XingHuo College of Oriental Medicine Announces Open Enrollment for October and January Classes Leading to Master of Science Degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.
September 20, 2004 (PRLEAP.COM) Education NewsSeptember 20, 2004 — XingHuo College of Oriental Medicine Announces Open Enrollment for October and January Classes Leading to Master of Science Degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.
University of Complementary and Alternative Medicine and RainStar University of Scottsdale, Arizona, http://www.rainstaruniversity.com/ announce open enrollment availability for XingHuo College of Oriental Medicine Master of Science Degree Program. Classroom and clinic space is available for immediate enrollment. RainStar has won five Best Practices Awards from the Arizona Private School Association. They are well known for their College of Therapeutic Massage http://www.rainstaruniversity.com/html/college_overivew.html and continue that tradition of excellence in the College of Oriental Medicine.
In related news, a fundraiser will be held at the Rainstar University Main Campus, 8370 E Via De Ventura Blvd., Suite K100 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 to benefit the campaign of Senator Carolyn Allen on Wednesday October 6th 2004 at 9:00am.
XingHuo College of Oriental Medicine (XHCOM) places special emphasis on Chinese Herbology (herbal medicine) consistent with the classical Chinese treatment protocols. The program expands upon this traditional approach to treatment to better prepare students to pass the National Commission on Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) National Certification examination in Chinese Herbology required for licensure and practice. Our graduates are exceptionally well prepared for the NCCAOM ( National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine ) examination in acupuncture, a nationally recognized certification, and consistently maintain an above-average pass-rate.
College of Oriental Medicine
2005 Academic Calendar
Winter Trimester 2005
January 2 Orientation for Incoming Class
January 3 Winter Quarter Begins
April 11-16 Final Exams
April 17- May 1 Spring Break
Spring/Summer Trimester 2005
April 30 Orientation for Incoming Class
May 2 Spring Quarter Begins
May 30 Memorial Day- No Classes
August 8-13 Final Exams
August 14-28 Summer Break
Fall Trimester 2005
August 27 Orientation for Incoming Class
August 29 Fall Quarter Begins
September 5 Labor Day-No Classes
Nov 24-27 Thanksgiving Break-No Classes
December 5-10 Final Exams
December 11-January 1 Winter Break–No Classes
XHCOM is dedicated to keeping pace with cutting-edge scientific research and study in Oriental Medicine seeks to partner with Oriental Medicine facilities, hospitals and institutions throughout the United States, the People's Republic of China, Korea and the world at large. Our students will become fluent in the modern applications of Oriental Medicine, many of which are causing the theory and practice of this great medicine to evolve at a truly amazing pace.
XHCOM recognizes the value of providing a variety of on-site learning situations and is preparing study-abroad programs for students and graduates desiring to study Oriental Medicine, first hand, in China and Korea. Asia recognizes the United States as a primary source of Oriental Medicine theory and practice. Chinese medicine and Korean medicine represent two powerhouses of Oriental Medicine and XHCOM will seek to expand the interaction with these practices.
An over view of the College of Oriental Medicine as well as admission requirements, can be found here
The Master of Science degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine is designed to meet the educational requirements of the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) examinations in acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine. The NCCAOM examination process is a mandatory component in achieving Diplomat of the NCCAOM status. Ninety percent of the 37 jurisdictions that regulate the practice of acupuncture have adopted the NCCAOM acupuncture examination as part of the fundamental process for licensing acupuncturists. The certificate awarded by the NCCAOM is not a license to practice acupuncture. Individual states perform this function and should be contacted directly for further information. The State of Arizona began to license acupuncturists in May 1998. Licensure requires a resident course of at least three years of study and successful completion of the NCCAOM National Board Examination in Acupuncture or equivalent as defined by the Board.
Call 1-888-RainStar today for more information or to enroll in the College of Oriental Medicine.
RainStar University Main Campus
8370 E Via De Ventura Blvd., Suite K100 Scottsdale, AZ 85258
Phone 480-423-0375 1-888-RainStar
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