Bachelor’s, master’s, doctorate, and/or PhD degrees in Holistic, Alternative, Natural and/or Integrative Medicine issued from Quantum University are NOT equivalent or comparable to a Doctor of Medicine Degree (M.D.) or a Doctor in Naturopathy Degree (ND). Only Medical or Naturopathic Doctor Universities with residential education accredited by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME) or the Council on Naturopathic Medical Education (CNME) can issue MD or ND degrees.

Quantum University’s course materials and any recommendations therein, as well as any recommendations made by faculty members, instructors, and/or staff, are provided for educational purposes only and are not intended to replace diagnosis and/or treatment by licensed medical practitioners. Quantum University publishes the materials (video presentations, case studies, PowerPoint slides, discussions, etc.) in good faith with the belief that they are accurate. However, because the use of the published materials by others is outside Quantum University’s control, it cannot guarantee the effectiveness of this information and does not accept any liability for the use or misuse of this information.

Any certificates, diplomas, and degrees from Quantum University or any Board Certifications acquired after (by) graduating from a degree program at Quantum University do not constitute a license to practice medicine or naturopathy and do not entitle graduates to any state, provincial, or federal licensure.

Quantum University is an education provider and does not issue board or other certifications or licenses to practice. Quantum University graduates must not represent themselves as licensed medical practitioners or naturopathic doctors, nor use practitioner titles unless the student has been conferred such titles by completing their studies with Quantum UJniversity. Additionally, they must not claim to treat, diagnose, cure, or prescribe.

Quantum University strongly advises students and graduates to avoid any professional conduct that could be interpreted as examining, diagnosing, or treating clients for any disease or disorder, injury, physical, and/or mental condition. In addition, students of Quantum University understand that diagnosing disease, dispensing drugs, and/or performing surgeries can only be done by formally trained and licensed medical professionals.

If you are a licensed practitioner, you must first and foremost comply with all Licensing Board and State regulations that may apply to your specific practice, including any required State Registration.

Quantum University is not responsible for a student’s or graduate’s actions or for the interpretation or misinterpretation of any international, federal, provincial, state, and/or local laws. All students and graduates must consult their own local and state legislature as well as all federal and state licensing or certification boards for the exact laws pertaining to their scope of practice and the practice of medicine and naturopathy. If you are interested in pursuing a career in natural and integrative medicine, you should consult with the appropriate certification boards to assure that your credentials will allow you to achieve your professional goals.