Diploma of TCM

Diploma of Traditional Chinese Medicine program consists of 9 semesters of full-time study, which is approximately 3 years continuously. Upon completion, your diploma will allow you to attend the PAN-Canadian Examinations. Becoming a registered Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner in Ontario requires successful completion of the PAN-Canadian Examinations.

 

Semester 1
Foundation of TCM 1
Meridian and Points 1
Anatomy & Physiology 1
Intro to History of TCM
Intro to Research & Statistics
Acupuncture Technique
Clinic Introduction

Semester 2
Foundation of TCM 2
Meridian and Points 2
Anatomy & Physiology 2
Diagnosis of TCM 1
Tuina
Clinic

Semester 3
Herbs Introduction
Meridian and Points 3
Neuro Acupuncture
Diagnosis of TCM 2
Microsystems
Clinic

Semester 4
Internal Medicine 1
Biochemistry, Microbiology & Immuneology
Diagnosis of TCM 3
Qi Gong
Clinic 1
Clinic 2

Semester 5
Internal Medicine 2
Intro to Traumatology
Intro to Dermatology
Pharmacology
Western Medicine Diagnosis
Clinic 1
Clinic 2

Semester 6
Laws, Ethics and Safety
Intro to Gynecology
Intro to Paediatrics
Business and Management
Herbology 1 (TCM)  
Clinic 1  
Clinic 2 

Semester 7
Herbology 2 
Herb Drug Interactions
Dietary Medicine
Clinic 1  
Clinic 2

Semester 8
TBO
Herbal Pairing and Processing

Prescriptions 1
Clinic 1
Clinic 2

Semester 9
Prescriptions 2
Classics
Exam Prep(TCM)
Clinic 1
Clinic 2