This programme is research-oriented. A student may be required to attend and participate in seminars/workshops of the School, as well as those of relevant topics offered by other departments as deemed appropriate by the supervisors. They also have to present seminars summarizing research work performed. A total of at least 36 units with a written thesis are required for graduation. The 36 units should be taken from the following sections:
Seminars/Special Studies: 6 units Research for Thesis: 30 units
Fields of Specialization
Pharmacological, biological, and biochemical studies of Chinese medicines
Evidence based and clinical studies of Chinese medicine
Clinical and experimental studies of acupuncture
Basic theory & literature research in Chinese medicine
R&D of Chinese medicinal products for health
Phytochemistry & quality control of Chinese medicines
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In addition to the general requirements of the Graduate School, applicants should have a recognized Master’s degree in Chinese Medicine, biomedical-related or chemical science.