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Doctor of Classical Homeopathy
Program Course Descriptions
Department of Basic Health Sciences
This department provides ...
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Physiology 101: 50 hours (5 quarter credit hours)
This is the first of a four part series in the normal function of the ...
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This is the first of a two-part sequence in medical biochemistry. This course will
examine protein structure and how tha...
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Immunology
Immunology 201: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours)
This course examines the function of the human immune syste...
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Pharmacology 202: 30 hours (3 quarter credit hours)
This is a continuation of Pharmacology 201 with a discussion of drug...
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Jurisprudence 204: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours)
This course examines the basic concepts of jurisprudence in clinica...
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This course examines the process of aging with an exploration of the common
physical and psychosocial issues that the el...
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This class focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of common diseases of the
gastrointestinal system. Gastroenterological...
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women by taking a gynecological history, performing a physical exam, assessing risks
and lab results and evaluating info...
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Plants, Lilianae, Fungi, Papaveraceae, Coniferae and Ranunculaceae Anemonae.
Comparative Materia Medica will also be ex...
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This is the third of a four part series on materia medica. Remedies studies
include the nosodes, sarcodes and impondera...
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Prerequisites: None
Case Management 302: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours)
This class will explore the fundamental conc...
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Prerequisites: Materia Medica 101-104; Materia Medica 201-204;; Philosophy
101-104; Philosophy 201; Repertory 101-104, ...
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History 102: 10 hours (1 credit hour)
This is the second of a two part series on the history of homeopathy. This
sectio...
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Repertory 301: 10 hours (1 credit hour)
This is the first in a four part series on the repertory. It provides an in dep...
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Prerequisites: Developing the Capacity to Observe 101-104; Developing the
Capacity to Perceive 201
Developing the Capac...
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Prerequisites: Materia Medica 101-104; Materia Medica 201-204; Philosophy
101-104; Philosophy 201;
Repertory 101-104, 2...
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This is the first of a two-part course in which students are taught to perform
routine physical examinations. Emphasis ...
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presenting history and lab findings. Students are also introduced to patient
management skills used in coordinating ass...
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Non-Classical Approaches to Homeopathy 303: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours)
Prerequisites: Philosophy 101-104; Philos...
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given increasing independence in their clinical work so that by the time of graduation,
they are fully prepared for cli...
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practitioners in a small group setting. Mentorship is more process focused than content
focused. It is an opportunity t...
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This course is the second of a four part series designed to introduce students to
case taking and case analysis in a cl...
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Clinical Observation 201-204: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours)
This course is designed to help students observe record...
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Prerequisites: None
Clinical Training 303: 24 hours (2 quarter credit hours)
This course is the last of a four part ser...
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focused. It is an opportunity to talk about issues pertaining to what it is to become a
homeopath and one’s homeopathic...
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This course is the sixteenth of a sixteen part series that continues throughout the
entire program. It is designed for ...
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This is the third of a four part series designed to teach the student self-
awareness as a healer. The format is small ...
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  1. 1. 1 Doctor of Classical Homeopathy Program Course Descriptions Department of Basic Health Sciences This department provides a study of the principles and concepts needed to examine the structure and function of the human body. It includes courses in Anatomy, Physiology, Embryology, Neuroanatomy, Medical Biochemistry, Pathophysiology, Immunology, Microbiology, Genetics and Pharmacology. Anatomy Anatomy 101: 50 hours (Lecture 30; Lab 20) (3 quarter credit hours lecture; 2 quarter credit hours lab) This is the first of a four-part sequence in human gross anatomy. Cadaver dissection is required. Anatomical models, radiographic anatomy, living anatomy and clinical presentations may be used to demonstrate anatomical concepts. Clinical correlations will be presented when appropriate. Prerequisites: None Anatomy 102: 50 hours (Lecture 30; Lab 20) (3 quarter credit hours lecture; 2 quarter credit hours lab) This is the second of a four-part sequence in human gross anatomy. Cadaver dissection is required. Anatomical models, radiographic anatomy, living anatomy and clinical presentations may be used to demonstrate anatomical concepts. Clinical correlations will be presented when appropriate. Prerequisites: Anatomy 101 Anatomy 103: 50 hours (Lecture 30; Lab 20) (3 quarter credit hours lecture; 2 quarter credit hours lab) This is the third of a four-part sequence in human gross anatomy. Cadaver dissection is required. Anatomical models, radiographic anatomy, living anatomy and clinical presentations may be used to demonstrate anatomical concepts. Clinical correlations will be presented when appropriate. Prerequisites: Anatomy 101 and 102 Anatomy 104: 50 hours (Lecture 30; Lab 20) (3 quarter credit hours lecture; 2 quarter credit hours lab) This is the first of a four-part sequence in human gross anatomy. Cadaver dissection is required. Anatomical models, radiographic anatomy, living anatomy and clinical presentations may be used to demonstrate anatomical concepts. Clinical correlations will be presented when appropriate. Prerequisites: Anatomy 101, 102, 104 Physiology
  2. 2. 2 Physiology 101: 50 hours (5 quarter credit hours) This is the first of a four part series in the normal function of the human body. This first course will explore the function of cells, muscles and nerves. Prerequisites: None Physiology 102: 50 hours (5 quarter credit hours) This is the second of a four part series in the normal function of the human body. This second course will explore the function and regulation of the cardiovascular and respiratory systems. Prerequisites: Physiology 101 Physiology 103: 50 hours (5 quarter credit hours) This is the third of a four part series in the normal function of the human body. This third course will explore the function and regulation of the gastrointestinal and urinary systems. Prerequisites: Physiology 101, 102 Physiology 104: 50 hours (5 quarter credit hours) This is the fourth of a four part series in the normal function of the human body. Prerequisites: Physiology 101, 102, 103 Embryology: Embryology 201: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This course will examine the origins and development of body systems. Focus in on the fetal development of major anatomical structures and systems of the body. Correlation will be made to Herrings Law of Cure. Prerequisites: Anatomy 101-104 Neuroanatomy Neuroanatomy 101: 30 Hours (3 quarter credit hours) This course focuses on the study of the central nervous system and how it interacts with the peripheral nervous system and the body in general. Prerequisites: None Neuroanatomy 102: 30 Hours (3 quarter credit hours) This course focuses on the study of the central nervous system and how it interacts with the peripheral nervous system and the body in general. Prerequisites: Neuroanatomy 101 Medical Biochemistry Medical Biochemistry 103: 60 hours (6 quarter credit hours)
  3. 3. 3 This is the first of a two-part sequence in medical biochemistry. This course will examine protein structure and how that structure relates to protein function. Enzyme function and regulation will be studied. Finally carbohydrate metabolism will be examined. Prerequisites: None Medical Biochemistry 104: 60 hours (6 quarter credit hours) This is a continuation of Biochemistry 103. It continues the study of the body's metabolic process by concentrating on lipid metabolism, amino acid metabolism and nucleic acid metabolism. Prerequisites: Medical Biochemistry 103 Pathophysiology and Disease Processes Pathophysiology 201: 40 hours (4 quarter credit hours) This is the first of a four part series examining the progression of normal tissue function to abnormal states. The study of disease is emphasized by understanding the pathophysiologic processes that act on healthy tissue when the body is not effective in adapting to biological stress The study of the disease process involving each organ system is included. Prerequisites: None Pathophysiology 202: 40 hours (4 quarter credit hours) This is the second of a four part series examining the progression of normal tissue function to abnormal states. The study of disease is emphasized by understanding the pathophysiologic processes that act on healthy tissue when the body is not effective in adapting to biological stress The study of the disease process involving each organ system is included. There is a focus on cardiovascular, hematologic, pulmonary and gastrointestinal systems. Prerequisites: Pathophysiology 201 Pathophysiology 203: 40 hours (4 quarter credit hours) This is the third of a four part series examining the progression of normal tissue function to abnormal states. The study of disease is emphasized by understanding the pathophysiologic processes that act on healthy tissue when the body is not effective in adapting to biological stress There is a focus on renal, endocrine, musculoskeletal, nervous and genito-urinary systems. Prerequisites: Pathophysiology 201, 202 Pathophysiology 204: 40 hours (4 quarter credit hours) This is the last of a four part series examining the progression of normal tissue function to abnormal states. The study of disease is emphasized by understanding the pathophysiologic processes that act on healthy tissue when the body is not effective in adapting to biological stress Prerequisites: Pathophysiology 201, 202, 203
  4. 4. 4 Immunology Immunology 201: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This course examines the function of the human immune system and the response to both internal and external stressors. Key concepts in the study of immunology are emphasized. Prerequisites: Physiology 101-104 Endocrinology Endocrinology 202: 40 hours (4 quarter credit hours) This course examines the functions and the physiological relationships found in the endocrine system. There is a focus on how the endocrine system responds to initial pathophysiologic changes. Prerequisites: Physiology 101-104 Microbiology and Infectious Disease Microbiology 203: 40 hours (4 quarter credit hours) (20 hour lab) In this course, students study and examine the microorganisms that are associated with human disease. This includes evaluation of virulence factors, modes of transmission, epidemiology and general pathology in bacteria, viruses, parasites and fungi. Students will correlate these factors with signs/symptoms that are present in human as a result of microbial infection. Prerequisites: Physiology 101-104; Medical Biochemistry 103-104 Medical Genetics Medical Genetics 204: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This course covers medically oriented genetics. Emphasis is placed on the understanding of genetic counseling, nucleic acid metabolism, DNA, RNA, transcription and translation, post translational events, Mendelian inheritance, general immunogenetics, concepts in differentiation, genetic control mechanisms general oncogenetics, PCR, RFLP, biochemical lesions and general bacterial and viral genetics. Prerequisites: Physiology 101-104; Medical Biochemistry 103-104 Pharmacology Pharmacology 201: 40 hours (4 quarter credit hours) This is the first of a two part course covering the mechanisms of drug actions and the purposed for utilizing pharmaceutical interventions. Emphasis is place don drug classifications that act on neurotransmitter systems, including adrenergics, cholinergics, anticholinergics, psychotropics, anti-Parkinson's, dopamines, benzodiazepines and drugs of abuse. An overview of legal and statutory issues and basic terminology. Prerequisites: Physiology 101-104; Medical Biochemistry 103-104
  5. 5. 5 Pharmacology 202: 30 hours (3 quarter credit hours) This is a continuation of Pharmacology 201 with a discussion of drug classifications. There is a focus on drugs that deal with the cardiovascular and hormonal systems as well as antibiotics and antivirals. Side effects, toxicity, potentiating effects and detoxification are explored. Prerequisites: Pharmacy 201; Physiology 101-104; Medical Biochemistry 103- 104 Department of Community and World Health This department helps to prepare the student to develop an understanding and to become a contributing part of the public health community. Public Health 203: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This class is an introduction to concepts related to public health. There will be an exploration of the political climate related to public health issues. Prerequisites: None Anthropology for Homeopaths 301: 40 hours (4 quarter credit hours) This course is a survey course on anthropology for homeopaths. It explores basic anthropological concepts useful in practice with a focus on cultural diversity. Prerequisites: Community Project 401: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This course is designed to help bridge the gap between the student and the homeopathic community. The student is required to choose and carry out a project within the homeopathic community. Perquisites: Department of Clinical Medicine This department emphasizes the practical application of homeopathic medicine. Courses are provided in the professional, legal and ethical aspects of practice. The classes are designed to student develop the skills and knowledge necessary for successful practice of homeopathic medicine. Epidemiology 102: 30 hours (3 quarter credit hours) This course examines the basic concepts of epidemiology and statistics in clinical medicine. Prerequisites: Anatomy 101-102; Physiology 101-102 Counseling Theories and Practice 203: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This course examines the basic concepts of counseling in clinical medicine. It focuses on helping students develop effective communication skills with their patients. Patient education, ethical and legal issues are discussed. Prerequisites: Anatomy 101-104; Physiology 101-104; Pathophysiology 201- 202; Pharmacology 201-202
  6. 6. 6 Jurisprudence 204: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This course examines the basic concepts of jurisprudence in clinical medicine. It provides an overview of the legal system and the laws that effect homeopathic medical practice on both the state and federal level. Topics include health policy development, licensure and registration laws, regulatory board, legislative lobbying, and employment practices. OSHA, FDA and CLIA regulations, professional liability, malpractice, credentialing, peer review, risk management, patient rights and unprofessional conduct. Prerequisites: Anatomy 101-104; Physiology 101-104; Pathophysiology 201- 203; Pharmacology 201-202 Emergency Medicine 301: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This class focuses on the assessment of common problems in emergency medicine. Appropriate referral is addressed. Prerequisites: Anatomy 101-104; Physiology 101-104; Pathophysiology 201- 204; Pharmacology 201-202 Pediatrics 301: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This class focuses on the assessment of common problems in infancy, childhood and adolescence. Emphasis in on normal developmental milestones, disease prevention and the treatment of common childhood conditions. Appropriate referral is addressed. Prerequisites: Anatomy 101-104; Physiology 101-104; Pathophysiology 201- 204; Pharmacology 201-202 ENT 301: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This class focuses on the assessment of common problems in EENT (Eyes, Ears, Nose and Throat). EENT emergencies and appropriate referral is addressed. Prerequisites: Anatomy 101-104; Physiology 101-104; Pathophysiology 201- 204; Pharmacology 201-202 Neurology 301: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This class focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the nervous system. Neurological emergencies and appropriate referral is addressed. Prerequisites: Anatomy 101-104; Physiology 101-104; Pathophysiology 201- 204; Pharmacology 201-202 Urology 302: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This class focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the urinary tract and male reproductive system. Urological emergencies and appropriate referral is addressed. Prerequisites: Anatomy 101-104; Physiology 101-104; Pathophysiology 201- 204; Pharmacology 201-202 Geriatrics 302: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours)
  7. 7. 7 This course examines the process of aging with an exploration of the common physical and psychosocial issues that the elderly face. Prerequisites: Anatomy 101-104; Physiology 101-104; Pathophysiology 201- 204; Pharmacology 201-202 Dermatology 302: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This class focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the skin. Non- suppressive treatment is emphasized. Dermatological emergencies and appropriate referral is addressed. Prerequisites: Anatomy 101-104; Physiology 101-104; Pathophysiology 201- 204; Pharmacology 201-202 Endocrinology 302: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This class focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the endocrine system. Endocrinological emergencies and appropriate referral is addressed. Prerequisites: Anatomy 101-104; Physiology 101-104; Pathophysiology 201- 204; Pharmacology 201-202 Psychiatry 303: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This class focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of common psychiatric conditions Psychiatric emergencies and appropriate referral is addressed. Prerequisites: Anatomy 101-104; Physiology 101-104; Pathophysiology 201- 204; Pharmacology 201-202 Addictionology 303: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This class focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of addiction. The role of homeopathic treatment will be explored. Prerequisites: Anatomy 101-104; Physiology 101-104; Pathophysiology 201- 204; Pharmacology 201-202 Cardiology 303: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This class focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of common diseases of the cardiovascular system. Cardiovascular emergencies and appropriate referral is addressed. Prerequisites: Anatomy 101-104; Physiology 101-104; Pathophysiology 201- 204; Pharmacology 201-202 Pulmonology 303: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This class focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of common diseases of the pulmonary system. Pulmonary emergencies and appropriate referral is addressed. Prerequisites: Anatomy 101-104; Physiology 101-104; Pathophysiology 201- 204; Pharmacology 201-202 Gastroenterology 304: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours)
  8. 8. 8 This class focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of common diseases of the gastrointestinal system. Gastroenterological emergencies and appropriate referral is addressed. Prerequisites: Anatomy 101-104; Physiology 101-104; Pathophysiology 201- 204; Pharmacology 201-202 Rheumatology 304: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This class focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the rheumatological system. Emphasis is placed on the diagnosis and treatment of autoimmune disorders. Prerequisites: Anatomy 101-104; Physiology 101-104; Pathophysiology 201- 204; Pharmacology 201-202 Oncology 304: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This class focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of commonly occurring cancers. Medical alternative and innovating therapeutic approaches are discussed. Prerequisites: Anatomy 101-104; Physiology 101-104; Pathophysiology 201- 204; Pharmacology 201-202 Allergies and Immunology 304: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This class focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of common autoimmune and allergic diseases. Prerequisites: Anatomy 101-104; Physiology 101-104; Pathophysiology 201- 204; Pharmacology 201-202 Department of Women's Health This department offers courses to help women with their health care needs. Students become familiar with both conventional and homeopathic modalities of treatment for the underlying conditions. Physical examination and laboratory studies are emphasized. Obstetrics 301: 30 hours (3 quarter credit hours) This course prepares the student to provide basic healthcare appropriate to the pregnant woman. Topics include diagnosis of pregnancy, initial prenatal care, therapeutics for early pregnancy, management of spontaneous abortion, infertility, overview of normal and complicated .labor/delivery and the postpartum care of mothers and infants. The student is prepared to screen for risks. Prerequisites: Anatomy 101-104; Physiology 101-104; Pathophysiology 201- 204; Pharmacology 201-202 Gynecology 302: 30 hours (3 quarter credit hours) This course focused on basic gynecological health issues that are encountered in the primary care setting including menstrual disorders, pelvic pain, masses, Pap smears, STD's, breast health, contraception, infertility, menopause and osteoporosis. The student will learn to provide routine well women care and preventive care for
  9. 9. 9 women by taking a gynecological history, performing a physical exam, assessing risks and lab results and evaluating information to make a diagnosis. Prerequisites: Anatomy 101-104; Physiology 101-104; Pathophysiology 201- 204; Pharmacology 201-202 Department of Materia Medica and Therapeutics This department teaches the fundamental knowledge of our homeopathic medicines. It also explores the therapeutic process including case management skills, removing obstacles to cure, and preparation for practice. Materia Medica 101: 30 hours (3 quarter credit hours) This is the first of four courses in the first year of the curriculum on homeopathic materia medica. The concept of materia medica, the types of materia medicas are explored and strategies for learning materia medica will be explored. The mineral kingdom is introduced along with the basic mineral remedies. Comparative Materia Medica is also introduced. Prerequisites: None Materia Medica 102: 30 hours (3 quarter credit hours) This is the second of four courses in the first year of the curriculum on homeopathic materia medica. The concept of materia medica, the types of materia medicas are explored and strategies for learning materia medica will be explored. The mineral kingdom is introduced along with the basic mineral remedies. Comparative Materia Medica is also introduced. . Prerequisites: Materia Medica 101 Materia Medica 103: 30 hours (3 quarter credit hours) This is the third of a four part series on homeopathic materia medica. Mineral remedies will be explored including the . Calcarea's, Magnesia's, Strontium's, Baryta's, Phosphates, Selenium and Silica. Comparative Materia Medica will be explored. Prerequisites: Materia Medica 101, 102 Materia Medica 104: 30 hours (3 quarter credit hours) This is the last of a four part series on homeopathic materia medica. Mineral remedies will be explored including the Metals and Complex Minerals.. Comparative Materia Medica will also be explored. Prerequisites: None Chemistry for Homeopaths 101: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This is a survey course for homeopathic practitioners designed to relate chemistry to homeopathically relevant concepts. Materia Medica 201: 30 hours (3 quarter credit hours) This is the first of a four part series introducing the plant kingdom. There will be a basic overview of the plant kingdom followed by an in depth review of Primitive
  10. 10. 10 Plants, Lilianae, Fungi, Papaveraceae, Coniferae and Ranunculaceae Anemonae. Comparative Materia Medica will also be explored. Prerequisites: Materia Medica 101-104 Materia Medica 202: 30 hours (3 quarter credit hours) This is a second of a four part series on the plant kingdom. There will be a focus on Ranunculaceae Helleborae, Menispermiaceae, Solanaceae and Drug Remedies. Comparative Materia Medica will also be explored. Prerequisites: Materia Medica 101-104, 201 Materia Medica 203: 30 hours (3 quarter credit hours) This is the third of a four part series on the materia medica of the plant kingdom. Plant families studied include the Compositae, Anacardiaceae, Umbelliferae, Loganaceae, Cucurbitaceae, Dioscoreaceae, Araceae, and Zygophylaceae. Comparative Materia Medica will also be explored. Prerequisites: Materia Medica 101-104: 201-202 Materia Medica 204: 30 hours (3 quarter credit hours) This is the last of a four part series on the materia medica of the plant kingdom. Many of the smaller plant families will be studied. Comparative materia medica will also be explored. Prerequisites: Materia Medica 101-104; 201-202 Botany for Homeopaths 201: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This is a survey course for homeopathic practitioners designed to relate botany to homeopathically relevant concepts. Prerequisites: Philosophy 101-104 Materia Medica 301: 30 hours (3 quarter credit hours) This is the first of a four part series on the materia medica of the animal kingdom. It includes an overview to the animal remedies. Animal remedies studied include the Sea Animals, Insects, Amphibians, Spiders and Snakes. Comparative Materia Medica will also be explored. Prerequisites: Materia Medica 101-104; 201-204; 301 Materia Medica 302: 30 hours (3 quarter credit hours) This is the second of a four part series on the material medica of the animal kingdom. Animal remedies studies include the Birds and Mammal Remedies. Comparative Materia Medica will also be explored. Prerequisites: Materia Medica 101-104; 201-204; 301 Materia Medica 303: 30 hours (3 quarter credit hours)
  11. 11. 11 This is the third of a four part series on materia medica. Remedies studies include the nosodes, sarcodes and imponderabilia remedies. There will be a more extensive series on comparative material medica. Prerequisites: Materia Medica 101-104; 201-204; 301-302 Materia Medica 304: 30 hours (3 quarter credit hours) This is the last of a four part series on materia medica. This segment will be devoted to comparative material medica. Prerequisites: Materia Medica 101-104; 201-204; 301-303 Zoology for Homeopaths 301: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This is a survey course for homeopathic practitioners designed to relate zoology to homeopathically relevant concepts. Prerequisites: Philosophy 101-104 Removing Obstacles to Cure 301: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This is the first of a four part series on removing obstacles to cure. This segment will focus on psychological factors. Prerequisites: Philosophy 101-104 Removing Obstacles to Cure 302: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This is the first of a four part series on removing obstacles to cure. This segment will focus on nutrition. Prerequisites: Philosophy 101-104 Removing Obstacles to Cure 303: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This is the first of a four part series on removing obstacles to cure. This segment will focus on environmental medicine. The role of vaccinations will be explored. Prerequisites: Philosophy 101-104 Removing Obstacles to Cure 304: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This is the first of a four part series on removing obstacles to cure. This segment will focus on toxicology and substance abuse. Prerequisites: Philosophy 101-104 Include diet here and exercise Homeopathic Treatment of Animals 403: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This class teaches basic concepts related to the homeopathic treatment of animals. The legalities of homeopathic treatment of animals will be explored as well as educating the student about appropriate referrals. Prerequisites: None Homeopathic Treatment of Plants 403: 10 hours (1 credit hour) This class teaches basic concepts related to the homeopathic treatment of plants.
  12. 12. 12 Prerequisites: None Case Management 302: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This class will explore the fundamental concepts underlying case management in homeopathic practice. Prerequisites: Case taking 201; Case Analysis 202; Case Taking/Case Analysis 301 Case Management 303: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This class will explore the fundamental concepts underlying case management in homeopathic practice. Prerequisites: Case taking 201; Case Analysis 202; Case Taking/Case Analysis 301 Preparation for Practice 301: 30 hours (3 quarter credit hours) This is the first of a three-part class which is designed to smooth the student's path into a successful practice. Business and marketing skills will be taught as well as the creation of an effective business plan. Designing a green business and green business practices will be a central focus. Prerequisites: None Preparation for Practice 401: 30 hours (3 quarter credit hours) This is the first of a three-part class which is designed to smooth the student's path into successful practice. Business and marketing skills will be taught as well as the creation of an effective business plan. Designing a green business and green business practices will be a central focus. Prerequisites: Preparation for Practice 304 Preparation for Practice 402: 30 hours (3 quarter credit hours) This is the first of a three-part class which is designed to smooth the student's path into a successful practice. Business and marketing skills will be taught as well as the creation of an effective business plan. Designing a green business and green business practices will be a central focus. Prerequisites: Preparation for Practice 304; Preparation for Practice 401 Journal Club: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This is an Internet based self paced class that facilitates student awareness and understanding of historical and contemporary homeopathic literature. Prerequisites: Materia Medica 101-104; Materia Medica 201-204; Materia Medica 301-304; Philosophy 101-104; Philosophy 201; Philosophy 301; Repertory 101- 104, 201-204, 301-304 Grand Rounds 301-304: 10 hours (1 credit hour) Grand Rounds is designed to expose students and faculty to the latest thinking and directions in homeopathic medicine. It is also an opportunity for students to join the faculty in a collegial community.
  13. 13. 13 Prerequisites: Materia Medica 101-104; Materia Medica 201-204;; Philosophy 101-104; Philosophy 201; Repertory 101-104, 201-204 Grand Rounds 401-404: 10 hours (1 credit hour) Grand Rounds is designed to expose students and faculty to the latest thinking and directions in homeopathic medicine. It is also an opportunity for students to join the faculty in a collegial community. Prerequisites: Materia Medica 101-104; Materia Medica 201-204;; Philosophy 101-104; Philosophy 201; Repertory 101-104, 201-204 Department of Philosophy and History This department sets forth the basic fundamental principles on which the practice of homeopathic medicine is founded. Courses are also offered in homeopathic history, designed to give students a context in which to ground their clinical studies. Philosophy 101: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This is the first of a four part series of courses focusing on fundamental Hahnemannian Philosophy as explored through the Organon. The concepts of vital force and energy medicine will be explored in depth. Prerequisites: None Philosophy 102: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This is the second of a four part series of courses focusing on fundamental Hahnemannian Philosophy as explored through the Organon. Prerequisites: Philosophy 101 Philosophy 103: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This is the third of a four part series of courses focusing on basic Hahnemannian Philosophy as explored through the Organon and Chronic Diseases. Prerequisites: Philosophy 101-102 Philosophy 104: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This is the last of a four part series of courses focusing on basic Hahnemannian Philosophy as explored through the Organon, Chronic Diseases and Hahnemann's other writings. Prerequisites: Philosophy 101-103 Philosophy 203: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This is an intermediate level philosophy class based on Kent's Lectures on Homeopathic Philosophy and Robert's The Principles and Art of Cure. Prerequisites: Philosophy 101-104 History 101: 10 hours (1 credit hour) This is the first of a two part series on the history of homeopathy. This section will explore pre-Hahnemannian and Hahnemannian history.
  14. 14. 14 History 102: 10 hours (1 credit hour) This is the second of a two part series on the history of homeopathy. This section will explore post-Hahnemannian history. The emphasis will be on the development, growth and eventual decline of homeopathy in the United States. There also will be an exploration of homeopathy in the world today. Department of Case Taking, Case Analysis and Repertory This department help the student develop the requisite skills necessary to become a competent homeopathic physician. Repertory, case analysis, observation and perceptions skills will all be developed. Repertory 103: 10 hours (1 credit hour) This is the first of a two part series on the repertory. It provides an overview to the repertory and repertorization concepts. Prerequisites: None Repertory 104: 10 hours (1 credit hour) This is the second in a two part series on the repertory. It provides an in depth exploration of the Mind and Generalities sections of Kent's Repertory. Prerequisites: Repertory 101 Repertory 201: 10 hours (1 credit hour) This is the first in a four part series on the repertory. It provides an in depth exploration of the Vertigo, Head, Eye and Ear sections of the Repertory. The material will be related to anatomical and physiological concepts. Prerequisites: Repertory 101-102; Anatomy 101-104 Repertory 202: 10 hours (1 credit hour) This is the second in a four part series on the repertory. It provides an in depth exploration of the Nose, Face, Mouth, Teeth and Throat sections of the Repertory. The material will be related to anatomical and physiological concepts. Prerequisites: Repertory 101-102; Anatomy 101-104 Repertory 203: 10 hours (1 credit hour) This is the third in a four part series on the repertory. It provides an in depth exploration of the External neck, Stomach, Abdomen, Rectum and Stool sections of the Repertory. The material will be related to anatomical and physiological concepts. Prerequisites: Repertory 101-102; Anatomy 101-104 Repertory 204: 10 hours (1 credit hour) This is the fourth in a four part series on the repertory. It provides an in depth exploration of the Urinary Sections, Male, Female, Larynx and trachea sections of the Repertory. The material will be related to anatomical and physiological concepts. Prerequisites: Repertory 101-102; Anatomy 101-104
  15. 15. 15 Repertory 301: 10 hours (1 credit hour) This is the first in a four part series on the repertory. It provides an in depth exploration of the Respiratory, Cough, Chest, Back and Extremities sections of the Repertory. The material will be related to anatomical and physiological concepts. Prerequisites: Repertory 101-102; Anatomy 101-104 Repertory 302: 10 hours (1 credit hour) This is the second in a four part series on the repertory. It provides an in depth exploration of the Sleep, Perspiration, Fever, Chill and Skin sections of the Repertory. The material will be related to anatomical and physiological concepts. Prerequisites: Repertory 101-102; Anatomy 101-104 Repertory 303: 10 hours (1 credit hour) This is the third in a four part series on the repertory. It will explore other methods of repertorization including the Boeninghaussen Method and the usage of other repertories. Prerequisites: Repertory 101-102; Anatomy 101-104 Repertory 304: 10 hours (1 credit hour) This is the fourth in a four part series on the repertory. It will explore more advanced concepts in repertorization. Prerequisites: Repertory 101-102; Anatomy 101-104 Developing the Capacity to Observe 101: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This is the first in a four part series on developing the capacity to observe. Prerequisites: None Developing the Capacity to Observe 102: 10 hours (1 credit hour) This is the first in a four part series on developing the capacity to observe. Prerequisites: Developing the Capacity to Observe 101 Developing the Capacity to Observe 103: 10 hours (1 credit hour) This is the second in a four part series on developing the capacity to observe. Prerequisites: Developing the Capacity to Observe 101-102 Developing the Capacity to Observe 104: 10 hours (1 credit hour) This is the third in a four part series on developing the capacity to observe. Prerequisites: Developing the Capacity to Observe 101-103 Developing the Capacity to Perceive 201: 10 hours (1 credit hour) This is the third in a four part series on developing the capacity to perceive. Prerequisites: Developing the Capacity to Observe 101-104 Developing the Capacity to Perceive 202: 10 hours (1 credit hour) This is the second in a four part series on developing the capacity to perceive.
  16. 16. 16 Prerequisites: Developing the Capacity to Observe 101-104; Developing the Capacity to Perceive 201 Developing the Capacity to Perceive 203: 10 hours (1 credit hour) This is the second in a four part series on developing the capacity to perceive. Prerequisites: Developing the Capacity to Observe 101-104; Developing the Capacity to Perceive 201-202 Developing the Capacity to Perceive 204: 10 hours ( 1 credit hour) This is the second in a four part series on developing the capacity to perceive. Prerequisites: Developing the Capacity to Observe 101-104; Developing the Capacity to Perceive 201-203 Case Taking 201: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This class explores basic approaches to case taking. A variety of techniques will be explored. Prerequisites: Developing the Capacity to Observe 101-104 Case Analysis 202: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This class explores basic approaches to case analysis. Students will learn to evaluate the strength of the vital force and the center of gravity of a case. A variety of methodologies will be explored. Prerequisites: Developing the Capacity to Observe: 101-104; Case Taking 201; Developing the Capacity to Perceive 201 Case Taking./Case Analysis 303: 10 hours (1 credit hour) This class explores more advanced approaches to case taking and case analysis. Prerequisites: Developing the Capacity to Observe: 101-104; Case Taking 201; Developing the Capacity to Perceive 201-204 Case Taking./Case Analysis 304: 10 hours (1 credit hour) This class explores more advanced approaches to case taking and case analysis. Prerequisites: Developing the Capacity to Observe: 101-104; Case Taking 201; Developing the Capacity to Perceive 201-204 Department of Research This department provides students a basic foundation to the principles of homeopathic research. Students are taught how to access the literature and to develop research attitudes consistent with critical thinking. Introduction to Homeopathic Research 204: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This course provides an introduction to research statistics, epidemiology, literature searching and literature review.
  17. 17. 17 Prerequisites: Materia Medica 101-104; Materia Medica 201-204; Philosophy 101-104; Philosophy 201; Repertory 101-104, 201-204 Evidence Based Homeopathic Practice R304: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This course provides an introduction to research statistics, epidemiology, literature searching and literature review. Prerequisites: Materia Medica 101-104; Materia Medica 201-204; Materia Medica 301-304; Philosophy 101-104; Philosophy 201; Philosophy 301; Repertory 101-104, 201-204, 301-304; Introduction to Homeopathic Research 204 Evidence Based Homeopathic Practice R401: 10 hours (1 quarter credit hour) This course is the first of a two part series and is an applied worship in homeopathic research using the homeopathic literature as a tool. Classes are held on- line and will utilize a problem based learning model. Prerequisites: Materia Medica 101-104; Materia Medica 201-204; Materia Medica 301-304; Philosophy 101-104; Philosophy 201; Philosophy 301; Repertory 101-104, 201-204, 301-304; Introduction to Homeopathic Research 204; Evidence Based Homeopathic Practice 304 Evidence Based Homeopathic Practice R402: 10 hours (1 quarter credit hour) This course is the second of a two part series and is an applied worship in homeopathic research using the homeopathic literature as a tool. Classes are held on- line and will utilize a problem based learning model. Prerequisites: Materia Medica 101-104; Materia Medica 201-204; Materia Medica 301-304; Philosophy 101-104; Philosophy 201; Philosophy 301; Repertory 101-104, 201-204, 301-304; Introduction to Homeopathic Research 204; Evidence Based Homeopathic Practice 304-401 Department of Diagnostics This department helps the student develop skills in performing physical examinations, ordering and understanding laboratory and radiological studies and diagnostic procedures to make appropriate differential diagnostic assessments. The courses are practice based. Physical Assessment 201: 40 hours (4 quarter credit hours) This is the first of a two-part course in which students are taught to perform routine physical examinations. Emphasis is on both normal variations and abnormal findings. The focus is on the skin, eye, ear, nose, throat, blood systems, cardiovascular and peripheral vascular systems. Prerequisites: Anatomy 101-104; Physiology 101-104 Physical Assessment 202: 40 hours (4 quarter credit hours)
  18. 18. 18 This is the first of a two-part course in which students are taught to perform routine physical examinations. Emphasis is on both normal variations and abnormal findings. The focus is on the respiratory system, gastrointestinal system, endocrine system, neurological system, musculoskeletal system, behavioral disorders, urinary system, Male reproductive and gynecological systems. Also covered is a wellness evaluation. Prerequisites: Anatomy 101-104; Physiology 101-104; Physical Assessment 201 Laboratory Assessment 203: 30 hours (3 quarter credit hours) This is the first of a two-part course that focuses on the integration and collection of laboratory results. Prerequisites: Anatomy 101-104; Physiology 101-104; Physical Assessment 201- 202 Diagnostic Testing 204: 30 hours (3 quarter credit hours) In this course, fundamental radiographic theory is explored. Students learn to discern normal and abnormal findings. Techniques of conducting safe and effective assessments are included. Prerequisites: Prerequisites: Anatomy 101-104; Physiology 101-104; Physical Assessment 201-202 ; Laboratory Assessment 203 Clinical Assessment 302: 40 hours (4 quarter credit hours) This is the first in a three part series which is designed to teach the student how to accurately diagnose through the collection of information from the physical exam, presenting history and lab findings. Students are also introduced to patient management skills used in coordinating assessment and treatment protocols. This course deals with the skin, eye, ear, nose, throat and blood systems. Prerequisites: Anatomy 101-104; Physiology 101-104; Pathophysiology 201- 204; Biochemistry 103-104; Microbiology 203; Physical Assessment 201-202; Laboratory Assessment 203 Clinical Assessment 303: 40 hours (4 quarter credit hours) This is the second in a three part series which is designed to teach the student how to accurately diagnose through the collection of information from the physical exam, presenting history and lab findings. Students are also introduced to patient management skills used in coordinating assessment and treatment protocols. This course deals with the cardiovascular, peripheral vascular, respiratory, gastrointestinal and endocrine systems. . Prerequisites: Anatomy 101-104; Physiology 101-104; Pathophysiology 201-204; Biochemistry 103-104; Microbiology 203; Physical Assessment 201-202; Laboratory Assessment 203; Diagnostic Testing 204; Clinical Assessment 302 Clinical Assessment 304: 40 hours (4 quarter credit hours) This is the third in a three part series which is designed to teach the student how to accurately diagnose through the collection of information from the physical exam,
  19. 19. 19 presenting history and lab findings. Students are also introduced to patient management skills used in coordinating assessment and treatment protocols. This course deals with the neurological, musculoskeletal, behavioral, urinary, male reproductive and gynecological disorders. . Prerequisites: Anatomy 101-104; Physiology 101-104; Pathophysiology 201-204; Biochemistry 103-104; Microbiology 203; Physical Assessment 201-202; Laboratory Assessment 203; Diagnostic Testing 204; Clinical Assessment 302-303 Department of Integrative Medicine and Health Care Integrative medicine is defined as healing oriented medicine that takes account of the whole person including all aspects of lifestyle. It emphasized the therapeutic relationship and makes use of all appropriate therapies, both conventional and alternative. This department offers survey classes in Energy Medicine, Oriental Medicine, Chelation, Herbal Medicine, Orthomolecular Medicine, Mind/Body Medicine and Neural Therapies. Integrative Medicine 301: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This course is the first in a four part series that provides an introduction to energy medicine and an overview to basic concepts in Integrative Medicine. An overview is provided of all the various healing modalities. Prerequisites: Philosophy 101-104; Philosophy 201; Materia Medica 101-104; Materia Medica 201-204; Physiology 101-104; Pathophysiology 201-204 Integrative Medicine 302: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This course is the second in a four part series that provides an introduction to Oriental Medicine. Prerequisites: Philosophy 101-104; Philosophy 201; Materia Medica 101-104; Materia Medica 201-204; Physiology 101-104; Pathophysiology 201-204; Integrative Medicine 301 Integrative Medicine 303: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This course is the fourth in a four part series that provides and introduction to herbal medicine and flower essences. Prerequisites: Philosophy 101-104; Philosophy 201; Materia Medica 101-104; Materia Medica 201-204; Physiology 101-104; Pathophysiology 201-204; Integrative Medicine 301-2 Integrative Medicine 304: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This course is the third in a four part series that provides an introduction to Chelation. The usage of biochemical tissue salts will also be explored. Prerequisites: Philosophy 101-104; Philosophy 201; Materia Medica 101-104; Materia Medica 201-204; Physiology 101-104; Pathophysiology 201-204; Integrative Medicine 301-3 Hair testing
  20. 20. 20 Non-Classical Approaches to Homeopathy 303: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) Prerequisites: Philosophy 101-104; Philosophy 201; Materia Medica 101-104; Materia Medica 201-204; Physiology 101-104; Pathophysiology 201-204; Integrative Medicine 301-303 Non-Classical Approaches to Homeopathy 304: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) Prerequisites: Philosophy 101-104; Philosophy 201; Materia Medica 101-104; Materia Medica 201-204; Physiology 101-104; Pathophysiology 201-204; Integrative Medicine 301-303 Integrative Medicine 401: 40 hours (4 quarter credit hours) This course is the first in a four part series that provides an introduction to Orthomolecular Medicine. Prerequisites: Philosophy 101-104; Philosophy 201; Materia Medica 101-104; Materia Medica 201-204; Physiology 101-104; Pathophysiology 201-204; Integrative Medicine 301-304 Integrative Medicine 402: 40 hours (quarter credit hours) This course is the second in a four part series that provides an introduction to Neural Therapy and Neuromuscular Integration. Prerequisites: Philosophy 101-104; Philosophy 201; Materia Medica 101-104; Materia Medica 201-204; Physiology 101-104; Pathophysiology 201-204; Integrative Medicine 301-304; Integrative Medicine 401 Integrative Medicine 403: 40 hours (4 quarter credit hours) This course is the third in a four part series that provides an introduction to Mind/Body medicine and Spirituality in medicine. In addition, a variety of concepts in alternative medicine such as Heart Rate Variability, Thermography, Color Therapy, Dental Theory, Colon Therapy, Energy/Emotional Release techniques, and Laser Therapies. Prerequisites: Philosophy 101-104; Philosophy 201; Materia Medica 101-104; Materia Medica 201-204; Physiology 101-104; Pathophysiology 201-204; Integrative Medicine 301-304; Integrative Medicine 401-402 Integrative Medicine 404: 40 hours (4 quarter credit hours) This course is the last in a four part series that provides an introduction to green and sustainable medicine. This course will primarily be using an online format. Prerequisites: Philosophy 101-104; Philosophy 201; Materia Medica 101-104; Materia Medica 201-204; Physiology 101-104; Pathophysiology 201-204; Integrative Medicine 301-304; Integrative Medicine 401-403 Department of Clinical Training This department is designed to put knowledge into practice. It helps the students to develop the necessary skills in patient care and management. Clinical occurs throughout training, commencing in the first week of studies. The student is gradually
  21. 21. 21 given increasing independence in their clinical work so that by the time of graduation, they are fully prepared for clinical practice. Case Observation 101: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This course is the first of a four part series designed to help students observe recorded cured cases taken by professional homeopaths. Observational skills will be developed. Homeopathic medicines will be correlated with the material medica being studied. Internet based technology will also be utilized through the Homeopathic Symposium. Prerequisites: None Mentorship 101: 5 hours (.5 quarter credit hours) This course is the first of a sixteen part series that continues throughout the entire program. It is designed for students to have a community experience with outside practitioners in a small group setting. Mentorship is more process focused than content focused. It is an opportunity to talk about issues pertaining to what it is to become a homeopath and one’s homeopathic journey. Prerequisites: None Case Observation 102: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This course is the second of a four part series designed to help students observe recorded cured cases taken by professional homeopaths. Observational skills will be developed. Homeopathic medicines will be correlated with the material medica being studied. Internet based technology will also be utilized through the Homeopathic Symposium. Prerequisites: None Mentorship 102: 5 hours(.5 quarter credit hours) This course is the second of a sixteen part series that continues throughout the entire program. It is designed for students to have a community experience with outside practitioners in a small group setting. Mentorship is more process focused than content focused. It is an opportunity to talk about issues pertaining to what it is to become a homeopath and one’s homeopathic journey. Prerequisites: None Case Observation 103: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This course is the third of a four part series designed to help students observe recorded cured cases taken by professional homeopaths. Observational skills will be developed. Homeopathic medicines will be correlated with the material medica being studied. Internet based technology will also be utilized through the Homeopathic Symposium. Prerequisites: None Mentorship 103: 5 hours (.5 quarter credit hours) This course is the third of a sixteen part series that continues throughout the entire program. It is designed for students to have a community experience with outside
  22. 22. 22 practitioners in a small group setting. Mentorship is more process focused than content focused. It is an opportunity to talk about issues pertaining to what it is to become a homeopath and one’s homeopathic journey. Prerequisites: None Mentorship 104: 5 hours(.5 quarter credit hours) This course is the fourth of a sixteen part series that continues throughout the entire program. It is designed for students to have a community experience with outside practitioners in a small group setting. Mentorship is more process focused than content focused. It is an opportunity to talk about issues pertaining to what it is to become a homeopath and one’s homeopathic journey. Prerequisites: None Case Based Learning 104: 30 hours (3 quarter credit hours) This class is designed to teach case based learning or problem based learning and a small group format. Prerequisites: Case Observation 101-103; Philosophy 101-103; Materia Medica 101-103 Homeopathic Pharmacy 201: 40 hours (4 quarter credit hours) This course teaches the basics of homeopathic pharmaceuticals. This includes remedy preparation, mother tinctures, LM preparations, machines used in preparations and standards of the industry. The legal climate of homeopathic pharmaceuticals and statutory issues will be explored including HPUS. Students are required to prepare a homeopathic medicine. As part of this class, students are required to do two shifts in the AMCH Pharmacy. Prerequisites: None Clinical Training 201: 12 hours (1 quarter credit hours) This course is the first of a four part series designed to introduce students to case taking and case analysis in a clinical setting. Each student will be taking cases with the instructor while watched by a small group of students using a close circuit TV. Cases will be followed clinically over time. Prerequisites: Case Observation 101-104; Philosophy 101-104; Materia Medica 101-104 Mentorship 201: 5 hours (.5 quarter credit hours) This course is the fifth of a sixteen part series that continues throughout the entire program. It is designed for students to have a community experience with outside practitioners in a small group setting. Mentorship is more process focused than content focused. It is an opportunity to talk about issues pertaining to what it is to become a homeopath and one’s homeopathic journey. Prerequisites: None Clinical Training 202: 12 hours (1 quarter credit hours)
  23. 23. 23 This course is the second of a four part series designed to introduce students to case taking and case analysis in a clinical setting. Each student will be taking cases with the instructor while watched by a small group of students using a close circuit TV. Cases will be followed clinically over time. Prerequisites: Case Observation 101-104; Philosophy 101-104; Materia Medica 101-104 Mentorship 202: 5 hours (.5 quarter credit hours) This course is the fourth of a sixteen part series that continues throughout the entire program. It is designed for students to have a community experience with outside practitioners in a small group setting. Mentorship is more process focused than content focused. It is an opportunity to talk about issues pertaining to what it is to become a homeopath and one’s homeopathic journey. Prerequisites: None Clinical Training 203: 12 hours (1 quarter credit hours) This course is the third of a four part series designed to introduce students to case taking and case analysis in a clinical setting. Each student will be taking cases with the instructor while watched by a small group of students using a close circuit TV. Cases will be followed clinically over time. Prerequisites: Case Observation 101-104; Philosophy 101-104; Materia Medica 101-104 Mentorship 203: 5 hours (.5 quarter credit hours) This course is the seventh of a sixteen part series that continues throughout the entire program. It is designed for students to have a community experience with outside practitioners in a small group setting. Mentorship is more process focused than content focused. It is an opportunity to talk about issues pertaining to what it is to become a homeopath and one’s homeopathic journey. Prerequisites: None Clinical Training 204: 12 hours (1 quarter credit hours) This course is the last of a four part series designed to introduce students to case taking and case analysis in a clinical setting. Each student will be taking cases with the instructor while watched by a small group of students using a close circuit TV. Cases will be followed clinically over time. Prerequisites: Case Observation 101-104; Philosophy 101-104; Materia Medica 101-104 Mentorship 204: 5 hours (.5 quarter credit hours) This course is the eighth of a sixteen part series that continues throughout the entire program. It is designed for students to have a community experience with outside practitioners in a small group setting. Mentorship is more process focused than content focused. It is an opportunity to talk about issues pertaining to what it is to become a homeopath and one’s homeopathic journey. Prerequisites: None
  24. 24. 24 Clinical Observation 201-204: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This course is designed to help students observe recorded cured cases taken by professional homeopaths. Observational skills will be developed. Homeopathic medicines will be correlated with the material medica being studied. Internet based technology will also be utilized through the Homeopathic Symposium. Perquisites: Case Observation 101-104; Philosophy 101-104; Materia Medical 101-104 Advanced Clinical Training Concepts 204: 30 hours (3 quarter credit hours) This course provides some of the key knowledge and skills necessary to effective case taking and case analysis. Case recording including a SOAP format is included. Prerequisites: Case Observation 101-104; Philosophy 101-104; Materia Medical 101-104 Clinical Training 301: 24 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This course is the first of a four part series designed to introduce students to case management and more advanced case taking and case analysis. Each student will be taking cases with the instructor while watched by a small group of students using a close circuit TV. Cases will be followed clinically over time. Prerequisites: Case Observation 101-104; Philosophy 101-104; Materia Medica 101-104; Clinical Training 201-204 Mentorship 301: 5 hours (.5 quarter credit hours) This course is the ninth of a sixteen part series that continues throughout the entire program. It is designed for students to have a community experience with outside practitioners in a small group setting. Mentorship is more process focused than content focused. It is an opportunity to talk about issues pertaining to what it is to become a homeopath and one’s homeopathic journey. Prerequisites: None Clinical Training 302: 24 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This course is the last of a four part series designed to introduce students to case management and more advanced case taking and case analysis. Each student will be taking cases with the instructor while watched by a small group of students using a close circuit TV. Cases will be followed clinically over time. Prerequisites: Case Observation 101-104; Philosophy 101-104; Materia Medica 101-104; Clinical Training 201-204 Mentorship 302: 5 hours (.5 quarter credit hours) This course is the tenth of a sixteen part series that continues throughout the entire program. It is designed for students to have a community experience with outside practitioners in a small group setting. Mentorship is more process focused than content focused. It is an opportunity to talk about issues pertaining to what it is to become a homeopath and one’s homeopathic journey.
  25. 25. 25 Prerequisites: None Clinical Training 303: 24 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This course is the last of a four part series designed to introduce students to case management and more advanced case taking and case analysis. Each student will be taking cases with the instructor while watched by a small group of students using a close circuit TV. Cases will be followed clinically over time. Prerequisites: Case Observation 101-104; Philosophy 101-104; Materia Medica 101-104; Clinical Training 201-204 Mentorship 303: 5 hours (.5 quarter credit hours) This course is the 11th of a sixteen part series that continues throughout the entire program. It is designed for students to have a community experience with outside practitioners in a small group setting. Mentorship is more process focused than content focused. It is an opportunity to talk about issues pertaining to what it is to become a homeopath and one’s homeopathic journey. Prerequisites: None Clinical Training 304: 24 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This course is the last of a four part series designed to introduce students to case management and more advanced case taking and case analysis. Each student will be taking cases with the instructor while watched by a small group of students using a close circuit TV. Cases will be followed clinically over time. Prerequisites: Case Observation 101-104; Philosophy 101-104; Materia Medica 101-104; Clinical Training 201-204 Mentorship 304: 5 hours (.5 quarter credit hours) This course is the 12th of a sixteen part series that continues throughout the entire program. It is designed for students to have a community experience with outside practitioners in a small group setting. Mentorship is more process focused than content focused. It is an opportunity to talk about issues pertaining to what it is to become a homeopath and one’s homeopathic journey. Prerequisites: None Clinical Training 401: 80 hours (8 quarter credit hours) This is the first of a four part series of clinical training. It is designed to have clinical training under supervision in a variety of specialized clinics throughout Arizona. Cases will be followed clinically over time. These clinics include chronic disease, acute care, pediatrics, women's health and HIV specialty clinics. Prerequisites: Case Observation 101-104; Philosophy 101-104; Materia Medica 101-104; Clinical Training 201-204; Clinical Training 301-304 Mentorship 401: 5 hours (.5 quarter credit hours) This course is the 13th of a sixteen part series that continues throughout the entire program. It is designed for students to have a community experience with outside practitioners in a small group setting. Mentorship is more process focused than content
  26. 26. 26 focused. It is an opportunity to talk about issues pertaining to what it is to become a homeopath and one’s homeopathic journey. Prerequisites: None Clinical Training 402: 80 hours (8 quarter credit hours) This is the second of a four part series of clinical training. It is designed to have clinical training under supervision in a variety of specialized clinics throughout Arizona. Cases will be followed clinically over time. These clinics include chronic disease, acute care, pediatrics, women's health and HIV specialty clinics. Prerequisites: Case Observation 101-104; Philosophy 101-104; Materia Medica 101-104; Clinical Training 201-204; Clinical Training 301-304 Mentorship 402: 5 hours (.5 quarter credit hours) This course is the 14th of a sixteen part series that continues throughout the entire program. It is designed for students to have a community experience with outside practitioners in a small group setting. Mentorship is more process focused than content focused. It is an opportunity to talk about issues pertaining to what it is to become a homeopath and one’s homeopathic journey. Prerequisites: None Clinical Training 403: 80 hours (8 quarter credit hours) This is the third of a four part series of clinical training. It is designed to have clinical training under supervision in a variety of specialized clinics throughout Arizona. Cases will be followed clinically over time. These clinics include chronic disease, acute care, pediatrics, women's health and HIV specialty clinics. Prerequisites: Case Observation 101-104; Philosophy 101-104; Materia Medica 101-104; Clinical Training 201-204; Clinical Training 301-304 Mentorship 403: 5 hours (.5 quarter credit hours) This course is the fifteenth of a sixteen part series that continues throughout the entire program. It is designed for students to have a community experience with outside practitioners in a small group setting. Mentorship is more process focused than content focused. It is an opportunity to talk about issues pertaining to what it is to become a homeopath and one’s homeopathic journey. Prerequisites: None Clinical Training 404: 80 hours (8 quarter credit hours) This is the first of a four part series of clinical training. It is designed to have clinical training under supervision in a variety of specialized clinics throughout Arizona. Cases will be followed clinically over time. These clinics include chronic disease, acute care, pediatrics, women's health and HIV specialty clinics. Prerequisites: Case Observation 101-104; Philosophy 101-104; Materia Medica 101-104; Clinical Training 201-204; Clinical Training 301-304 Mentorship 404: 5 hours (.5 quarter credit hours)
  27. 27. 27 This course is the sixteenth of a sixteen part series that continues throughout the entire program. It is designed for students to have a community experience with outside practitioners in a small group setting. Mentorship is more process focused than content focused. It is an opportunity to talk about issues pertaining to what it is to become a homeopath and one’s homeopathic journey. Prerequisites: None Supervision 401-404: 80 hours (8 quarter credit hours) This is a clinical experience where the student takes cases independently and then receives ongoing supervision after the case is taken. Prerequisites: Case Observation 101-104; Philosophy 101-104; Materia Medica 101-104; Clinical Training 201-204; Clinical Training 301-304 Department of Humanistic Studies This department of humanistic studies is designed to help the student develop self-awareness of their journey into becoming a homeopathic physician and healer. Self care is emphasized, ethics and professionalism, along with the development of effective communication skills. Foundational Retreat: 40 hours (4 quarter credit hours) This course is designed to introduce the student to AMCH and build a sense of community Prerequisites: None Self Care and Stress Management 102: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This course introduces concepts related to self-care for the homeopathic physician. Stress management techniques will be explored to help the student throughout their tenure as a student. Prerequisites: None Interpersonal Dynamics 201: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This is the first of a four part series designed to teach the student self-awareness as a healer. The format is small group process. The course also teaches effective communication skills. Prerequisites: Self Care and Stress Management 103 Interpersonal Dynamics 202: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This is the second of a four part series designed to teach the student self- awareness as a healer. The format is small group process. The course also teaches effective communication skills. Prerequisites: Self Care and Stress Management 103; Interpersonal Dynamics 201 Interpersonal Dynamics 203: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours)
  28. 28. 28 This is the third of a four part series designed to teach the student self- awareness as a healer. The format is small group process. The course also teaches effective communication skills. Prerequisites: Self Care and Stress Management 103; Interpersonal Dynamics 201-202 Interpersonal Dynamics 204: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This is the fourth of a four part series designed to teach the student self- awareness as a healer. The format is small group process. The course also teaches effective communication skills. Prerequisites: Self Care and Stress Management 103; Interpersonal Dynamics 201-203 Ethics 304: 20 hours (2 quarter credit hours) This course introduces basic concepts of homeopathic ethics and provides the philosophical and theoretical foundations to critically examine ethical issues in medical practice. The elements of ethical decisions are evaluated in light of legal, moral, spiritual, religious and economic perspectives. Class format will be primarily discussion accompanied by readings. Prerequisites: Philosophy 101-104; Philosophy 201; Philosophy 301; History 101-102 Graduation

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