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Jun
25
Monday, 2018
General
Jun
26
Tuesday, 2018
Admissions

Join Nutrition & Exercise Science Chair Debra Boutin, MS, RD as she discusses Bastyr's four different Master of Science in Nutrition (MSN) programs.

Jun
26
Tuesday, 2018
Admissions

Join faculty member Wendy Gordon, CPM, LM, MPH as she discusses Bastyr's Master of Science in Midwifery program.

Jun
26
Tuesday, 2018
Admissions

Join Nutrition & Exercise Science Chair Debra Boutin, MS, RD as she discusses Bastyr's three different Bachelor of Science in Nutrition programs.

Jun
28
Thursday, 2018
Admissions

Overview of Bastyr's Bachelor of Science in Health Psychology program options.

Jun
28
Thursday, 2018
Admissions

Join Dietetic Internship Director Chair Debra Boutin, MS, RD as she discusses the Bastyr University Dietetic Internship program.

Jun
29
Friday, 2018
Admissions

More and more states are licensing Naturopathic Medicine doctors to practice all the time.

Jul
03
Tuesday, 2018
Admissions

Join Program Director Rebecca Achterman, PhD to learn more about the approach and curriculum of this progressive program.

Jul
10
Tuesday, 2018
Admissions

Join Department Chair Sheila Kingsbury to learn about Bastyr's Herbal Sciences undergraduate program.

Jul
11
Wednesday, 2018
Continuing Education

<p>Learn the basics of fermentation in this fun and educational program. Join Bastyr University Nutrition Faculty Fernanda Larson, MS, CN for this three class program that will teach you the basics of fermenting foods. In this program you will learn how to make a variety of ferments including pickles, krauts, dairy, drinks and grains. Learn the health benefits of fermented foods, how to source and troubleshoot your own ferments, and ways to incorporate more fermented foods in your life. This course is delivered in three sessions.
First session starts Wednesday July 11, 2018 and repeats Wednesday July 18 and July 25, 2018
Course Time: 5:30pm to 7:00pm</p>

Audit a Class @ Bastyr

Did you know that you (the general public) can take many of the University's regular academic courses, 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.