Course Schedules

Course Schedules outline both didactic course offerings and all available student clinical rotations, and are available via pdf below for each program type:

Master of Acupuncture with Chinese herbal medicine specialization (MAcCHM and CCHM) Schedules

SAMPLE Schedule for Fall and Winter New MAcCHM Students

Quick Reference: 2022 AOMA Registration Dates & Timelines ; 2022 Exam, NCCAOM, Licensure Preparation Dates & Timelines


Winter 2022

  • Winter 2022 Course Schedule - (REVISED 12/28/21). Please see PDF changes: rooms assignments updated. Previous changes: Psychology & Clinical Communications, Herbal Patents cancelled. Taiji 1 with Dr. Yan & Wildgoose 1 with Dr. Wu postponed to SP-22. Switch between Point Locations 2 (Tuesday Morning correct) and Point Locations 1 (Tuesday afternoon correct) (Portal schedule was correct - but TITLES corrected). Summary of previous changes: Move of NCCAOM Prep from Tuesday afternoon to Tuesday morning.  Move of Acupuncture Treatment of Disease 1 from Wednesday morning to Friday morning. PORTAL Updates: Case Management, Herb Lab 1 & 2 now available for Registration! (Only 1 Section of Intro to Palpation, meeting times, on-campus dates TBD based on enrollment; register if you need it, try to reserve this space in your scheduel for all 12 weeks at this time!). Other updates, corrections made to instructors, meeting details in both PDF and the Student Portal. Let Ashley know about differences between the PDF and the Student Portal Registration, but default to the PDF as correct if there is a conflict. 
  • Winter 2022 Clinic Schedule (Revised 12/28/21). Tuesday morning South shifts available, other openings North as indicated. 
    • The Winter 2022 Clinic Partner Book is available for Sign-up in the South Clinic (near Clinic Tally books) starting 11/30/21, and will be available through Wednesday, December 8th at 5pm. (Extended from Mon 12/6). Please stop by to indicate partner preferences for the WI-22 term!

Fall 2021


Summer 2021

Spring 2021

Winter 2021

Fall 2020

Summer 2020

  • Didactic Schedule - Update posted 7/20/2020. Faculty Changes - please note Patents and Public Health start at 6:30 pm
  • Clinic Schedule - Update posted 7/20/2020 - NEW consolidated schedule with Supervisor Changes and Virtual Clinics listed 

Spring 2020

  • Didactic Schedule - UPDATE Posted 4.6.2020. Cancellations: Biomed Pharmacology, NCCAOM Board Preparation, Advanced Channel Needling. Shiatsu moved to weeks 7-12, 8:30a-12:30p. Cureville at Kerrville Folk Festival postponed until FA-20: October 8-18, 2020.  
  • Clinic Schedule - April Updates, Correction POSTED 5.4.20  

Winter 2020

Doctoral Residency Week Schedules

Winter 2022- 

Fall 2021- November week updated 11/02/2021 revisions

Fall 2021

Summer 2021 - 

Spring 2021

Winter 2021

Fall 2020 - November 

Summer 2020 -

Spring 2020 -

Winter 2020 

Academic Calendar

Academic Calendar 2021-2022 date changes for WI-22 MAcCHM New Student Orientation (Wednesday Dec. 29, 2021) and 2022 Commencement Ceremony (September 29, 2022)

Exam Schedule

Practical Exams (OSCEs), MAcCHM

Winter 2021 - Practical Exams: Sunday, February 21, 2021; Benchmark Exam: Complete in Brightspace, weeks 7-11.
Spring 2021 - Practical Exams: Sunday, June 6, 2021; Benchmark Exam: Complete in Brightspace, weeks 7-11.
Summer 2021 - (No Practical Exams in Summer terms); Benchmark Exam: Complete in Brightspace, weeks 4-7.
Fall 2021 - Practical Exams: Sunday, November 7, 2021; Benchmark Exam: Complete in Brightspace, weeks 7-11.

Students may register for these exams during registration each term, or by contacting the registrar. Once registered, students will have access to study guides and other details regarding these exams via their student portal. Practical Exams should be taken as follows:

Benchmark Exam: Pre-Internship, same term as Clinic Theater 2.
Level 1 Practical Exam: Completion of 144-180 total clinical internship hours
Level 2 Practical Exam: Completion of  432-540 total clinical internship hours

Course Schedule Glossary

Course title: Corresponds with the course description found in the Program Catalog.

Course number: Starts with the department code that is made up of two to three letters followed by a two to five-digit number. This is a unique number assigned to each course/clinic.

Instructor: If TBA or TBD rather than a given name, an instructor has yet to be assigned to this course/clinic.

Meeting times: Courses/clinics meet for the full term as listed under the day assigned on the schedule. If a class meets on certain dates, or for only part of a term, this will be noted on the schedule. Occasionally we offer classes on only Th/F or S/S.

Rooms: Classes are assigned to classrooms in building E, B, or the dojo. Clinics occur in their respective locations as indicated on the schedule.