Thank you for considering AMCofH at PIHMA for your homeopathic education. We would love to have your join our team and encourage anyone who is interested to apply. Listed below are requirements for each of our programs and courses.
Homeopathic Practitioner Program
All applicants must possess an Associate’s degree with a minimum GPA of 2.5 in all post-secondary work. For exceptions please click here.
Non-medically licensed applicants must also successfully complete the following course work either during or prior to the program at an accredited or approved college:
- Anatomy: 3-semester credits (33 hours of lecture)
- Physiology: 3-semester credits (33 hours of lecture)
- Pathophysiology: 4-semester credits (40 hours of lecture)
- CPR Training
Prerequisite courses taken over seven years ago are subject to review. Classes can be completed prior to or concurrent with the program, as co-requisites.
Off-campus students enrolled in the Homeopathic Practitioner Program are required to have a computer with high-speed internet access and basic computer familiarity.
For more information about our Homeopathic Practitioner Program click here.
Clinical Homeopathy 150-Hour Program
There are no requirements to join our Clinical Homeopathy 150-Hour Program. To learn more about this program click here.
40-Hour Acute Care Course
There are no requirements to join our 40-Hour Acute Care Course. To learn more about the course click here.
In order to join our physicians course you must have you medical licensure.
To learn more about our Physicians Course click here.
In addition to the requirements for US citizens, international applicants must also meet the following requirements:
- International transcript evaluation (for all work completed in a foreign country); Foreign transcripts must be translated and evaluated by an approved international transcript evaluation service. Fees for the service are the responsibility of the applicant.
- Satisfy visa application requirements by completing a financial guarantee form and proving evidence of adequate financial resources to cover the anticipated cost of study. Sufficient funds must cover the cost of the first year of school, books, students’ fees, and all living expenses.
- PIHMA CPED reserves the right to require international applicants whose first language is not English to take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) exam. PIHMA CPED requires a score of 550 on the written exam or 213 on the computer exam.
Applicants who are unable to confirm completion of prior postsecondary education must apply to the International Education Research Foundation (http://ierf.org/) or World Education Services (http://www.wes.org/) for a statement of educational equivalency as part of their application. The student is responsible for paying for the cost of this service.
Applicants with Disabilities
Applicants are selected regardless of race, gender, age, religion, national or ethnic origin, sexual orientation, marital status, disabilities, or any other protected class under local, state, or federal law. In accordance with Section 504 of the 1974 Vocational Rehabilitation Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) (Public Law-101-336), PIHMA CPED has established the aforementioned essential functions of medical students and physicians. PIHMA CPED must ensure that patients are not placed in jeopardy by students or physicians as a result of substantially impaired intellectual, physical, or emotional functions. Students will be assessed not only on their scholastic accomplishments but also in their physical and emotional capacities to meet the full requirements of the curriculum and to graduate as skilled and effective practitioners of homeopathic medicine. Applicants who believe they may not meet the criteria listed above should contact the Office of Admissions to discuss his or her specific circumstances. The Office will coordinate assessment and accommodations as deemed appropriate.