2019 Fall Trimester

About The University

Northwestern Health Sciences University was organized in 1999 to provide education, research, clinical care and community service in natural health care disciplines. Northwestern offers its students leadership in educational program standards, a commitment to limited enrollment and an emphasis on ethical, successful practice. The University accepts the challenge of extending this leadership role to meet its new and broader mission and purposes.

The University is comprised of:

  • The College of Chiropractic, offering the Doctor of Chiropractic degree;

  • The College of Health and Wellness, offering the Master of Acupuncture, Master of Chinese Medicine, Herbal Medicine Certificate, a professional massage therapy certificate program and Associate in Applied Sciences degree, a Bachelor of Science in Human Biology degree completion program, a Post- Baccalaureate Pre-Health program, and a Master of Health Science in Applied Clinical Nutrition;

  • The Centers for Research and Innovation, including the Wolfe-Harris Center for Clinical Studies and the Center for Healthcare Innovation and Policy;

  • The University clinic system, including the Northwestern Health Clinic Bloomington, the DeRusha Learning Center, Integrative Clinic of Minnesota, Salvation Army Harbor Light Clinic, the Human Performance Center and the Sweere Center for Clinical Biomechanics and Applied Ergonomics (WorkSiteRight);

  • The University central administration and services, including Admissions, Alumni Relations, Career Services, Continuing Education, Foot Levelers Bookstore, Greenawalt Library, Human Resources, Information Technology, Marketing, Registrar, Financial Aid, and Student Affairs.