Courses offered at GSU have been identified by course codes and numbers that are comparable to accredited institutions’ numbering system. The course code is a 3 letter identifier for a major division of an academic subject. The course code is related to the content of the course, rather than the department in which it is taught
AC100 Meridian Theory (3/30)
This course studies the basic concepts of Meridian Theory: The distribution of channels, branches, and collaterals in the human body, including their physiological functions, pathological changes and inter-relationships with all internal organs. Topics covered are:
- The formation of the channel and collateral theory.
- The distribution of the channel and collateral system: 12 channels, 8 extra channels, 15 collateral, the internal branches of the 12 channels, 12 tendon channels, and 12 superficial channels with their connections.
- The source and the end of the channels and collaterals.
- The physiological function of channels and collaterals.
- The clinical application of the channel and collateral theory.
AC111 Acupuncture Anatomy I (3/30)
Acupuncture points are the superficial points of the body where the Qi of the solid and Hollow organs goes to. Points are grouped with each channel and its collateral and correspond to an internal organ. Students will focus on the close connection of the acupuncture points, channels and collaterals with Internal Organs, along with the following:
- A general discussion of the acupuncture points (development, nomenclature and their clinical therapeutic function), and Special points and Shu points (including location methods).
- A specific discussion of 7 channels – Lung, Large Intestine, Stomach, Spleen, Heart, Small Intestine and Urinary Bladder channels
AC112 Acupuncture Anatomy II (3/30)
This course continues from Acupuncture Anatomy 1 in the exploration and discussion of the remaining Channels and non-Meridian Acupuncture points as follows:
- 5 Channels (Kidney, Pericardium, Triple Burner, Gall Bladder, Liver Channels).
- 8 extra Channels (Du, Ren, Chong, Dai, Yang Qiao, Yin Qiao, Yang Wei and Yin ‘ Wei).
- 15 Collateral points.
- Extra points.
AC211 Acupuncture Physiology I (3/30)
Prerequisite: AC111 or AC112
Acupuncture Physiology 1 covers the usage of the regular and special acupuncture points and their traditional functions in treatment. The basic principles of prescription in acupuncture treatment will also be discussed.
AC212 Acupuncture Physiology II (3/30)
Prerequisite: AC111 or AC112
Continuing on the topics introduced in AC311, this course will further explore and study the usage of the remaining regular and special acupuncture points and their traditional functions and applications in treatment.
AC311 Acupuncture Techniques I (3/30)
Prerequisite : AC211,AC212
This course is designed to teach students various Acupuncture methods: needling techniques, methods of moxibustion, cupping, accident prevention and management, contra-indications, and technique practice.
AC312 Acupuncture Techniques II (3/30)
This course provides an introduction to Scalp Acupuncture, Ear Acupuncture, Acupuncture Anesthesia, Moxibustion, and technique practice. Clean Needle Technique and a review of infectious diseases will also be introduced.
AC313 Acupuncture Therapeutics I (3/30)
Prerequisite: AMT211, 212,213, AC211,212
Course discussion will involve etiology and treatment therapy of the common diseases through the use of acupuncture. Students will begin to analyze and differentiate the pathological conditions, finding the right treatment for that condition, while applying the principles of prescription and treatment.
AC314 Acupuncture Therapeutics II (3/30)
Prerequisite: AMT211, 212, 213,AC211,212
This course will include the study of Acupuncture medicine including: Obstetric and Gynecology, diseases of the eyes, ears, nose and throat. There will be discussions on approximately 100 cases using clinical signs and differential diagnostics for therapeutic treatment. Students will be taught to analyze and to differentiate pathological conditions and to find the right treatment for those conditions.
AC315 Auricular & Electro Acupuncture (3/30)
Auricular and electro acupuncture are the new techniques developed in modern time. Auricular acupuncture mainly based on such a view point that ear is a concentrated body where every organ and other parts of the body have their reflex zone and points respectively .
Electro acupuncture is using modern equipment to stimulate the points by electric wave.
BS111 Principles of Biology & Microbiology (3/30)
An introduction to the fundamentals of general biology, explaining biological concepts and processes; emphasizing the classification of living things, their unit structures, metabolism, response and reproduction systems.
BS112 Principles of Chemistry and Biochemistry (3/30)
Basic principles of chemistry and their application to various facets of life; with an emphasis on the chemical properties of elements, their reactions and basic organic and biochemistry.
BS113 Principles of Physics (3/30)
Basic principles of general physics. The subjects included are: general mechanics, electromagnetism, basic optics, introductory modern physics and its applications and technical concepts.
BS114 Principles of Psychology (3/30)
This course is designed to provide students with an appreciation of the variety of psychopathological conditions, basic techniques of assessment and treatment methods.
BS116 Principle of Nutrition and Vitamins (3/30)
Prerequisite : None
The study of the clinical aspect of nutrition, including: essential nutrients (Carbohydrates, proteins and fats), vitamins, micro and macro nutritional elements. Also, the study of diseases resulting from deficiencies and the science of nutritional evaluation.
BS210 Human Anatomy & Physiology I (3/30)
An overview of the structures and functions of the human body, including: histology and embryology, anatomy and physiology of bones, sensory organs and an introduction to muscles.
BS211 Human Anatomy & Physiology II (3/30)
This course details the muscular system, anatomy and physiology of digestive and respiratory organs, the physiology of exercise and energy metabolism.
BS212 Anatomy & Physiology III (3/30)
A study of the anatomical structures and physiological functions of the male and female reproductive organs, circulatory systems, blood and lymph.
BS213 Human Anatomy & Physiology IV (3/30)
This course provides an introduction to the anatomical structure and physiological functions of the Nervous system, Sensory organs and Hormonal organs.
BS311 Principle of Pathology I (3/30) Prerequisite: None The study of the general law of diseases, including: pathological changes, the prevention and treatment of these diseases.
BS312 Principle of Pathology II (3/30) Prerequisite: None Systemic Pathology is the scientific study of the causes and mechanisms of disease for specific organs; along with descriptions of disease manifestations, their progress and sequels. This course will discuss and survey many different types of disorders, diseases, infections, tumorous growths, malignancies and syndromes.
BS313 Principles of Pathology III (3/30) Prerequisite: None Introduction to Western Medical Diagnostic examinations. The student will learn the following exams: Psychiatric interview and diagnosis, examinations of skin, head and neck, ear, nose, throat, eye, chest, breast and heart.
Clinic Training Courses
Prerequisite: AC111, 112, 211, 212,311 AMT100, 111,112,211,212 HB 100,111,112,113,114 BS: BS210-213 CPR, CNT
CL111 Phase I: Orientation in Asian Medicine Pharmacy (2/40)
Students are introduced to the University’s Herbal Pharmacy. The course provides knowledge about and classification of herbal materials. Differentiation of toxic or non-toxic herb, and herb storage and maintenance are discussed and reviewed, along with the rules and regulations governing the pharmacy.
As first level pharmacy interns, students will learn the proper methods of preparation of herbs including raw herbs, powdered herbs, and pill forms. Interns will also be responsible for filling out a minimum of 10 prescriptions. Five of these prescriptions must be analyzed and properly documented into the worksheets provided for the interns.
CL112 Phase I: Orientation of Clinic Internship (2/40)
Mastery of basic western physical examination techniques (blood pressure, temperature, pulse and breath) and study of blood control, and HIPPA, and OSHA regulations, clinic maintenance, and ethics.
C211 Phase II: Clinical observation (7/140)
The initial stage of an intern’s training is fulfilled in the Practice Observation. Level I of our clinic, two consecutive classes of 40 hours each, comprising 4 units of 80 hours total, are required. All interns must fulfill seven conditions of evaluation, have the ability to identify and prepare herbs, successful completion of CPR and Clean Needle Technique instruction,
exhibiting a thorough knowledge of clinic and pharmacy regulations, as well, as, maintaining the appropriate demeanor of an Asian Medicine Provider. All
students must successfully complete the Level I Practical Examination with a minimum score of 70%.
CL311Phase III: Supervised Practice I (11/220)
Phase III is comprised of 11units of 220 hours. Interns are required to exhibit a greater knowledge of clinic and diagnostic procedures. Interns will begin to treat patients under close supervision by the clinical supervisors. Interns carry out the prescription for therapy after the clinic supervisor reviews the intern’s diagnosis and treatment plans for each patient. Course objectives require competency in seven categories: Demonstrating a thorough knowledge of herbs and major herbal formulas, understanding the major acupuncture points and their safe use in treatment, increased practice and competency in CPR and Clean Needle Technique, understanding of TCM and Western Medical terminology and an intern’s ability to chart patient intakes. Successful completion of a Phase III Practical Examination with a minimum score of 70% is required for entry into Phase IV.
CL411 Phase IV: Supervised Practice II (11/220) Under the consultation of a licensed clinical supervisor. Intern Level III is the summation of all clinic and academic instruction. The intern is required to demonstrate a complete and thorough understanding of all elements of clinical diagnosis and treatment, including six major objectives: a complete understanding of the herbal formulas and their functions, a thorough competency in herbal formula preparation and knowledge of all materials prohibited by the state of California, a mastery of acupuncture technique and the prescription of acupuncture treatment, a thorough knowledge and mastery of CPR and Clean Needle Technique and a complete competence in patient diagnostic skills; including, charting, intake, diagnosis (clinical and theoretical), as well as, professional and ethical relationships of the patient and practitioner treatment to modalities. Successful completion of Phase IV Practice Examination with a minimum of 70% is required for entry into this final step of internship.
CL511 Phase V: Supervised Practice III (11/220) Prerequisite: AC111-312 AMT100-313 HB 100-314, BC 200-213, WM 310-314 This is the final stage of an intern’s training. Supervision is for 11 units of 220 hours. The intern is required to cultivate independent diagnostic and treatment skills and to succeed demonstrating them with a minimum of 350 patients, with full participation in the complete cycle of diagnosis, point selection and prescript herbs.
CL212, 312, 412, 512: Case Study I, II, III, IV (4/80)
There are 4 different stages for each level of intern practice. Students will provide current patient cases, and analyze cause and pathogenic process and apply to principle.
CM200 CNT & Safety Equipment (3/30) Prerequisite: None This course is designed to instruct the student on the proper usages of medical center equipment, the Clean Needle Technique, OSHA requirements and information on safety regarding hepatitis and HIV.
CM210 Medical Assessment (3/30) Prerequisite: AC111-312, AMT100-312, BS 200-213, HB 100-313, WM311-315 To understand how to know health conditions through special techniques by sections of the body. To help decide the causes of the illness. To help make an accurate diagnosis.
CM220 Introduction to Qualified Medical Evaluation (3/30) Prerequisite: AC111-312, AMT100-312, BS200-213, HB 100-313, WM311-315 This course is to give information in the California Worker’s Compensation System and regulation, so that acupuncturists are able to join with other practitioners and referral patients with other practitioners for work’s compensation patients.
CM230 Contraindication of Herb & Drug (2/20) Prerequisite: None To prevent pharmacologically active herbal products that may interact with over-the-counter or prescription drugs people are using. To protect the interactions that could lead to medical problems or in some cases might even interact in a beneficial way.
EL 200 English Secondary Language I (3/30) Prerequisite: None This course equips non-native English speaking students with pronunciation, reading, writing, listening, and oral communication skills.
EL 300 English Secondary Language II (3/30) Prerequisite: EL 200 The English course focuses on educating students regarding medicine terminology and preparing them to have clinical dialogue with English speaking patients in the clinic setting.
EL400 Advanced Tui-Na (3/30) Prerequisite:AMB120 Advanced Tui-Na is a continuation of Tui-Na. Topics covered in this course will include: special physical Examination of upper extremities, the etiology and pathogenesis of symptoms; with diagnosis and treatment of diseases involving cervical, thoracic, lumbar and sacral vertebrae.
EL500 Sa-Sang Constitutional Medicine (3/30) Prerequisite: AC314 This course will cover the medical theories of Sa Sang Constitutional Medicine, which originated with Jae Ma Lee in 1894. This theory recognizes that all human beings can be naturally divided into four groups or constitutions, each having their own unique type of disease symptoms, signs, and principles, of treatment.
EL600 Dermatology (3/30) Prerequisite AMT313 This course will teach students the specialized knowledge of TCM Dermatology. Providing students with the essential information needed to properly treat skin disease.
EL700 Ophthalmology & Otolaryngology (3/30) Prerequisite:AMT313 The Chinese traditional ophthalmology and Otolaryngology is a clinical science based on Traditional Chinese medicine theory, recognizing the anatomy and physiology of ears, eyes, nose, tooth, mouth cavity and throat, characteristics of pathology and the law of diagnosis and treatment of special five orifices diseases.
HB100 Introduction to Botany/Herbs (3/30) Prerequisite: None An introduction to the major plants used in Asian Medicine. The study of pharmaceutical and botanical terminology and categories used in Asian Herbology; along with their indications for usage, general effects, entering meridians, taste and properties and any contraindications for each category. Samples from each category are reviewed. The preparation of herbs is also discussed.
HB111 Chinese Herbs & Lab: Category I (3/30) Prerequisite: None Chinese Herbology is an important part of Asian Medicine and students should be well acquainted with and knows how to use herbs. The entire course will consist of four categories and students will learn the most commonly used medicinal substances in traditional Chinese Pharmacology. Approximately 450 herbs will be covered; 280 of which are usually included in the California Acupuncture Licensing Examination. Category I will cover exterior releasing herbs, herbs that clear heat and relieve toxicity and downward draining herbs.
HB112 Chinese Herbs & Lab: Category II (3/30) Prerequisite: None This course is the second part of the four part series on Herb Categories. Covered in this course are herbs that: drain dampness, dispel wind dampness, transform dampness, warm interior and expel cold, regulate Qi, relieve food stagnation and expel parasites.
HB113 Chinese Herbs & Lab: Category III (3/30) Prerequisite: None Herbs: Category 3, the third part of the four part series, covers herbs that: regulate blood, transform phlegm and relieve coughing, calm the spirit, extinguish wind and stop tremors and aromatic herbs that open orifices.
HB114 Chinese Herbs & Lab: Category IV (3/30) Prerequisite: None Herbs: Category 4, the forth part of the of four part series, covers herbs that tonify the yin, herbs that notify the Yang, herbs that tonify the Blood, herbs that notify the Qi, herbs that Stabilize and Bind, herbs that Calm the Sprit, herbs that Open the Orifices, herbs that Extinguish Wind Tremors, herbs that Expel Parasites, herbs for External Application.
HB211 Cooperative Herbs (3/30)
Study pair of herbs to be together for better effectiveness.
HB311 Clinical Herbs Formula I (3/30) Prerequisite: HB100-114 This course is a comprehensive introduction to Chinese Herbal Formulas for various clinical applications. The entire course consists of four parts. The first part covers the formulas used for diaphoretic, purgative, harmonizing, antipyretics and summer heat clearing.
HB312 Clinical Herbs Formula II (3/30) Prerequisite: HB100-114 Continuing into the second part of the herbal formulas series, this course covers formulas used for: warming, exterior releasing, tonifying, sedation, resuscitation, and astringents.
HB313 Clinical Herbs Formula III (3/30) Prerequisite: HB100-114 The third part of the Herbal Formulas series of courses will cover the formulas with carminative, blood regulating, anticonvulsant and moisturizing characteristics.
HB314 Clinical Herbs Formula IV (3/30) Prerequisite: HB100-114 This course completes the Herbal Formulas series of courses with an in depth analysis of the formulas with diuretic, phlegm expelling, resolving, anti-parasitic and anti-abscess characteristics.
HB315 Nutrition in Asian Medicine (3/30) Prerequisite: HB100-114 The course will cover the practical aspects of using foods to correct medical conditions from the perspective of Asian Medical Theory.
HB411 Case Studies in Formula (3/30) Prerequisite: HB100-114 This course offers a study in herbology that are of particular importance in terms of their practical applications as established by the California State Board.
HB 412 Advanced Formulas: Shanghan Wenbing (3/30) Prerequisite: AMT100-313, HB311-314 Differential diagnosis and treatment of cold diseases based on the principles of Six Channel Theory .
HB413 Kum Que Yoe Rak (3/30) AMT100-313, HB311-314, Golden Cabinet was originally one part of Shanghan Zabing Lun. It is the earliest medical book for diagnosing and treating miscellaneous in TCM. It is based on Zang Fu and Meridian. Also it is used for External contracted diseases, the review pathological process for External cause and herbal prescriptions.
HB414 Eighty Four Formulas (3/30) AMT100-313, HB311-314 Intensive study on the California Board Examination formulas.
MANAGEMENT & BILLING
PM100 Clinic Business Management & Billing (3/30) Prerequisite: None Many factors contribute to the successful management of practice. Important factors to be considered are: skills and abilities of the acupuncture practitioner, practice plan, concentration of energy and resources, reputation and image, financial foundation, office location, fee schedule, operations, insurance, patient care, personnel and advertisement. In this course, these topics, including the laws and regulations of the California Acupuncture Committee and other governmental agencies, will be discussed in detail.
PM101 Medical Ethics (1/10) Prerequisite: None There are certain ethical points to be considered in business management. In this course, there will be lectures, readings and discussions of ethics, jurisprudence and current issues that confront the modern health practitioner. Also, the laws and regulations of the California Acupuncture Committee and other government agencies with regard to the ethical points will be discussed together.
ASIAN MEDICINE THEORY
AMT 100 Philosophy and History of Eastern Medicine (3/30) Prerequisite: None This course presents a basic introduction of Chinese Medical Terminology. Study development of Chinese Medicine from ancient time to now in theory to treatment through social philosophy. Such as Yin Yang Theory, Element Theory, Organs Theory and Meridian Theory.
AMT110 Theory of Asian Medicine I (3/30) Prerequisite: None Basic theory of Asian medicine describing the relationship of Yin and Yang, the Five Elements, Function and relationship between Zang and Fu, the formation and function of Qi, blood, body fluids and the nature of the human being.
AMT111 Theory of Asian Medicine II (3/30) Prerequisite: AMT110 The fundamental principles of the external factors that cause disease (wind, cold, dampness, heat & dryness), the general law of pathological changes, and the prevention/treatment of disease.
AMT211 Asian Medicine Diagnosis I (3/30)
The diagnosis of disease using the Eight Principles and Four Methods of Observation, Auscultation & Olfaction, Inquiry and Palpation.
AMT212 Asian Medicine Diagnosis II (3/30)
Prerequisites: AMT111, AMT210 Differential diagnosis of the internal organs and diagnosis according to pathological Qi, Blood, Body fluids and 8 Differentiations.
AMT213 Asian Medicine Diagnosis III (3/30) Prerequisite: AMT100, 110,111 211, 212 The diagnosis disease by 5 Element, Differential diagnosis of the Triple Burner, Meridian Theory, 6 Channel differentiation Theory, and Wei, Qi ,Young, xue theory.
AMT310 Asian Internal Medicine I (3/30) Prerequisite: AMT213 Traditional Chinese internal medicine covers the etiology, pathogenesis. Study disorders of the respiratory system, various types of pain, and urinary disorders. Recommend use of Herbs and Acupuncture prescription.
AMT311 Asian Internal Medicine II (3/30) Prerequisite: AMT213 Using basic theories and diagnostic principles, students will learn to analyze, diagnose and treat patients with the gastrointestinal system, neuromuscular system, genital system, and hematology .
AMT312 Asian Internal Medicine III (3/30) Prerequisite: AMT311 Using basic theories and diagnostic principles, students will learn to analyze, diagnose and treat patients with upper and middle diseases, including abdominal pain, jaundice, wind stroke, goiter, and malaria.
AMT313 Asian Internal Medicine IV (3/30)
Prerequisite: AMT213 Using basic theories and diagnostic principles, students will learn to analyze, diagnose and treat patients with upper and middle diseases, including diabetes, paralysis, low-back pain, and dysuria.
AMT410 Principle AMT Gynecology Treatment (3/30) Prerequisite: AMT311, 312, Student will learn more advanced knowledge about gynecology in Asian medicine, including acupuncture points, formulas, as well as herb formulas for treating regular and problematic women’s diseases.
AMT411 Principle of Asian Medicine Pediatrics Treatment (3/30) Prerequisite: AMT311, 312
The use of AMT principles in diagnosing and treating the unique characteristics of the tissues, physiology and pathology of children, and in the prevention of childhood diseases.
AMT412 Integration of East/West Medicine (3/30) Prerequisite: AMT313 Medical problems presented in a case study format researched, analyzed, diagnosed and presented by students from the perspective of Asian and Western medicine.
AMT413 Yellow Emperor’s Classic (3/30) Prerequisite: None This course offers a study of the concepts and principles regarding the relationship of man and the universe and the concept of unity of opposites in the classic “Yellow Emperor’s Classic (Huang Di Nei Jing)”
PHYSICAL THERAPY COURSE
AMB110 Tai-Chi Chuan (3/30) Prerequisite: None This is an introductory course in the Chinese System of movement and meditation of Tai Chi Chuan; to maintain good health and longevity by promoting the free flow of Qi.
AMB111 Qi Gong (3/30) Prerequisite: None “Fung Hung Gong” is a set of exercises combining motion with meditation and breathing to train and nourish energy. Students will learn the introduction to Nei Gong and eight movements.
AMB120 Tui-Na (3/30) Prerequisite: None Tui-na is a massotherapy (massage) to treat diseases and traumatic injuries. In this course, there will be a brief discussion of Chinese Massotherapy and the Basic Principles of Massotherapy; which deals with Yin, Yang, Qi, Blood and Internal Organs. There will be a discussion introducing diseases involving the internal organs and their treatment by Tui-Na.
AMB130 Acupressure (3/30) Prerequisite: None Also, the special physical Examination of the vertebrae, hip joint and lower extremities will be taught in this course. And learn acupressure skills for muscle and trigger points.
Public Health Courses
PD100 Principles of Research (3/30) Prerequisite: None Introduction of the research methods, medical statistics, double blinded studies, etc. This class is designed to enhance the student’s research skills through understanding the basic principles of research methodology and the proper sampling and research method of quantitative and
qualitative research. Students may perform an actual mini research project based on Asian Medicine.
PH100 Public Health (2/20) Prerequisite: None
Understanding the relationship among diseases, environments, pollution, and human body. Understanding how to prevent illness for personal health and community health.
PH101 CPR & First Aid (2/20) Prerequisite: None This one day course is required for everyone in the Master of Science in Asian Medicine Program. The lectures will be on the causes of heart disease, symptoms of stroke and the principle of cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Methods of mouth to mouth resuscitation for obstructed airway, non-obstructed airway, conscious and unconscious, one rescuer CPR, two rescuers CPR on adults and infants will be demonstrated. Students will receive a certified CPR card upon completion.
WESTERN MEDICINE COURSE
WM110 Western Medical Terminology (3/30) Prerequisite: None The student will learn how medical terms are formed from word roots, combining forms, prefixes and suffixes, other terms, pharmacology, abbreviations and to apply this knowledge by completing work sheets in the required text.
WM210 Equipment & Safety Code (2/20) Prerequisite: None This course is designed to instruct the student on the proper usages of medical center equipment, the Clean Needle Technique, OSHA requirements and information on safety regarding hepatitis and HIV.
WM211 Principles of Pharmacology (3/30) Prerequisite: None Introduction to Western Pharmacology. Discussion about drugs affecting the Autonomic Nervous system, the Central Nervous System, Cardiovascular system, other organ systems, Chemotherapeutic Drugs, Anti-inflammatory Drugs and Autacoid.
WM310 Western Medicine Physical Assessment (3/30) Prerequisite: None This second section will provide an introduction to Western Medical Diagnostic examinations. The student will learn the following exams: Cardiovascular (part 2), abdomen, male genitalia, female genitalia, spine and extremities, neurological, children, lab tests and radiology.
WM311 Western Laboratory Diagnosis (3/30) Prerequisite: None Introduction to the most commonly utilized Western Medical Tests and Laboratories. Students will learn how to order and interpret a variety of Laboratory tests. Students will become familiar with these methods for their own professional use, as well as, knowing when to refer patients to other health care professionals.
WM312 Survey of Clinical Medicine (3/30) Prerequisite: None The student will be introduced to a survey of the clinical practice of medicine and be familiarized with the practices of other health care practitioners, including: osteopathy, chiropractic, homeopathy, naturopathy, reflexology, biofeedback, hypnotherapy, polarity, hydrotherapy and other natural healing modalities.
WM313 Western Internal Medicine I (3/30) Prerequisite: BS210-213 Understanding of the causes of disease in Western Medicine. Discussions regarding: Genetics, nutrition, hormonal, errors of metabolism, lipid metabolism, biological agents, cocci, bacilli, virus, protozoa, worms.
WM314 Western Internal Medicine II (3/30) Prerequisite: BS210-213 Understanding of the causes of disease in Western Medicine. Discussion regarding: diseases of the heart, vascular system, respiratory system, kidney and urinary system and alimentary tract.
WM315 Western Internal Medicine III (3/30) Prerequisite: BS210-213 Understanding the causes of disease in Western Medicine. Discussion regarding: Hepa tobiliary system and pancreas, hematropoietic system, Neoplasia, Nervous System. Psychiatric disorders, striated muscle, bone and bone mineral.
WM410 Clinical Nutrition (3/30) Prerequisite: None To advise right foods, menus, and cooking methods according to disease, signs, and symptoms based on biomedicine principle.