001.at benzinga.com, we're told
“StraighterLine and Bastyr University Announce Partnership Offering Degree Completion Options for Students” (2016-12-22) [2016 archived]:
“'Bastyr University provides a stellar education for students seeing degrees in the natural health sciences,'says StraighterLine Founder and CEO Burck Smith. 'Through this partnership, Bastyr students will have more options for earning the credits they need for a Bastyr degree—while saving time as well as money' […] Bastyr University is a nonprofit, private university offering graduate and undergraduate degrees, with a multidisciplinary curriculum in science-based natural medicine […] since its inception in 1978, Bastyr University has been a pioneer in science-based natural medicine [...]”;
so, a categorical SCIENCE claim. When your product is falsely categorically labeled, I don't think you are saving much of anything.
002. for instance in terms of nonsense particularly AT Bastyr:
002.a. here's a categorical claim of science upon ALL their programs;
002.b. including homeopathy falsely claimed as "particularly effective";
002.c. beware of such "stellar education" opportunities!