Chinese Medicine

What you’ll learn

Ideal for:

This Bachelor’s degree in Chinese Medicine is ideal for those who want a career as a practitioner treating the imbalance of Yin and Yang with its own forms of diagnosis (such as observation of the patient including their tongue, pulse, and overall state), and treatment (including acupuncture, herbs, and diet and acupuncture).

Full time 4 years * | Part time 8 years *

Medicinal Chinese knowledge and practices dates back thousands of years. In modern times, philosophy and practice have merged into a structured system known as Chinese Medicine.

Chinese Medicine is a holistic form of medicine that views the interaction of mind, body and spirit as an integral part of both disease pattern and restoration of health. Qi, the ancient concept of Yin and Yang, explains how natural forces within our internal and external environments can improve our ability to heal. Disease prevention and health maintenance are primary within this field.

While undertaking SSNT’s Chinese Medicine courses bachelor-level, students will be able to practice their classroom skills on a public clientele at the Think Wellbeing Centre – SSNT’s on-campus wellbeing clinic.

Graduates of SSNT’s Chinese Medicine course can go on to be practitioners who treat the imbalance of Yin and Yang with its own forms of diagnosis (such as observation of the patient including their tongue, pulse, and overall state), and treatment (including acupuncture, herbs, and diet).