Curriculum

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CURRICULUM

 

DIDACTIC TRAINING (240 CREDITS / 2,400 HOURS)

 

WESTERN MEDICINE & CLINICAL SCIENCE

Total:           60 CREDIT HOURS / 600 CLOCK HOURS

 

*(3 units/30 hour for classroom lectures for each subject)

 

Course #

Description

   Credits

WS 200

HUMAN BIOLOGY

     3

WS 202

CHEMISTRY

     3

WS 204

PHYSICS

     3

WS 206

PSYCHOLOGY & COUNSELING

     3

WS 300

ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I

     3

WS 302

ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II

     3

WS 304

ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY III

     3

WS 306

ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY IV

     3

WS 308

WESTERN MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY

     3

WS 400

SURVEY OF WESTERN MEDICINE I

     3

WS 402

SURVEY OF WESTERN MEDICINE II

     3

WS 404

PATHOLOGY I

     3

WS 406

PATHOLOGY II

     3

WS 408

PATHOLOGY III

     3

WS 410

WESTERN PHARMACOLOGY

     3

WS 412

WESTERN CLINICAL PRACTICE I

     3

WS 414

WESTERN CLINICAL PRACTICE II

     3

WS 416

WESTERN PHYSICAL ASSESSMENT

     3

WS 426

BIONUTRITION

     3

WS 430

MEDICAL RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

     3

TOTAL

 

     60

 

ORIENTAL MEDICINE THEORY, HISTORY AND PRACTICE

Total:           75 units / 750 HOURS (3 units/30 hours for classroom lectures for each subject)

 

Course #

Description

  Credits

OM 300

INTRODUCTION TO ORIENTAL MEDICINE I

     3

OM 302

INTRODUCTION TO ORIENTAL MEDICINE II

     3

OM 304

ORIENTAL MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY

     3

OM 306

BASIC THEORY OF ORIENTAL MEDICINE I

     3

OM 308

BASIC THEORY OF ORIENTAL MEDICINE II

     3

OM 310

BASIC THEORY OF ORIENTAL MEDICINE III

     3

OM 312

BASIC THEORY OF ORIENTAL MEDICINE IV

     3

OM 314

DIAGNOSIS OF ORIENTAL MEDICINE I

     3

OM 316

DIAGNOSIS OF ORIENTAL MEDICINE II

     3

OM 318

DIAGNOSIS OF ORIENTAL MEDICINE III

     3

OM 322

SURVEY OF SYNDROMES

     3

OM 400

O.M. INTERNAL MEDICINE I

     3

OM 402

O.M. INTERNAL MEDICINE II

     3

OM 404

O.M. INTERNAL MEDICINE III

     3

OM 406

O.M. INTERNAL MEDICINE IV

     3

OM 408

O.M. GYNECOLOGY

     3

OM 410

MEN’S HEALTH AND UROLOGY

     3

OM 412

HUANG DI NEI JING

     3

OM 444

CASE STUDIES I

     3

OM 446

CASE STUDIES II

     3

OM 448

CASE STUDIES III

     3

OM 504

THE LANGUAGE OF MEDICINE

     3

 

ACUPUNCTURE THEORY AND PRACTICE

Total:           60 units / 600 HOURS (All courses are 3 units/30 hour classroom lectures)

 

Course #

Description

  Credits

AC 300

FUNDAMENTALS OF MERIDIAN THEORY

     3

AC 302

MERIDIAN THEORY I

     3

AC 304

MERIDIAN THEORY II

     3

AC 306

ACUPUNCTURE ANATOMY

     3

AC 308

ACUPUNCTURE ENERGETICS

     3

AC 310

SURVEY OF MERIDIAN THEORY

     3

AC 312

QI GONG

     3

AC 314

TAI JI QUAN

     3

AC 400

ACUPUNCTURE TECHNIQUES I

     3

AC 402

ACUPUNCTURE TECHNIQUES II

     3

AC 404

ACUPUNCTURE THERAPEUTICS I

     3

AC 406

ACUPUNCTURE THERAPEUTICS II

     3

AC 408

CLINICAL POINT SELECTION

     3

AC 410

TUINA I

     3

AC 412

TUINA II

     3

AC 414

REFLEXOLOGY

     3

AC 422

CLINICAL ACUPUNCTURE I

     3

AC 424

CLINICAL ACUPUNCTURE II

     3

AC 436

MICROSYSTEMS

     3

AC 506

MODERN ACUPUNCTURE

     3

 

 

 

 

 

HERBOLOGY

Total:           36 units / 360 hours (3 units /30 hours for classroom lectures for each subject)

 

Course #

Description

  Credits

HB 300

INTRODUCTION TO HERBOLOGY

     3

HB 302

HERBOLOGY I

     3

HB 304

HERBOLOGY II

     3

HB 306

HERBOLOGY III

     3

HB 308

HERBOLOGY IV

     3

HB 310

SURVEY OF HERBOLOGY

     3

HB 400

HERB FORMULA I

     3

HB 402

HERB FORMULA II

     3

HB 404

HERB FORMULA III

     3

HB 406

HERB FORMULA IV

     3

HB 408

SURVEY OF FORMULAS

     3

HB 410

ADVANCED HERBAL FORMULAS

     3

HB 500

SHANG HAN LUN/ WEN BING XUE I

     3

HB 502

SHANG HAN LUN/ WEN BING XUE II

     3

HB 504

FORMULA WRITING

     3

 

 

PRACTICE MANAGEMENT

Total:           9 units/ 90 hours (3 units/30 hour for classroom lectures for each subject)

Course #

Description

   Credits

PM 500

CLINIC MANAGEMENT AND PUBLIC HEALTH I

     3

PM 502

CLINIC MANAGEMENT AND PUBLIC HEALTH II

     3

PM 504

CLINIC MANAGEMENT AND PUBLIC HEALTH III

     3

 

 

CURRICULUM OF CLINICAL TRAINING

Prerequisites for Clinical Training:

Students must pass the Level 1 Clinical examination covering basic AC and HB courses.

 

  Course #

Description

  Credits

  Clock Hours

CL HP

HERBAL PHARMACY

     3

60 (Internship)

OB 1

CLINIC OBSERVATION

(LEVEL 1)

     2

40 (Internship)

OB 2

CLINIC OBSERVATION

     2

40 (Internship)

OB 3

CLINIC OBSERVATION

     2

40 (Internship)

OB 4

CLINIC OBSERVATION

     2

40 (Internship)

OB 5

CLINIC OBSERVATION

     2

40 (Internship)

Clinic Observation Internship

Total

  = 10 unit

  = 200 hours

 

Supervised Practice and Diagnosis and Evaluation                           

 

Course #

Description

  Credits

Clock Hours

CL 1

CLINICAL INTERNSHIP (LEVEL 2)

    2

40 (Internship)

CL 2

CLINICAL INTERNSHIP

    2

40 (Internship)

CL 3

CLINICAL INTERNSHIP

    2

40 (Internship)

CL 4

CLINICAL INTERNSHIP

    2

40 (Internship)

CL 5

CLINICAL INTERNSHIP

    2

40 (Internship)

CL 6

CLINICAL INTERNSHIP

    2

40 (Internship)

CL 7

CLINICAL INTERNSHIP

    2

40 (Internship)

 

Supervised Practice and Diagnosis and Evaluation                           

 

Course #

Description

  Credits

Clock Hours

CL 8

CLINICAL INTERNSHIP (LEVEL 3)

    2

40 (Internship)

CL 9

CLINICAL INTERNSHIP

    2

40 (Internship)

CL 10

CLINICAL INTERNSHIP

    2

40 (Internship)

CL 11

CLINICAL INTERNSHIP

    2

40 (Internship)

CL 12

CLINICAL INTERNSHIP

    2

40 (Internship)

CL 13

CLINICAL INTERNSHIP

    2

40 (Internship)

CL 14

CLINICAL INTERNSHIP

    2

40 (Internship)

CL 15

CLINICAL INTERNSHIP

    2

40 (Internship)

CL 16

CLINICAL INTERNSHIP

    2

40 (Internship)

CL 17

CLINICAL INTERNSHIP

    2

40 (Internship)

CL 18

CLINICAL INTERNSHIP

    2

40 (Internship)

Total Clinic Hours

= 980 hours

= 36units

= 720 hours

 

ELECTIVE COURSES

(3 units for classroom lectures for each subject)

Elective courses are offered intermittently according to level of interest and availability of qualified instructors. Please refer to the class schedule for description and availability prior to registration.

 

EL 400

ORIENTAL MEDICAL LANGUAGE II

EL 402

ORIENTAL MEDICAL LANGUAGE III

EL 404

WESTERN MEDICAL LANGUAGE II

EL 406

WESTERN MEDICAL LANGUAGE III

EL 408

TUINA III

EL 410

SASANG CONSTITUTIONAL MEDICINE 

EL 412

COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW I

EL 414

COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW II

EL 416

DUI YAO COMBINATIONS

EL 418     

FORMULA WRITING

ELAGS 510

ADV. MICROBIOLOGY

ELAGS 512

ADV. MEDICAL BIOLOGY

ELAGS 514

ADV. BIOCHEMISTRY

ELAGS 516

ADV. NEURO-ANATOMY

ELAWM 520

WESTERN PREVENTATIVE MEDICINE

ELAWM 522

ADV. RADIOLOGY

ELAGO 530

ADV. MEDICAL CHINESE CHARACTERS

ELAGO 532

ADV. CHINESE LANGUAGE

ELATP 550

ADV. INTRO. TO ORIENTAL MEDICINE

ELATP 552

ADV. HISTORY OF ORIENTAL MEDICINE

ELATP 554

ADV. HUANG DI NEI JING

ELATP 556

ADV. SHANG HAN LUN/WEN BING XUE

ELATP 558

ADV. ORIENTAL PHYSIOLOGY

ELATP 560

ADV. ORIENTAL PREVENTATIVE MEDICINE

ELATP 562

ADV. ORIENTAL INTERNAL MEDICINE

ELATP 564

ADV. O.M. GYNECOLOGY

ELATP 566

ADV. O.M. PEDIATRICS

ELATP 568

ADV. O.M. ORTHOPEDICS

ELATP 570

ADV. O.M. OTORHINOLARYNGOLOGY

ELATP 572

ADV. O.M. PSYCHOLOGY

ELATP 574

ADV. SA SANG CONSTITUTIONAL MEDICINE

 

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