Bachelor of Health Science/Bachelor of Applied Science (Chinese Medicine)Program details
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You will undertake clinical observation at the RMIT Health Sciences Clinic from first year and a final-year clinical internship in China through the Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine.
How you will learn
Your studies begin with the basics of cell biology and Chinese medicine principles.
Anatomy, physiology, immunology and pathology follow, so you understand the body's normal and abnormal states.
You will be able to accurately locate needle acupuncture points. You will learn herbal medicine formulations in detail and understand the different clinical conditions that acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine can treat.
You will learn about both western and Chinese diagnosis and then apply this knowledge treating patients at the RMIT Health Sciences Clinic.
Jannah Jenkins was drawn to study Chinese medicine after her very first acupuncture treatment. She likes how it focuses on promoting wellbeing as well as treating diseases as they arise.
Chinese medicine’s holistic approach to patient health fascinated Mitchell Grandell, and fuelled his desire to study it at RMIT.