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Master of Oriental Medicine


The Master of Oriental Medicine degree is awarded upon successful completion of a total of 3120 hours/ 175.5 semester credits of training. This includes a comprehensive curriculum of 36 months of training. The degree program consists of the following components and individual subject hours:

 

TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE
945 hours / 63 semester credits
This course emphasizes the theoretical concepts of Traditional Chinese Medicine and the practical application of the theoretical presentations in Treatment and Needling Technique. Taoist Medicine consists of the unique disciplines and special techniques of Taoist diagnosis and healing.
Thus:

 

HERBAL MEDICINE
540 hours / 36 semester credits

In Herbal Medicine students gain the knowledge and use of over 300 individual herbs and 150 formulas.

 

CLINICAL TRAINING AND INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

960 hours / 32 semester credits

During the Clinical Training and Internship, students learn all phases of patient care in preparation for independent professional practice of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.

 

ETHICS AND PRACTICE MANAGEMENT
135 hours / 9 semester credits

Included in this program are courses in Medical Ethics and Practice Management.

 
BIOMEDICAL CLINICAL SCIENCES
540 hours / 36 semester credits
In Biomedical Clinical Sciences, students are taught the core concepts of Western Medicine.

 

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