Description

Students complete three 0.5 credit supervised internships. The internships can take place in a variety of ways. You may link each trimester’s internship with a singular focus in developing a specific expertise or use it to explore multiple areas in the field of herbal medicine. For students with access to campus you have options in the MUIH dispensary, gardens, local companies or practitioners, or working on faculty research projects. Any external organization a student wishes to intern with must be pre-approved by the academic director. For students interested in a long term project, this course can be used to introduce them to the practical and research application of herbal medicine; herbal product manufacturing elements, including growing/wildcrafting, QC and QA; or herbal education projects. Prerequisite: HRB 650 Professional Career Trajectory

Schedule

Course Programs

  • Master of Science Herbal Product Design
  • Master of Science in Therapeutic Herbalism

Course Details

Course Code
HRB 690c
Primary Instructor
John Courie
Credits
1.50
Start Date
01/10/2021
End Date
04/17/2021
Location
Online
Method
Online Course