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Meditation is a core class taught in all programs
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The Won Experience
Won Institute of Graduate Studies 16th Annual Commencement Ceremony
The Won Institute of Graduate Studies is proud to announce its 16th Annual Commencement speaker, Marilyn Allen. Marilyn is a nationally recognized speaker and educator on the subject of alternative healthcare professions and serves as the Editor of Acupuncture Today, one of the leading periodicals for the acupuncturist profession.
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Whether you run your own practice or want to hold a high ranking position within a healthcare organization, the Doctor of Acupuncture Program Completion Track can equip you with the skill set needed to achieve your professional goals.
History of the Won Institute
Third head dharma master Daesan talks to senior disciples regarding starting an educational institute in the United States.
The development team of The WON Institute submits its first application to the Pennsylvania Department for Education for Won Buddhist Studies.
The Won Institute of Graduate Studies received final approval from the township zoning hearing board for Glenside location and location was purchased.
The Won Institute of Graduate Studies opens its doors.
First graduating class of four students – one Applied Meditation and three Won Buddhist Studies.
First Acupuncture Class Starts!
Middle States Commission on Higher Education grants regional accreditation after successful candidacy term.
The Accrediting Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine grants program accreditation to the Acupuncture Studies program after a successful candidacy.
The certificate program in Chinese Herbal Medicine began.
Middle States accreditation was renewed until 2023.
ACAOM accreditation was renewed until 2021.
Centennial of Master Daesan’s birth. His vision founded the Institute
The Institute offers a new Certificate in Buddhist Pastoral Care.
Centennial Celebration of Won Buddhism