AMCH programs are licensed by the Arizona Board of Private Postsecondary Education. AMCH is institutionally accredited through the Accreditation Commission on Homeopathic Education in North America. The AMCH Viewbook provides an overview and summary of AMCH Programs. Potential students can sign up to visit a class or enroll in a single class rather than an entire program (non-matriculation). The ebook Choosing a Career in Homeopathic Medicine provides an introduction to homeopathic education and the reasons for pursuing a career in homeopathic medicine.
The Acute Care Program offers a 40-hour introductory class in homeopathic medicine. This program is campus based and available in multiple locations throughout the United States.
This program is a 35-hour asynchronous online program that provides an overview and introduction to integrative medicine for physicians who wish to sit for the Arizona Homeopathic and Integrative Medicine licensing exam.
This program is expected to become available in 2014.
The introduction to Homeopathic Medicine Program in Afghanistan is an 80 hour program that includes two courses: a 40 hour Introduction to Homeopathic Medicine and a 40 Introduction to the Homeopathic Treatment of Cancer. This is a synchronous online program desgined for physicians in Afghanistan.
AMCH offers a variety of preceptorships for medical students, naturopathic physicians, nurse practitioners and residents from other programs. These range in length from one day to one month.
Dual Programs (Acupuncture and Research)
We offer two dual programs. The dual program with the Phoenix Institute of Herbal Medicine and Acpuncture is a combined program in Acupuncture and Homeopathic Medicine. The dual program with Arizona State University is a combined program in research and homeoapthic medicine.
AMCH has placed its Doctor of Homeopathic Medicine Program on hold until 2015 (see below for more information). It has plans to form a Homeopathic Medical Assistant Program
Learn more about the future Homeopathic Medical Assistant Program