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College of Animal
Homeopathic Medicine

233 Seymour River Place
North Vancouver, BC, V7H 2N8
T: 604.983.0987


PUPS.jpgAdmission Requirements

Due to the high volume of interested in our program from people who do not meet our current admissions criteria, we are in the process of expanding our program and our admission requirements to address this demand. Please contact us for more details.

CANDIDATES

Candidates will be required to have one of the following designations in order to be accepted: Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM), Professional Homeopath (DCH, CCH, RCSHom, RSHom or equivalent) or Veterinary Technician (AHT or equivalent).

DVM Candidates
CAHM's HPTG Program is open to Doctors of Veterinary Medicine. This program is designed to train students in the practice of animal homeopathy by teaching a solid foundation in the fundamental principles and philosophies of homeopathic medicine as it is applied to animals. DVM candidates will be eligible to sit the LFHom (end of Year 2) and VetMFHom (after Year 3) examinations.

Professional Homeopath (DCH, CCH, RCSHom, RSHom) Candidates
CAHM's HPTG Program and CAHM's Animal Science Program are open to Professional Homeopaths with DCH, CCH, RCSHom, RSHom or equivalent designations. Homeopaths who do not have one of these designations may be required to write a qualifying entrance exam. Professional Homeopaths will be required to complete both CAHM's HPTG and Animal Science Programs in order to graduate from CAHM.

AHT/Veterinary Technician Candidates
CAHM's HPTG Program and CAHM's Animal Science Program are open to Veterinary Technicians that hold an AHT or equivalent. Veterinary Technicians with an AHT designation will not be required to take CAHM's Animal Science Program unless they have been out of practice for a significant period of time. Veterinary Technicians without an AHT designation may be required to write a qualifying entrance exam to determine whether they are eligible to bypass CAHM's Animal Science Program. In addition, in order to graduate from CAHM, all AHT/Vet Tech candidates will be required to complete a full program in Homeopathy and certification at a school approved by CAHM. Attendance at the approved homeopathic school may occur concurrently with attendance at CAHM. Prior to entering second year at CAHM, these candidates will be required to have completed at least the first year foundation course in the approved homeopathic school.


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