Course Title:

Acupuncture
(Master Degree)

School/Trainer:

Pacific College of Oriental Medicine New York Campus

New York City, New York, United States

Course format: Classroom
Description:

The purpose of the Master of Science in Acupuncture program is to train practitioners of Acupuncture to function as primary, independent healthcare providers, focusing on Acupuncture and related modalities of Oriental medicine to achieve health and well-being, and most importantly, become an integral part of the modern healthcare system. Students in the MSAc program choose from two curricula, focusing on either classical Chinese medicine, or traditional Oriental medicine.

Following the vision of an “East meets West�environment, students learn and apply the best of Asian medicine with a firm foundation in Western medicine. Students explore physiology, etiology, and the diagnostic and treatment systems of Chinese medicine as they learn to model the use of biomedicine in the modern Oriental medicine practice.

The Master of Science in Acupuncture (MSAc) is a three to four-year graduate program consisting of 172.5 units/ 3232.5 credit hours of theory and practice. Graduates are eligible for the New York state licensure exam, as well as the national certification examinations (NCCAOM), which enables students to become licensed in the remaining states that regulate acupuncture and Oriental medicine that use the NCCAOM exam to qualify for licensure, and do not require the study of Herbology.

Some of these courses include:
•Anatomy and Physiology
•Acupuncture Points
•Tui Na Hand and Structural Techniques
•Needle Technique
•Diagnosis and Treatment of Disease
•Auricular Acupuncture
...


Elements of this syllabus are subject to change.




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Phone No.: (800) 729-3468

School Address/Venue(s):

110 William Street, 19th Floor
New York, NY 10038
USA

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