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Chinese Medicine is a rapidly expanding profession and an obvious growth area for integrated and interdisciplinary professional training. Compare with Western Medicine, Chinese Medicine treatment and chinese herbs are more natural and less of chemical content. It provides another choice for human being to treat diseases.
The Bachelor of Chinese Medicine (Hons) programme aims to produce Chinese Medicine practitioners who possess in-depth knowledge Chinese Medicine’s unique principles, diagnosis and treatment employing acupuncture, chinese herbal medicine and other therapeutic approaches, as well as western medical sciences and diagnosis.
The programme has a diversified curriculum with 60% on Chinese Medicine and 30% on Western Medicine. Students will be equiped with a strong foundation in the principles, theories and practices of chinese materia medica, acupuncture and ‘Tui-Na’(massage).
STPM with CGPA 2.50 and principal passes in any 2 science subjects or with CGPA 2.50 and principal passes in any 2 subjects as well as SPM credits in any 2 science subjects Or A-level in 2 science subjects and CGPA 2.50 Or South Australian matriculation (SAM) with an Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) 70 and grade B in 2 science subjects Or Canadian Pre-University with an average of 70% in 6 relevant subjects including 2 science subjects Or Unified examination certificate (UEC) with Grade B in 5 relevant subjects including 2 science subjects
Foundation in Science from Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) with CGPA 2.50 including 2 science subjects Or Foundation in Science from other Institutions Of Higher Learning with CGPA 2.50 including 2 science subjects Or Matriculation certificate, Ministry of Education with CGPA 2.50 including 2 science subjects or
Diploma from Institutions Of Higher Learning in the relevant field with CGPA 2.50 or Diploma from Tunku Abdul Rahman Universiti college (TAR UC) in the relevant field with CGPA 2.50 or Diploma in Traditional and Complementary Medicine from recognised institutions equivalent with CGPA 2.50 or CGPA 2.00 And with 2 years of relevant working experience Or Diploma with CGPA 2.50 from Institutions recognised by Traditional and Complementary Medicine Board Or Bachelor Honours degree with CGPA 2.50 in any discipline from Institutions Of Higher Learning Or Other equivalent qualifications recognised by the Malaysian government
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