Register now for our Summer 2018 Anatomy & Physiology

Taught by faculty member Caryn Babian.

These courses are open to the public. The only prerequisite is a Bachelor’s Degree. To register, call or email registrar@woninstitute.edu 215.884.8942 ext 203

Caryn Babaian, M.Ed., M.S.
Caryn received her Master of Education from Arcadia University and brings with her a diverse scientific training and research experience. She is currently on the faculty of the science department at Bucks County Community College. She has been featured in the “The  Secret Life of Scientists” documentary which appeared in the popular educational television series “NOVA”.

 

 

Each program has individual admissions criteria and deadlines as listed below.

Applications are accepted throughout the year with new students beginning only in the fall. Applications for the Master of Acupuncture Studies Degree program are due prior to June 15. In the case of a wait list, priority will be given to applications received before March 1.

Prerequisites:

  • Bachelor's Degree
  • 3 Credits Basic Science (Biology, Chemistry, Physics, or Botany)
  • 6 credits Anatomy & Physiology
All prerequisites must be completed prior to the first day of classes. The 3 credit basic science and 6 credits of Anatomy and Physiology must have been completed within 10 years of enrolling in the Master of Acupuncture Studies Degree program. Exceptions may be made to the time requirement for the Anatomy & Physiology courses for practicing medical professionals upon successful passage of a challenge exam. The challenge exam fee is $75 per exam. In addition, all applicants should ensure that they are capable of meeting the Master of Acupuncture Degree Technical Standards.

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Applications are accepted throughout the year with new students beginning only in the fall. Completed applications must be submitted by August 1. Students who are currently enrolled in an ACAOM-approved acupuncture program must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 and provide letters of recommendation from current faculty members familiar with the applicants work.

Prerequisites:

Applicants must either:
  • Be a licensed acupuncturist with a Bachelor's Degree
  • Have graduated from an ACAOM-approved Acupuncture program
  • Be currently enrolled in an ACAOM-approved acupuncture program
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New students can begin the program in the fall or spring term. Applications for the spring term must be received by December 1. Applications for the fall term must be received by August 1.

Prerequisites:

  • Bachelors Degree in Won Buddhism or Asian Studies or Bachelors Degree and completion of the Preparatory Won Buddhist Studies program
Additional requirements may be required for pre-minister students. Please consult the most recent course catalog for more information.

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Prerequsites:


There are no separate prerequisites for admission to the WBS Certificate program beyond those for admission to the Won Institute. However, there may be prerequisites for certain courses. Students who have completed an undergraduate degree in Won Buddhism are eligible to apply directly to the WBS Master’s degree and Certificate programs. Students who have not completed an undergraduate degree in Won Buddhism should first:
take two basic Won Buddhist scripture courses in the PWBS program (PWB100 Canon I and PWB110 Canon II) as prerequisites in order to enroll in master level Won Buddhist scripture courses (WBS531 Heart of Awakening, WBS536 Cultivating the Mind, and WBS541 Ground of Won Buddhist Ethics).

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