College of Naturopathic Medicine

Leaders. Innovators. Researchers.

Sonoran University has the only accredited, full-time, four-year doctor of naturopathic medicine degree program in the Southwest. Our innovative curriculum consists of rigorous academic study and extensive supervised clinical experiences in a variety of settings, including our on-site Medical Center and Neil Riordan Center for Regenerative Medicine. In addition to exposure to the widest scope of naturopathic therapies[1], you will also learn the same basic sciences as you would in a conventional medical program. Clinical milestones are achieved throughout the program and provide the appropriate progression of medical education for graduates to become successful naturopathic physicians. Plus, you’ll be qualified to sit for the NPLEX board examination.[2]

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An application fee waiver will be considered once you have completed a transcript pre-evaluation to the naturopathic medicine degree program.

Please contact your admissions representative for more information.

*$115 Fee Waiver Value. Applications submitted through NDCAS do not apply.

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Meet the Dean

Jessica Mitchell, ND

Dean, College of Naturopathic Medicine

At Sonoran University, Dr. Mitchell has served in a variety of administrative roles including Residency Director and Associate Dean of Clinical Education.  Throughout her career, Dr. Mitchell has collaborated with researchers from ASU on the biomedical treatment of autism.

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