Review and Assessment

Natasha Worrell-Merritt, L.Ac.

Department Chair
Course TitleCodeUnitsHours
[Required Courses]
Cumulative Review IMRA 300116
Cumulative Review IIMRA 500 116
Cumulative Review IIIMRA 700116
Final ReviewMRA 800348

Cumulative Review I

MRA 300
1 Units 16 Hours

The core curriculum of the first two semesters of study, including TCM Theory, TCM Herbology, TCM Acupuncture and Western Medicine are systematically reviewed to strengthen and solidify the students’ understanding and mastery of the material. The objective of this course is to help students develop good study and test-taking skills, and to learn to maintain a controlled pace in studying the curriculum. The course is designed to assimilate the coursework covered during the first year, preparing students for the first cumulative examination.

Prerequisite:
MCT 100, TCM Foundations; MCT 200/201, TCM Diagnosis/Lab; MAC 100, Introduction to Channel Theory; MWM 101, General Biology, MWM 103, Human Anatomy; MWM 110, Western Medical Terminology; MWM 203, Medical Physiology

Cumulative Review II

MRA 500
1 Units 16 Hours

The core curriculum of the first four semesters of study, including TCM Theory, TCM Herbology, TCM Acupuncture and Western Medicine will be systematically reviewed in order to strengthen and solidify the students’ understanding and mastery of the material. The objective of this course is to help students develop good study skills, strong test-taking skills, and to learn to maintain a controlled pace in studying the curriculum. The course is designed to assimilate the coursework covered during the first two years and to prepare students for the second cumulative examination.

Prerequisite:
220/230,320/330, MAC 420, MHB 101, MHB 201,301,401, MCM 410, MCD 420; Co-requisites:MAC 510/520, MHB 530, MWM 520, MWM 530

Cumulative Review III

MRA 700
1 Units 16 Hours

The core curriculum of the first six semesters of study, including TCM Theory, TCM Herbology, TCM Acupuncture, TCM Clinical Medicine, and Western Medicine will be systematically reviewed in order to strengthen and solidify the students’ understanding and mastery of the material. The objective of this course is to help students develop good study skills, strong test-taking skills, and to learn to maintain a controlled pace in studying the curriculum. The course is designed to assimilate the coursework covered during the first three years and to prepare students for the third cumulative examination.

Prerequisite:
MAC 601, MHB 501/601, MCM 510, MCM 630, MWM 610, MWM 620; Pre-or Co-requisites:MAC 701, MHB 700, MCM 730, MWM 710, MWM 715, MWM 720

Final Review

MRA 800
3 Units 48 Hours

This course is designed to prepare students for the final cumulative exam and to assimilate the coursework covered during the complete four years of study. This course provides a solid foundation and study guide for preparing for the California State Board licensing (CALE), and national certification (NCCAOM) examinations. Key TCM concepts, study methodology, analysis and integrative skills will be emphasized. Upon completion of this course, students will be primed and prepared for the final cumulative exam, the California State Board and the NCCAOM examinations.

Prerequisite:
MRA 700, Cumulative Review III