Dual Enrollment Master of Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine and Doctor of Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine Degree (MAHM/DAHM)
NOTE: The program recently underwent a name change. The new name and acronym (MAHM/DAHM) have yet to be updated on some of the website pages.
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Want to learn more about Daoist Traditions’ Master and Dual Enrollment master/doctoral programs? Attend our the Discovery Day Open House at our main campus, April 26, 10am-2pm
If you can’t attend the Discovery Day Open House, sign up for one of our online Information Sessions:
- Wednesday, May 29, 7pm
- Wednesday June 19, 7pm
We are proud to offer our students access to the new terminal degree opportunity. The dual enrollment MAHM/DAHM program is available for masters students who meet the additional admission requirements and would like to complete their doctoral degree concurrently while completing their masters degree.
Daoist Traditions doctoral program expands on our master’s program to include advanced competencies and studies in specialty areas commonly seen in clinical practice – Orthopedics, Neurology, Endocrinology, Obstetrics, and Cardiology.
Faculty members bring years of practical experience into the classroom, helping students learn beyond what can be conveyed through textbooks. The supportive classroom environment allows students to learn effectively and feel comfortable putting theories into practice in a clinical setting. From mastering fundamental skills to gaining the confidence to begin successful practices as independent healthcare providers, we prepare students for success.
The best way to learn this patient-centered medicine is to be immersed in-person with your instructors and classmates. While the program incorporates some online coursework, in-person learning helps develop important skills you need as a practitioner – building rapport, communicating face-to-face, and practicing hands-on skills. Sharing the learning experience in-person also helps you establish connections and friendships with your classmates as you go through the four-year program.
Daoist Traditions utilizes a track system where students begin and complete the program at the same time – so you are with the same group of students for four years. By consistently meeting in-person with the same group, you develop a deeper sense of community with your classmates. The supportive learning environment allows you to practice new skills with your peers and learn from the experiences of others around you.
For more information about the program, click here for our Academic Catalog.