Course Descriptions

ACL3035 : CLINICAL OBSERVATION
1.00 credits: Clinical Observation consists of students observing licensed acupuncturists, instructors, supervisors and upper level students in a variety of settings, including classroom and on-campus clinics. Observation in later trimesters may be completed at pre-approved outside clinical locations. Students may not observe other students who are at a lower level of study.
ACL3034 : CLINICAL OBSERVATION
1.00 credits: This Clinical Observation course consists of students observing licensed acupuncturists, instructors, supervisors and upper level students in a variety of settings, including classroom and on-campus clinics as well as approved outside clinical internship sites. Students may not observe other students who are at a lower level of study.
ACL3036 : CLINICAL OBSERVATION
1.00 credits: Clinical Observation consists of students observing licensed acupuncturists, instructors, supervisors and upper level students in a variety of settings, including classroom and on-campus clinics. Observation in later trimesters may be completed at pre-approved outside clinical locations. Students may not observe other students who are at a lower level of study.
ACL3033 : CLINICAL OBSERVATION
1.00 credits: This observation course is comprised of a combination of classroom and independent study whereby students begin learning the art of clinical presentations by observing, developing and presenting case studies.
AWM0150 : CPR
0.30 credits: This course will train students to respond to, assess and manage cardiac and respiratory emergencies using basic life support skills and automatic external defibrillation.
AAC3216 : DIAGNOSTIC ANALYSIS IN CHINESE MEDICINE
1.00 credits: This course continues the study of the Four Examinations. Focusing on the Ten Questions, an in-depth analysis of signs and symptoms is undertaken with an emphasis on the development of differential diagnostic skills.
AHB6060 : HERBAL CLASSICS
3.00 credits: Students explore the classic works of Chinese herbal medicine, such as the Shang Han Lun and the Jin Gui Yao Lue This class contains two main parts: 1. Identification of patterns according to six stages of diseases and the treatments in Shang Han Lun; 2. Identification of patterns according to internal organs and the treatments in Shang Han Lun and Jin Gui Yao Lue.
AHB5091 : HERBAL CLINICAL MEDICINE 1
3.00 credits: This class is the first course in a two-course sequence providing a foundation for the clinical practice of Chinese herbal medicine. Students learn the Chinese method of analyzing disease and determining treatment by the differential diagnosis of main presenting symptoms in internal medicine. Case studies are presented to reinforce lecture material.
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