Building a solid and broad understanding of biomedicine and various areas of the health sciences will give you a deeper understanding of TCM and help you work in interdisciplinary teams and centers and help you advise clients on treatment options.
To complete a bachelor's degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine, you must complete all required units. You will study basic combined units with other health students and related health students. To know more information about Bachelor of TCM, you can visit sitcm.edu.au/he-courses/bachelor-of-traditional-chinese-medicine/bachelor-of-tcm-program-overview/.
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In this course, you will share your new knowledge and experiences with other students and together acquire the professional skills essential for ethical and safe behavior and high-quality care. The skills you gain in communicating and working with people will be valuable to you throughout your career and life.
From the first session of the first year, you will also take TCM units. The final two years of the program focus on clinical skills, hands-on experience, and specialized areas such as diseases of the skin, gynecology, and musculoskeletal system. The TCM module covers acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, herbal medicine, Chinese medical theory, and clinical assessment.
The Bachelor in Traditional Chinese Medicine is accredited by the Council of Chinese Medicine in Australia to qualify graduates for general enrollment in the three departments of Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine, and Chinese Herbal Dispenser.