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Herbology course (Graduate Level)
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Does anyone here know of an inexpensive Herbology course (Master degree level) that I can take without matriculating into a specific program? I'm interested in Chinese herbology but would also consider Western herbology, etc. Cost is an issue but do want quality. I'm thinking about getting a grad certificate in the subject but would like to see how I do with an introductory course.
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(07-26-2020, 03:03 PM)lmwaters Wrote: Does anyone here know of an inexpensive Herbology course (Master degree level) that I can take without matriculating into a specific program? I'm interested in Chinese herbology but would also consider Western herbology, etc. Cost is an issue but do want quality. I'm thinking about getting a grad certificate in the subject but would like to see how I do with an introductory course.

I am not sure about the graduate-level programs. If you only wanted a basic introduction to Chinese Herbology, you could try some Canadian vocational career colleges. They're not as expensive.

https://kootenaycolumbiacollege.com/intr...ubstances/

http://www.dominionherbalcollege.com/programs/

https://www.cicic.ca/869/resultats.canad...20sciences

https://www.cicic.ca/869/resultats.canad...%20college
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(07-26-2020, 03:03 PM)lmwaters Wrote: Does anyone here know of an inexpensive Herbology course (Master degree level) that I can take without matriculating into a specific program? I'm interested in Chinese herbology but would also consider Western herbology, etc. Cost is an issue but do want quality. I'm thinking about getting a grad certificate in the subject but would like to see how I do with an introductory course.

When you're ready to do the grad certificate, look at chiropractic colleges. I say this because there's one near me that has a whole program in Eastern medicine.
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(07-26-2020, 03:58 PM)ss20ts Wrote:
(07-26-2020, 03:03 PM)lmwaters Wrote: Does anyone here know of an inexpensive Herbology course (Master degree level) that I can take without matriculating into a specific program? I'm interested in Chinese herbology but would also consider Western herbology, etc. Cost is an issue but do want quality. I'm thinking about getting a grad certificate in the subject but would like to see how I do with an introductory course.

When you're ready to do the grad certificate, look at chiropractic colleges. I say this because there's one near me that has a whole program in Eastern medicine.

Thank you for your reply! I'll look into this.  Smile

(07-26-2020, 03:53 PM)openair Wrote:
(07-26-2020, 03:03 PM)lmwaters Wrote: Does anyone here know of an inexpensive Herbology course (Master degree level) that I can take without matriculating into a specific program? I'm interested in Chinese herbology but would also consider Western herbology, etc. Cost is an issue but do want quality. I'm thinking about getting a grad certificate in the subject but would like to see how I do with an introductory course.

I am not sure about the graduate-level programs. If you only wanted a basic introduction to Chinese Herbology, you could try some Canadian vocational career colleges. They're not as expensive.

https://kootenaycolumbiacollege.com/intr...ubstances/

http://www.dominionherbalcollege.com/programs/

https://www.cicic.ca/869/resultats.canad...20sciences

https://www.cicic.ca/869/resultats.canad...%20college

Thank you for the links and the suggestion! I'll look into this.  Smile
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