The Certificate 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 Certificate in Ayurvedic Medicine program, a student should have certain competencies or learning objectives. The learning objectives of the CAM program are as follows:
|SA1101||Foundations of Ayurveda (Padartha Vignyan)|
|SA1102||Ayurvedic Anatomy & Physiology 1 (Dosha/Dhatu/Mala Vignyan)|
|SA1103||Ayurvedic Anatomy & Physiology 2|
|SA1104||Ayurvedic Constitutional Evaluation|
|SA1105||Preventive Care in Ayurveda I/Concepts of Routine (Swastha Vritta I/Dinacarya/Ritucarya)|
|SA1106||Ayurvedic Psychology (Manas Shastra)|
|SA1107||Preventive Care in Ayurveda III/ Ayurvedic Nutrition (Swastha Vritta II)|
|SA1108||Preventive Care in Ayurveda II (Swastha Vritta III/Yoga)|
|SA1109||Fundamentals of Ayurvedic Herbology & Pharmacy I|
|SA1110||Fundamentals of Ayurvedic Herbology & Pharmacy II (Bhaisajya Kalpana & Dravya Guna Karma)|
|SA1111||Ayurvedic Detoxification (Panchakarma)|
|SA1112||Ayurvedic Wellness Solutions & Integration of Practice|
The Certificate in Ayurvedic Medicine program is 1 year in length. Students who wish to earn the Associate in Ayurvedic Medicine can attend the additional year to achieve the Associate degree after completing the Certificate in Ayurvedic Medicine.