The History of Bastyr University (Seattle Midwifery School)
Bastyr University's midwifery program is designed to educate and inspire leaders in midwifery and maternal health systems. The program was launched in 2009 as a result of the merger with Seattle Midwifery School, which had been a leader in educating childbirth professionals for more than 30 years. Today, having grown to now offer two master's degree programs, we are proud to see our graduates in leadership roles throughout the U.S. and Canada.
Bastyr offers bachelor's completion, master's, combined undergraduate/masters, doctoral, and certificate programs. Average first-year cost (tuition, fees, and books) not including room and board for undergraduate programs is $26,523, and for the doctorate in naturopathic medicine is $39,589.Bastyr presents itself as the "Harvard of naturopathic medicine.
Life in Bastyr University (Seattle Midwifery School)
Bastyr University (Seattle Midwifery School) world rank 2309
- Peter J. D'Adamo - an author and member of Bastyr University's first graduating naturopathic class
- Britt Marie Hermes - a 2011 graduate of the doctorate of naturopathic medicine program who went on to practice for three years in Washington and Arizona before becoming an outspoken critic of homeopathy and naturopathic medicine
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