey. Our Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine program develops leaders in the evolving field of natural medicine. To facilitate a smooth application process, take the first step to get in touch with our ND Admissions Advisor, Nancy Desmond.
If you’ve applied to or were enrolled in SDAI’s Culinary Arts program and are now seeking alternative pathways to a thriving culinary career, we may be able to assist you at Bastyr. Our San Diego Campus offers an exceptional Nutrition and Culinary Arts education that integrates health, science and nature. We would love to help you turn your calling into your career. To facilitate a smooth application and transfer process, take the first step to get in touch with our San Diego Admissions Advisor, Channon Rosencrans.
This unique program provides students with the most direct route to an accredited bachelor’s degree in the health sciences. Students start at Cascadia College, where they earn an Associate of Integrated Studies Degree. Students then graduate from Bastyr with a Bachelor of Science degree in one of seven majors in the natural health sciences. Learn more.
Bastyr's partnership with Straighterline offers new Bastyr students a $250 per-quarter tuition discount if they transfer with four or more StraighterLine courses. Bastyr will also waive the application fee for students who qualify for this partner scholarship. Visit StraighterLine for more information about this opportunity.
Bastyr University accepts graduate transfer credits earned at accredited colleges and universities. If you have completed a professional program such as chiropractic, allopathic or osteopathic medicine, you may be eligible for advanced standing. Additionally, if you have attended but not graduated from similar graduate or professional programs, such as acupuncture and Oriental medicine, you may be eligible to transfer your credits. Naturopathic Medicine applicants seeking transfer credit will be required to pay a $150 transfer evaluation fee, Acupuncture and East Asian Medicine, and Midwifery applicants will be required to pay a $100 transfer evaluation fee. Please see the Transfer into a Graduate Degree page for detailed information and policies.
Because Bastyr University is an upper-division institution, all undergraduates are transfer students who have completed undergraduate coursework elsewhere. The University accepts undergraduate transfer credits earned at any regionally accredited college or university as long as the courses are similar in content and taught at the same level as courses at Bastyr University.
You may transfer a maximum of 135 quarter credits or 90 semester credits toward an undergraduate degree at the University. You must have at least a 2.50 cumulative grade point average, with a grade of C (2.0) or better in all required courses. Please see the Transfer into an Undergraduate Degree page for detailed information and policies.
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