The Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (DAOM) program is designed for licensed acupuncturists interested in developing advanced TCM knowledge and skills, achieving a medical specialization, and gaining valuable experience in research and teaching.
Receive extensive TCM academic and clinical training from renowned senior TCM practitioners and biomedicine experts from China, the U.S. and Europe.
Five Branches University is currently accepting applications for the DAOM program. New students are accepted on a trimester basis in September, January, and May. Call us or request a catalog online.
Our financial aid programs can assist you with the financial costs of a DAOM education, including tuition, fees, books, supplies, and room and board to attend the program three to four days each month.
With an additional year of study, you can earn a Ph.D. degree awarded by one of our sister colleges in China. The Ph.D. degree is acknowledged by foreign credentials review agencies as equivalent to a Ph.D. in the U.S.
DAOM courses are offered once per month during four-day weekend intensives with a flexible clinical training schedule, allowing you to earn a doctorate degree in as little as 24 months while maintaining your private practice.
Learn how to assess evidence-based medicine, review new trends in TCM research and enhance your TCM scientific thinking skills.
Almost all DAOM courses offered throughout the program fulfill both California and national CEU requirements.
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