Northwestern Health Sciences is a private university located in Bloomington, Minnesota in the Minneapolis-St. Paul Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 61 undergraduate students. The Northwestern Health Sciences acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Biology and Massage Therapy and Bodywork. Graduating 67% of students, Northwestern Health Sciences alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $34,500.
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My overall experience at Northwestern is great. I recently graduated with a bachelor's degree in Human Biology and now I am enrolled in the ACM program for my master's degree. Professors and staff here are friendly and want you to succeed. The organization here though is lacking, for an example we are using two different Moodles which is annoying to login into two different sites for classes.
The administration takes a lot of pride in its "science-based curriculum", but I really think it is a hod over form the days when chiropractic was not a well-respected healthcare profession. The administration is not at all supportive and it is kind of a sink or swim culture. They are more authoritarian than supportive, treating students like they are the enemy rather that trying to find ways to hep them succeed. I would absolutely NOT recommend this program. Yes, the boards require science, but the profession requires you to act like a human being.
Everything about it is awesome! There are no dorms though but they do show you places in the are where you can live with fellow students. In general it's just awesome!