I am appalled at the number of colleges (usually ex-polytechnics rather than long-established universities) that are offering courses on 'complementary medicines' -- that is, quackery.
If you go to http://www.luton.ac.uk/courses/bysubject/heacar/fd-comthe
, you'll find one at Luton; http://www.salford.ac.uk/course-finder/course/327
for one at Salford Uni. There are many others if you do some searching.
The Salford one has a brilliant bit:
'If you complete all of the homeopathy modules in the degree you will be able to apply for entry into year two of the four-year part-time homeopathy professional training programme at the North West College of Homeopathy in Manchester. You will also receive a certificate in Homeopathic First Aid.'
What's homeopathic first aid, throwing a pail of water over a casualty?
I find it very disturbing that such quackery is taught in colleges, and are advertised alongside legitimate health and medical courses, also with no warning that they are scientifically unproven.