NDMU to Add Healthcare Education Offerings with Impending Merger of Graduate Integrative Health Programs

May 2, 2024

Notre Dame of Maryland University is moving closer to a planned integration of graduate-level programs from the Maryland University of Integrative Health (MUIH) into a new School of Integrative Health at NDMU, adding to NDMU’s already robust health sciences offerings.

The two institutions announced completion of the acquisition transaction in February 2024, which precedes the final regulatory approvals ultimately leading to a merger of MUIH’s programs into NDMU.

Following the anticipated merger in 2025, NDMU would become the nation’s first comprehensive university to have a school dedicated to integrative health. The School of Integrative Health at NDMU will support the interprofessional understanding needed for effective collaboration between integrative health and conventional healthcare fields to support the health and well-being of individuals and communities.

“As a leader in healthcare education, NDMU is expanding its distinctive brand of educating the next generation of healthcare leaders and caregivers,” said Dr. Marylou Yam, president of NDMU. “Healthcare professionals play a vital role in supporting the overall health of our communities, and this impending merger positions NDMU to continue to be at the forefront of addressing community needs with its educational offerings.”

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