Master of Science in Oriental Medicine
The Master of Oriental Medicine Program is a four year, 3015-hour course of study comprised of 1995 didactic, 930 clinic practice hours, 120 hours of community service or volunteer hours in various areas of the College, in addition to 90 elective class hours. This is a comprehensive program that includes the various disciplines in Oriental Bodywork, Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine. Oriental Medicine students are required to take all non- elective classes listed in the Course Outline and may select 6 credit hours of elective classes in Oriental Bodywork, Qigong and/or Tai Ji Juan.
Most full-time students complete the Master of Orintal Medicine Program in four years. Classes are scheduled to begin in the Fall and Spring semesters. Some courses, observation and student clinic hours may be held during the summer months. Some weekend classes are required each semester. During the first three semesters of the Program, students complete 180 hours of Clinic Observation. In the following semesters a minimum of two days Clinic internship is required each week in addition to regularly scheduled course and clinic work.
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