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Ayurveda

Associate in Ayurvedic Medicine Program

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The Associate in Ayurvedic Medicine diploma program provides basic principles in Ayurveda, Philosophy, History, Sanskrit, Ayurvedic Anatomy and Physiology. The program focuses on developing skills in the areas of preventive medicine, nutrition, herbology, home remedies, detoxification, rejuvenation, bodywork, and daily/seasonal routine and a basic understanding of common diseases. This program includes supervised practicum.

Upon completing the Associate in Ayurvedic Medicine program, a student should have certain competencies or learning objectives. The learning objectives of the AAM program are as follows:

  1. Students will be able to practice self protocols of healing and guide individuals and groups through educational seminars and workshops on the traditional practices and principles of Ayurveda.
  2. The student will be able to determine Ayurvedic constitution and take a detailed history of the client’s condition in order to manage and/or refer client for Ayurveda treatments.
  3. The student will be able to educate clients on prevention of imbalances and recommend appropriate dietary, lifestyle, yoga, meditation, health promoting herbal recommendations, rayanas and recommend simple solutions for common diseases as recommended by Ayurveda.
CourseTitle
SA2101Advanced Ayurvedic Anatomy & Physiology (Dosha Dhatu Mala Vigyan)
SA2102Ayurvedic Pathophysiology (Advance Roga Nidan Pareeksha)
SA2103Ayurvedic Herbology Pharmacology and Pharmacy II (Dravya Guna Vignyam and Bhaishajya Kalpana)
SA2104Ayurvedic Detoxification II (Panchakarma) and Marma Chikitsa
SA2105Management of Digestive Systems and Metabolic disorders (Kayachikitsa I)
SA2106Management of the Nervous system and Musculoskeletal disorders (Kayachikitsa II)
SA2107Management of the Respiratory system and Cardiovascular disorders (Kayachikitsa III)
SA2108Management of the Skin, Senses and Mental Disorders (Kayachikitsa IV)
SA2109Management of the Reproductive System and excretory disorders (Kayachikitsa V)
SA2110Management of Gynecology, Pediatrics and Geriatric disorders (Kayachikitsa VI)
SA2111Internship, Patient Management, Case Discussions:
SA2112Trip to India
SA2113Clinical Practicum

The Associate in Ayurvedic Medicine program is 2 years in length. Students who completed the Certificate in Ayurvedic Medicine program can attend the additional year to achieve the Associate degree.

Bachelor in Ayurvedic Medicine Program

January 27, 2018 | Online Classes Available  Download Schedule

The Bachelor in Ayurvedic Medicine program provides advanced principles in Ayurveda, pulse, psychology, herbology, toxicology and diagnosis.

Upon completing the Bachelor in Ayurvedic Medicine program, a student should have certain competencies or learning objectives. The learning objectives of the Bachelor in Ayurvedic Medicine program are:

  1. The student will be able to accurately assess pulse readings to uncover disease before it manifests.
  2. The student will be able to utilize herbal formulations in their practice.
  3. The student will gain practical skills in developing treatment plan protocols.
CourseTitleCreditsHours
SA3201Advanced Pulse Diagnosis695
SA3202Advanced Ayurvedic Psychology & Energy Medicine695
SA3203Advanced Ayurvedic Herbology, Pharmacology & Pharmacy695
SA3304Ayurvedic Toxicology695
SA3305Ayurvedic Diagnosis & Clinical Methods695
SA3306Advanced Counseling Techniques & Clinical Practicum695
Total Credit Hours36570

15 hours of classwork/coursework = 1 credit hour/50 hours includes 28 classroom hours and 80 hours of additional coursework.

Masters in Ayurvedic Medicine Program

The Masters in Ayurvedic Medicine program provides advanced study in Ayurveda including the study of the classical texts that are the bedrock of ayurvedic study. The program focuses on a deeper contextual meaning of ayurveda. Students will have a deeper understanding of the Sanskrit language, the slokas and the traditional teachings of ayurveda.

Upon completing the Master in Ayurvedic Medicine program, a student should have certain competencies or learning objectives. The learning objectives of the Master in Ayurvedic Medicine program are:

  1. The student will be able to understand the ancient texts in their native language and recite the slokas
  2. The student will be able to complete a marma session with understanding of the points and their functions
  3. The student will gain practical skills in developing treatment plan protocols.
  4. The student will be able to write a research proposal and use statistical analysis software
CourseTitleCreditsHours
SA4201Classic Ayurvedic Texts695
SA4202Advanced Marma Chikitsa695
SA4203Advanced Panchakarma695
SA4404Social Medicine, Spirituality & Yoga Sutras695
SA4405Principles of Research & Statistics for Ayurvedic Practioners695
SA4406Masters Thesis/Supervised Field Project695
Total Credit Hours36570

15 hours of classwork/coursework = 1 credit hour/50 hours includes 28 classroom hours and 80 hours of additional coursework including reading and homework assignments.

Doctorate in Ayurvedic Medicine Program

The Doctorate in Ayurvedic Medicine program provides the most advanced study in Ayurveda including the study of Western medicine to tie both Estern and Western medical protocols together. The program focuses on strengthening the practitioners understanding of Western disease, pathology and assessment.

Upon completing the Doctorate in Ayurvedic Medicine program, a student should have certain competencies or learning objectives. The learning objectives of the Master in Ayurvedic Medicine program are:

  1. The student will be able to understand the connection between Western diagnosis and Ayurvedic diagnosis and treatment
  2. The student will be able to complete a marma session with understanding of the points and their functions
  3. The student will be able to utilize Western assessment techniques to provide the most comprehensive treatment in their Ayurvedic practice
  4. The student will be able to complete a dissertation and defend their research results to faculty and peers
CourseTitleCreditsHours
SA5501Western Disease Pathology I695
SA5502Western Disease Pathology II695
SA5503Western Physical Assessment & Laboratory Testing695
SA5504Pharmacology695
SA5505Seminar in Ayurvedic Clinical Case Studies695
SA5506Dissertation/Doctoral Field Project695
Total Credit Hours36570

15 hours of classwork/coursework = 1 credit hour/50 hours includes 28 classroom hours and 80 hours of additional coursework including reading and homework assignments.

Astrology

Associate in Astrological Sciences

August 13, 2017 | Online Classes Available  Download Schedule

Associate in Astrological Sciences focuses on interpretation of the natal chart. The program focuses on natal chart delineation, significations of the planets, the mythology of the planets, the important roles planets play in horoscope analysis and understanding the major aspects along with ethics and beginning counseling skills.

The learning objectives of the Associate in Astrological Sciences are:

  • The students will be able to apply an understanding of the planets, archetypes and the house meanings.
  • The student will be able to counsel clients on basic aspects of the natal chart including element distribution.
  • The student will be able to interpret chart aspects and personality analysis.
CourseTitle
AS2101Advanced Concepts in Natal Astrology
AS2102Natal Chart Interpretation
AS2103Delineation
AS2104Temperament, Family Themes & Issues
AS2105Vocational Astrology
AS2106Astrocartography
AS2107Horary Astrology
AS2108Medical Astrology
AS2109Karma & Astrology
AS2110Vedic Astrology
AS2111Esoteric Astrology
AS2112Counseling Issues in Astrology

Bachelor in Astrological Sciences

Bachelor in Astrological Sciences provides in-depth knowledge of more advanced principles in astrology. The program focuses on developing critical skills in the student including interpretation of transits, advanced methods to interpreting a chart, retrogradation, aspects, house rulers and major configurations, and strategies in counseling.

The learning objectives of the Bachelor in Astrological Sciences are:

  • The students will be able to apply a deeper understanding of theory and practical application of the astrological techniques of transits and the lunar nodes.
  • The student will be able to develop and consolidate their interpretation and consultation skills and learn to interpret charts at a more advanced level.
  • The student will be able to interpret synastry and combined charts.
CourseTitle
AS3101Advanced Concepts in Astrology
AS3102Advanced Chart Interpretation
AS3103Mundane Analysis
AS3104Elements as Personality Characteristics: Earth & Water in the Natal Chart
AS3105Elements as Personality Characteristics: Fire & Air in the Natal Chart
AS3106Advanced concepts: Lunar Astrology
AS3107Advanced concepts: Ascendant Astrology
AS3108Advanced Medical Astrology
AS3109Synestry & Combined Charts
AS3110Advanced Esoteric Astrology
AS3111Advanced Psychological Astrology
AS3112Advanced Counseling Issues in Astrology