1. Professional orientation:
The major aims to cultivate TCM physicians who love TCM can systematically master TCM basic theories, professional knowledge, and practical skills, have good professional ethics and have good independent learning capabilities.
2. Main courses:
The basic theory of Chinese medicine, Chinese medicine diagnostics, Chinese pharmacy, prescriptions, normal human anatomy, physiology, pathology, biochemistry, basic diagnostics, western medicine, Chinese medicine internal medicine, Chinese medicine surgery, Chinese medicine gynecology, Chinese medicine-pediatrics , Acupuncture, Tuina, Ancient Chinese Medicine, Medical Ethics, etc.
Throughout the learning process of students, teachers will use various teaching methods such as classroom lectures, group discussions, problem-centered teaching (PBL), bedside teaching, simulation demonstration, skill training, and social practice according to the actual situation such as teaching content. , To promote the teaching reform to cultivate students' autonomous learning ability. Theoretical teaching is mainly completed in the campus of Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and the clinical practice is completed in the affiliated hospital or teaching hospital of Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
3. Graduation and degree award:
According to the courses stipulated in the "Guiding Teaching Plan" (Annex 1), those who pass the exam and reach the required credits are allowed to graduate. At the same time meet the required grade point requirements and various comprehensive examinations. Applicants for a bachelor's degree have reached the new version of the Chinese Proficiency Test (HSK) with 5 or more than 180 points or 4 or more than 210 points (except for ethnic Chinese), approved by the school degree committee and awarded to medicine Bachelor's degree.
About the School
As one of the first four TCM colleges across China, the Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine is oriented at research, specialty, and openness. Currently, approximately 10,000 students a ... Read More