What You Can Do with an MS in Mind-Body Medicine
All the specializations in Mind-Body Medicine support career and professional goals across a broad spectrum of integrative healthcare occupations. The masters degree is ideal for individuals engaged in private practice or employed in a variety of organizational environments who are interested in health and wellness coaching, serve as health educators teaching self-care concepts, or are interested applying holistic health principles in a variety of organizational settings.
Our programs offer options for those interested primarily in the practice of mind-body medicine, as well as those interested in pursuing integrative medicine research and academic teaching in mind-body medicine.
Whether you are a mid-career professional seeking to enhance your existing skills, or an individual seeking to transition to a new career path, our programs provide a comprehensive overview of the integrative health field combined with core skills training.
If you are currently pursuing a career in one of the occupations below or aspire to do so, our program can help you make a difference and advance along your chosen path.
- Acupuncturist/Traditional Chinese Medicine
- Administrator in a Healthcare Setting
- Behavioral and Substance Abuse Counselor
- Clinical Psychologist
- Community Health Practitioner/Administrator
- Educational Counselor
- Healthcare Administrator
- Health Educator
- Health Psychologist
- Health & Wellness Coach
- Licensed Professional Counselor
- Marriage and Family Therapist
- Massage Therapist
- Mental Health Professional
- Occupational Therapist
- Organizational Consultant to Healthcare
- Pastoral/Spiritual Counselor
- Physical Therapist
- Physician Assistant
- Public Health Educator
- Social Worker