Doctor of Science in Oriental Medicine

National College of Natural Medicine
United States
Qualification
Doctoral Degree (PhD)
Study mode
Full-time
Duration
4 years
Intakes
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Tuition fee (local)
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Tuition fee (foreign)
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Curriculum

  • Classical Chinese Medicine Immersion Retreat 
  • Foundations of Classical Chinese Medicine
  • Acu-Moxa Points
  • Acu-Moxa Techniques
  • Acu-Moxa Anatomy
  • Palpation and Perception I – III Practicum
  • Herbs I – VI with Practicum 
  • Evidence-Informed Practice
  • Business of Chinese Medicine
  • Introduction to Clinic
  • Qigong Retreat and Practicum
  • Cosmology and Symbolism
  • Chinese Pathology
  • Asian Bodywork
  • Biomedicine 
  • Practitioner Cultivation
  • Immunology 
  • Clinical Observation Rotation
  • Clinical Medicine
  • Auricular Points 
  • Advanced Acu-Moxa Techniques
  • Chinese Medical Psychology
  • Nutrition 
  • Applied Palpation and Perception 
  • Clinical and Physical Diagnosis 
  • Public Health Policy
  • Clinical Case Presentation
  • Clinical Mentoring Rotation
  • Pre-Internship Rotation
  • Physiology of Acupuncture
  • Acu-Moxa Board Review
  • Taiji I – III Practicum 
  • Traditional Mentorship Tutorial
  • Internship Case Presentation
  • Herbs Review/Medicinary Practicum
  • Community Education 
  • Clinical Internship Rotation
  • Electives
  • Classical Texts
  • Chinese History and Culture 
  • CCM View of Biomedicine
  • Imaginal and Experiential Inquiries
  • Shanghanlun/Jingui yaolüe
  • Advanced Cosmology and Symbolism
  • Bridging East and West
  • Healthcare Landscape
  • Doctoral Capstone Tutorial and Mentorship

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