The Master of Science in Therapeutic Herbalism is designed to be completed in as little as two years in a hybrid format.
Both areas of concentration are offered as hybrid programs, blending online coursework and face-to-face experience. The clinic program requires a four-day orientation retreat in the Baltimore/Washington, DC region. The herbal product design requires students to attend two three day weekend intensives on campus for a portion of the QA course. Additional coursework may be offered on campus, and two courses offer optional face-to-face field trip opportunities (HRB 635a and HRB 635b). See the Curriculum and Schedule of Courses for more information.
Disclaimer: This program is offered as a cohort. Courses must be taken in the recommended sequence. If you are unable to follow the plan of study, it is your responsibility to check the course catalog to identify prerequisites and when courses will be offered. It is highly recommended that you work with your academic advisor on any modifications. Failure to do so may result in significant delays completing the program and/or limited course availability in some trimesters which could impact financial aid eligibility.