Masters and Bachelors Program at NSA "Vassil Levski" University, Sofia, Bulgaria
A MASTER OF SCIENCE DEGREE AND A BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE PROGRAM IN HOMEOPATHIC THERAPY
The NSA "Vassil Levski" in Sofia, Bulgaria, a member of Sofia's Universities
is a university level educational institution, granted full state accreditation
with 60 years of experience in the field of Physical Education, Sports and
The NSA has created new programs at the Department of Olympism, Ecology and Health, Section of Health Sciences. These new curriculae
programs have been accredited by the National Agency of Assessment and
Accreditation of higher schools and will give a Bachelor/Master of
Homeopathy (5 year program) to new students of Homeopathy and Master
of Science (2 year program) in Homeopathic Therapy to those already
holding a medical, veterinary, dental, physiotherapy/kinesitherapy,
The Masters Program will bestow a Masters of Science Diploma in Homeopathic Therapy and will be starting in December 2002. A summary of
the course is given below:
The course will be divided into six modules of study.
The 1st Module entitled Basics of Homeopathic Therapy I is comprised of
the History of Homeopathy, Study of Hahnemann's major work - The
Organon (6th ed.), Basics of Quantum Physics and how they relate to
Homeopathy, a Biophysics Model of the Organism and its Pathology, the
Clinical Provings, the Law of Similars, the differential diagnostic
The 2nd Module entitled Basics of Homeopathic Therapy II is comprised of
Study of the Polychrests (major Homeopathic remedies,) Study of Works by
other leading Master Homeopaths I, Differential Diagnosis of Major Rubrics,
Treatment of Acute diseases, Treatment of Chronic diseases, the Handling
of the first, second and third Prescription.
The 3rd Module has two parts. The A part is Research and Experimental
Setups and the B part is Polychrests, live and paper cases. The A part
consists of, Setting up Clinical Double Blind trials in Homeopathy, Lab and
cell culture studies, physical chemical studies or basic research in
Homeopathy. The B part is comprised of Study of works by other leading
master Homeopaths II, Study of polychrests, live and paper cases.
The 4th Module has two parts. The A part is Clinical case taking - live and
paper cases and the B part is Homeopathic Specialization. The A part is
comprised of study of smaller homeopathic remedies I and I, study of
Computer Expert Systems, Differential diagnosis of Major rubrics, Live and
paper cases. The B part is specifically pinpointing major and minor
remedies in pathologies in Pediatrics, Obstetrics/Gynecology, Otorhinolaryngology.
The 5th Module is entitled Clinical Case taking. It is comprised of Study
of the Polychrests, Live and Paper Cases, Handling of difficult cases,
Review of Different Schools of Homeopathy and Future Medicine - Review of
other methods of therapy analogous to Homeopathy.
Module 6 is the Master's Thesis.
Those eligible for the Masters of Science in Homeopathic Therapy are
persons who hold valid, accredited degrees in Medicine, Dentistry,
Physiotherapy, Veterinary Medicine and Pharmaceutical Science. Thus
medical doctors, dentists, kinesitherapists/physiotherapists, veterinarians
and pharmacists are eligible to follow this program. Thus if you want to
broaden your horizons of medical knowledge and be part of preventive and
non-aggressive health care, you can register for the Master of Science
course in Homeopathic Therapy. At the end of 720 contact hours of
Homeopathic theoretical and clinical study you will receive a Masters
Diploma in Homeopathic Therapy that will be state/govt. approved and
The Director of the program is Professor Alexandra N. Delinick, M.D., MHom. Professor Delinick has many years of experience and study in
Homeopathy and has been General Secretary of Research for the International Medical Homeopathic League (1995-98), Research Director for
the Hellenic Medical Homeopathic Society, Research Director for George
Vithoulkas' Center of Homeopathic Medicine in Athens, ex-Assistant to
George Vithoulkas and Executive/Research Editor for the "European Journal
of Classical Homeopathy."
The Master of Science Course will begin in December 2002. The course will
be given one three day weekend per month, on Friday, Saturday and
Sunday. The dates will be announced at the beginning of the program. Each
day will consist of 9 contact hours of lessons, thus 27 contact hours of
lessons in one three day weekend.
The cost of the Master of Science Course for foreign students will be 3000 Euro per year.
The curriculum of the Master of Science Course will bestow upon the
student a Master of Science Diploma at the end of the two year study and
will fulfill all aspects of Homeopathic theory, practice and research. The
course will invite other well known teachers of Homeopathy to participate
and will act as a forum for Homeopathy worldwide.
Unfortunately the Masters in
Homeopathy Therapy has been discontinued by the university due
to a change in rectors and policy of the university.