Doctorate of Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine

Dual Degree Master of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine and Doctor of Acupuncture in Chinese Medicine

We are proud to offer our students access to the new terminal degree opportunity.

Daoist Traditions Doctoral Program will expand on our Master’s program to include emphasis on:

  • Patient-centered care as part of an interdisciplinary team of practitioners;
  • Integration of Chinese medicine and biomedical research, theory, and
    evidence-informed practice into patient care; and,
  • Collaborative Care internship in a clinical setting.

Some courses in the DACM program are offered in a hybrid format – mixing face-to-face classroom instruction with online activities and outside resources to reinforce and complement what is learned in class. Hybrid courses offer more convenience and flexibility to fit into students’ busy schedules. We offer hybrid courses in asynchronous and synchronous formats. See the Q&A about Hybrid Courses for more information. Click Here for Hybrid Program Format FAQ

For more information, click here for our Academic Catalog.

*The Accreditation Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (ACAOM) has granted permission to begin enrolling students in the DACM program.  Daoist Traditions College of Chinese Medical Arts’ DACM program is not accredited or pre-accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (ACAOM).  Graduates of this program are not considered to have graduated from an ACAOM accredited or pre-accredited program and may not rely on ACAOM accreditation or pre-accreditation for professional licensure or other purposes.  This program is eligible for ACAOM accreditation and Daoist Traditions College of Chinese Medical Arts is currently in the process of seeking ACAOM pre-accreditation/accreditation for the program.  However, Daoist Traditions can provide no assurance that pre-accreditation or accreditation will be granted by ACAOM.  Students enrolled in this program are not eligible to participate in the Federal grant and loan programs based on ACAOM’s approval.  The UNC Board of Governors has issued a license for Daoist Traditions to offer the Doctor of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Degree Program.