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Masters Program

 

Earn a Master Degree On-line through the College of Integrative Medicine and Efhre International University

 

Who is Efhre International University? 

Efhre International University (EIU) is a virutal campus that is recognized as a higher education university within the European Union and other territories* listed below.  Through its International School of Medicine, EIU offers an impressive catalog of university degrees that have adapted to new technologies, information, and communication, with special attention to postgraduate programs with affordable self-financing. 

EIU responds to the great demand of continuous medical-dental training (FMOC) with international recognition for structured teaching with a focus on postgraduate programs. For those who wish to pursue their doctorate degree, EIU offers the theorectical requirements and works together with health care facilities for students to complete their practical requirements within the European Union and other territories.  EIU offers highly qualified professors and teachers who use the most advanced technical resources in providing cutting edge information in the health care industry. 

Who is the Chair of Longevity?

In collaboration with EIU, The Chair of Longevity's Educational Programs offer continuing education in: Age management, Integrative and Functional Medicine, Regenerative Medicine, and Precision Medicine.  By offering the best of evidence-based knowledge through cost-effective programs their mission is to improve treatment outcomes with a global reach.  Programs focus on the areas of diagnosis, testing, treatment, and prevention with emphasis on lifestyle, environment, laboratory evaluations, genomic and epigenomics, and other molecular studies.  For more information on The Chair of Longevity: 

http://ai-longevityzone.com/WP/

Master of Integrative and Functional Medicine

EIU and CIM have collaborated to offer you a Master of Integrative and Functional Medicine totally on line at EIU (https://eiu.edu.bz/cursos/masterintegrative/).  Through EIU, students earn the required 60 credits to obtain their Master of Integrative and Functional Medicine.  These 60 credits are equivalent to the 300-hour Certified Integrative Health Care Practitioner Program offered at the College of Integrative Medicine, along with the addition of required course assignments, and are broken down as follows:

300 Hours Masters Program Curriculum

25 credits

Prepare and Present (2) Case Studies

 5 credits

Write (10) Articles w/Peer Review References

 5 credits

Required Reading (250 hours)

10 credits

Final Project (Thesis)

15 credits

Total Credits

60

 

Minimum Access Requirements

Eligibility for enrollment in the Master of Integrative and Functional Medicine program requires a Doctorate, Bachelor of Arts, or Bachelor of Science Degree.

Earning Dual Credentials: Diplomate in Nutrition through the American Clinical Board of Nutrition

Because the College of Integrative Medicine and its 300 hour curriculum is approved as a continuing education provider of the ACBN, graduates of the Master of Integrative and Functional Medicine that hold a Doctorate Degree are eligible to sit for the Diplomate in Nutrition board examination through the American Clinical Board of Nutrition (ACBN.org). (Clinicians holding a Doctorate outside of the U.S must have earned their doctorate through a univeristy that is comparable to a U.S univeristy and its educational standards)

*Other Territories Recognized in Europe 

  • USA  (Pending)
  • LATAM
  • Indonesia
  • Europe
  • Middle East
  • Commonwealth

Post Nominal Credentials

Graduates of the Master of Integrative and Functional Medicine program earn the post nominal credentials of MS.  Although the program is pending approval as a Masters program in the United States, there is generallly no restrictriction on the use of an MS earned through an approved foreign entity for United States graduates.  EIU and CIM highly recommends that you check with your US state regulatory board to confirm the use of MS as a post nominal credential is not restricted. 

Example: graduates earning an MD in Europe may use the credentials when moving to the United States, however, they are restricted from practicing as an MD until they meet specific US continuing education requirements. 

Already a graduate of the College of Integrative Medicine? 

Clinicians who have completed the Certified Integrative Health Care Practitioner program at the College of Integrative Medicine are eligible to apply for the Master of Integrative and Functional Medicine.  Because you have already completed the course content, you will be required to complete additional assignments (Case Study(s), Articles, and Final Project) and take the Master of Integrative and Functional Medicine Final Examination.  There is a $1500 examination fee.  

For more information, please email: 

Europe:

International University of Efhre

abaroni@eiu.edu.bz

United States:

College of Integrative Medicine

info@CollegeofIntegrativeMedicine.org. (English)

paulina@CollegeofIntegrativeMedicine.org. (Spanish)