Online Education at Midwest College of Oriental Medicine
Midwest College of Oriental Medicine, with campuses in Racine, Wisconsin, and Evanston, Illinois, now offers new online courses.
Fundamentals of Oriental Medicine is held from 6 to 9 p.m. on Thursdays, and Biological Chemistry is scheduled from 6 to 9 p.m. on Mondays. Students can log in from anywhere and participate in live-stream lectures. All lectures are recorded and made available for the entire quarter, offering a unique opportunity that fits into busy lifestyles.
The summer 2018 quarter begins June 30. All new students qualify to receive a free three-week trial.
Since 1979, Midwest College of Oriental Medicine has led thousands of aspiring Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioners from the classroom to clinical work, graduation and the formation of their own practices. The college focuses on integrating acupuncture, Chinese herbs and other Eastern modalities with modern Western medicine.
Location: 6232 Bankers Rd., Racine. For more information, call 1-800-593-2320, email Liz.Warkentin@Acupuncture.edu or visit Acupuncture.edu.
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