Practitioner-Curriculum

We have updated the hours and lessons for 2019-2020 Group. Below you will find the updated curriculum followed by 2018-2019 curriculum.

1. Bhaishajya Kalpana (Ayurvedic Herbal Formulations)
2. Sanskrit
3.Panchakarma Planning
4. Ayurvedic Nidan for Specific Imbalances
5. Vedic Astrology
6. Basic Anatomy & Physiology for Ayurveda Students
7. Introduction to Pathology for Ayurveda Students

LESSON OUTLINES

BK 101: Bhaishajya Kalpana
100 Hrs/17 Lessons
Pre-Requisites: Admission into the Program

Synopsis: Students shall learn the theory and principles of Ayurvedic Pharmocology and creation of formulations for supporting the three doshas, the seven dhatus and the srotas.

Lesson Plans
Lesson 1 •Definition, Introduction and Bhaiṣajya Kalpana Principles
Lesson 2 Energetics- Guṇa, Vīrya, Vipāka and Karma of herbs and Kalpanās
Lesson 3-Introduction to Pañca vidha kaṣāya kalpanā (five basic Ayurvedic formulations)
Lesson 4 Introduction to Ayurvedic Svarasa, Kalka (paste),
Lesson 5- Different Ayurvedic Kaṣāya (decoction),- Ayurvedic Phāṇṭa (hot infusion) and Hima (cold infusion);Puṣpa Varga (Flowers)
Lesson 6-Kalpanās with one, two, three, five and ten groups of herbs; Haritaki varga
Lesson 7 Design process, storage and labeling of Kalpanā; Guducyadi varga
Lesson 8 Anupana, Ayurvedic Salves and Aromatics (Karpuradi Varga)
Lesson 9: Ayurvedic Churnams, Vatis, Arishta and Asava, Sneha & Aveleha Kalpana
Lesson 10: Modaks, Ubatans, and, compresses
Lesson 11- Comparison of Western and Ayurvedic Herbs
Lessons 12: Common Western Herbs and Weeds
Lesson 13: Natural Body Care using Ayurvedic Herbs
Lesson 14: Contraindications and Indications
Lesson 15: Herbal Livelihoods
Lesson 16: Topical Kalpanas in Ayurveda
Lesson 17: Brhmanaa Shamana, Virechana preparations.

Grades-70% to pass.
I. Preparation of Herb kalpanās - 50%
II. Forum Discussions and Blogs - 20%
III. Quiz - 30%
IV. Final Project- Pass or Fail (No grades)

PK 102: Panchakarma Planning-
50 Hrs/12 Lessons

Prerequisites- BK 101

Synopsis: Student shall be able to plan a Panchakarma Detoxification plan for three doshas, in fall and spring for three doshas, dhatu increase or dhatu decrease using the principles of brimhana, langhana, shodhana and shaman

Lesson Plans

Lesson 1. What is Panchkarma; Panchakarma in United States in Spa Setting
Lesson 2; Benefits, indication contraindication and Three stages of Panchakarma
Lesson 3. Shamana Plan using different cikitsa models
Lesson 4 . Principles of Purvakarma—Preparation plans, pathya and apathya
Lesson 6: Principles of Snehana, Agni dipana, and Pachana
Lesson 7: Principles of Vamana, Nasya Karma, VIrechana, and Neti
Lesson 8: Principle of Bastis
Lesson 9: Purvakarma, Paschat Karma, Post panchakarma planning for 10 clients
Lesson 10- Shirodhara, Nasya, Abhyanga, Vamana
Lesson 11- Pizhichil and Elakizhi and Netra Tarpana treatments
Lesson 12- Svedanam and Netra Tarpana
Grades 70% to pass
Creation of PK Plan – 25%

Quiz-25%
Practicum/Client observation-50%
Final Project- No Grade (Pass or Fail)

SANS 103: Sanskrit
150 Hrs/20 Lessons
Pre requisites: Admission into the program

Synopsis Student shall gain a better understanding of the Sanskrit Language for their Ayurveda practice, understand Vedic knowledge and improve the Sanskrit language skills.

Lesson Plans

Lesson 1: Sanskrit Albhabet-Vrana karma
Lesson 2: Special verses from Ashtanga Hrdyam
Lesson 3:Pronunciation and Enunciation from Asthanga Hrdyam
Lesson 4:Sanskrit Sandhi- roots to words – how words are made in Sanskrit
Lesson 5:Writing with Sanskrit Diacritics
Lesson 6: Ayurvedic Glossary
Lesson 7: Verses from Asthanga Hrdyam: Sutra Sthana
Lesson 8: Verses from Asthanga Hrdyam: Sharira Sthana
Lesson 9: Verses from Asthanga Hrdyam: Cikitsa Sthana
Lesson 10: Verses from Asthanga Hrdyam: Nidana
Lesson 11: Verses from Madhava Nidan
Lesson 12: Verses from Sharangadhara Samhita
Lesson 13: Verses from Bhava Prakasha – Part 1
Lesson 14: Verses from Bhava Prakasha – Part 2
Lesson 15: Verses from Bhava Prakasha – Part 3
Lesson 16 Introdution to Caraka Samhita- Part 1
Lesson 17- Introduction to Caraka Samhita- Part 2
Lesson 18-Introduction to Caraka Samhita- Part 3
Lesson 19-Introduction to Bhashajya Ratnavali
Lesson 20- Introduction to Sushruta Samhita

Grades 70% to pass
Written Quiz-50%
Enunciation (Spoken) Verses-50%

NID 104: Ayurvedic Nidan for Specific Imbalances
100 Hrs/28 Lessons
Prerequisites: BK 101

Synopsis Student shall learn Ayurvedic perspective on different imbalances mentioned in Ancient scriptural text of Madhava Nidan.

Lesson Plans
Lesson 1: Ayurvedic Perspective on Imbalance of body, mind and spirit
Lesson 2: Ayurvedic Perspective on Raktachapa (Hypertension)
Lesson 3: Ayurvedic Perspective on Gridhasi (Sciatica);
Lesson 4: Ayurvedic Perspective on Skin imbalances
Lesson 5: Ayurvedic Perspective Śītapitta (Urticaria)
Lesson 6: Ayurvedic Perspective on Arśa (Hemorrhoids)
Lesson 7:Ayurvedic Perspective on Sthaulya (Obesity);
Lesson 8:Ayurvedic Perspective on Prameha (Urinary disease)
Lesson 9:Ayurvedic Perspective on Abdomin Gulma;
Lesson 8:Ayurvedic Perspective on Aśmarī (Urinary calculi)
Lesson 11:Ayurvedic Perspective on Pāṇḍuroga
Lesson 12 Ayurvedic Perspective on Respiratory System (Prāṇavaha srotas)
Lesson 13 Ayurvedic Perspective on Hikkā (Hiccups)
Lesson 14 Ayurvedic Perspective on Stri roga (feminine imbalances)
Lesson 15 Ayurvedic Perspective on Śvāsa (Dyspnea/Asthma)
Lesson 16 Ayurvedic Perspective on Ojas disorders
Lesson 17 Ayurvedic Perspective on disorders of seven dhatus
Lesson 18 Ayurvedic Perspective on disorders of Tejas
Lesson 19 Ayurvedic Perspective on Karna, Nasa and Mukha Roga (ENT)
Lesson 20 Ayurvedic Perspective on Vraṇashotha (Inflammation and swelling)
Lesson 21 Dashavidha Pariksha on 5 clients
Lesson 22 Ashtavidha Pariksha on 5 clients
Lesson 23 Trividha Pariksha on 5 clients
Lesson 25: Introduction to Madhav Nidan
Lesson 26: Introduction to Caraka Samhita
Lesson 27: Introduction to Bhava Prakasha
Lesson 28: Ashtanga Ayurveda

Grades 70% to pass
Quiz-50%
Client Encounters-50%

JYOT 105: Vedic Astrology & Vastu

50 Hrs/14 Lessons
Pre requisites: Admission into the program

Synopsis Student shall study more advanced principles of Jyótisa, the traditional Hindu Vedic astrology. Study of sidereal system, the dashas, sub dashas, using astrology software, the twelve houses and their lords, and, learn to apply the system of Vastu to correct doshas of the land, geopathic stress. This course requires watching pre recorded lessons.

Lesson Plans
Lesson 1 Introduction to Jyotish
Lesson 2: The 12 Houses
Lesson 3: Lagnas: Ascendant, Moon, relevant karakas
Lesson 4: The 12 zodiac Signs
Lesson 5: Nakshatras
Lesson 6 - The Vimshottari Dasha System
Lesson 7 Divisional Charts (Vargas)
Lesson 8 - Transits (Gochara)
Lesson 10- Using a Compass in Vastu
Lesson 11-Geopathic Stress
Lesson 12-Outside Vastu Corrections
Lesson 13-Indoor Vastu Corrections
Lesson 14-Mock Vastu Client Encounters

Grades 70% to pass
Quiz-100%

AP106: Basic Anatomy & Physiology for Ayurveda Students
50 Hrs/12 Lessons
Pre requisites: Admission into the program

Synopsis: The student will learn a basics of human body systems and their correlation with Ayurveda system of seven Dhatus, srotas and doshas.

Lesson Plans
Lesson 1: Introduction to western anatomy vs Ayurvedic anatomy
Lesson 2: Homeostasis and Digestion: Ayurvedic Perspective
Lesson 3: Endocrine System and Ayurveda
Lesson 4: Uro-genital system and Ayurveda
Lesson 5 Ayurvedic Perspective on all the systems in the body, Tissues and Membranes
Lesson 6 Ayurvedic Perspective on Cardiovascular system and Lymphatic System
Lesson 7: Musculoskelel system and Ayurveda
Lesson 8: Ayurvedic Perspective on Nervous System
Lesson 9: Ayurvedic Perspective on urinary system
Lesson 10: Anatomy of Pain; An ayurvedic perspective
Lesson 11: Reproductive system of Humans; Ayurvedic viewpoint
Lesson 12: Respiratory system and Ayurveda

Grades 70% to pass
Quizzes/Tests-100% (Classwork word removed)

PATH 107: Introduction to General Pathology for Ayurveda Students
100 Hrs/20 Lessons
Pre requisites: AP 106

Synopsis: The students will learn some basic Hetus ( causes and effects) of certain disorders and imbalances from an Ayurvedic Perspective and correlate it to western etiology.

Weekly Lesson Plans
Lesson 1: Introduction to western pathology vs Ayurvedic pathology and Nidan
Lesson 2: Ayurvedic Perspective on all the causative factors of imbalance. Comparison with western causes.
Lesson 4: Ayurvedic Perspective on Cardiovascular pathologies
Lesson 4: Ayurvedic Perspective Endocrine and Musculoskelel pathologies
Lesson 5: Ayurvedic Perspective on Nervous System pathologies
Lesson 6: Ayurvedic Perspective on urinary system pathologies
Lesson 7: Ayurvedic Perspective on shula (pain) and Headache pathology
Lesson 8: Pharmocology in Ayurveda – Part 1
Lesson 9: Introduction to Lab reports
Lesson 10: Kriyakala and Dosha Gati
Lesson 11: Reproductive Pathologies
Lesson 12: Language of Medicine: Learning Greek and Latin roots
Lesson 13: Thyroid issues
Lesson 14 Hemorrhoids
Lesson 15 Skin Pathologies
Lesson 16 Pharmocology in Ayurveda – Part 2
Lesson 17 Pharmocology and Ayurveda- Part 3
Lesson 18- Acute imbalances
Lesson 19- Metabolic Disorders
Lesson 20-Chronic Disorders

Grades 70% to pass
Quiz/Tests-80%
classwork-20%

Ayurvedic Pathya AP108-50 Hours/11 Lessons
Prerequisites: Admission into the Course

Synopsis: Students shall understand advanced Ayurvedic Nutrition Principles and be able to identify the correct recipes and ahara plans for dosha increase, decrease, dhatu kshaye or vriddhi, as well as srota imbalances.

Lesson Outline:
Lesson 1 Pathya for imbalances
Lesson 2 Detoxifying-Langhana Therapies and Recipes
Lesson 3 Brmhna-Tonifying Therapies and Recipes
Lesson 4 Ayurvedic recipes during imbalances
Lesson 5 Ayurvedic Apathya in a client care setting
Lesson 6 Bhava Prakasha-Krtanna Varga, Vari Varga,
Lesson 7 Bhava Prakasha-Shaka Varga, Amra Varga
Lesson 8 Ama in Chronic conditions in Vata, Pitta and Kapha
\Lesson 9: Lipids and Lipid Tests
Lesson 10: Carbohydrates and Glucose
Lesson 11: Proteins
Grades: 70% to pass
Evaluation-Final Quiz: 70%
Cooking Practicum: 30%
Final Project: Pass/Fail (No Grade)

AP109 Introduction to Business 50 Hrs/11 Lessons
Prerequisites: Admission into the program

Synopsis: As Ayurveda grows popularity in US, majority of Ayurveda program graduates choose to take an entrepreneurial role and open their own business. This 50 Hour seminar is especially designed to support the Ayurveda entrepreneur in US with some basic business education. Real time and best practice lessons from existing entrepreneurs will enhance the students knowledge.

Lesson Plans
Lesson 1: Introduction to Business and how it applies to Ayurveda
Lesson 2 Business Organization and Entity
Lesson 3: Managing, organizing your Ayurveda Business Structure
Lesson 4: Taxes. City codes & permits
Lesson 5: General Principles of Marketing and Case Studies-
Lesson 6: Website, Promotion and Networking
Lesson 7: Case studies of successful Ayurveda business entrepreneurs
Lesson 8: Creating your own business plan
Lesson 9: Creating a website, marketing materials
Lesson 10: Search Engine Optimization: Campaigns online (Google Marketing)
Lesson 11: Networking and creating awareness

Grades: 70% to pass.
Creation of Portfolio-30%
Quiz-70%

AP110: Ayurveda Internship 200 Hours/16 Lessons
Pre-requisites: Admission into the course

Synopsis: Ayurveda internship is designed to develop the knowledge, skills, and behaviors necessary for Ayurvedic clinical practice. Student interns will actively participate in client care while under the supervision of an ayurvedic practitioner in an office setting. Students will also engage in various other educational experiences, observe 50 client encounters and in addition conduct 50 client encounters and submit written reports. Part of this internship takes place in person in Austin, Texas. For those who cannot complete the internship, externship option is an option for international students.

Lesson 01 Observation, deduction and reports of Hetus by using nadi pariksha.
Lesson 02 Observation and demonstration of trividha pariksha
Lesson 03 Observation and demonstration of dashavidha pariksha
Lesson 04 Observation and demonstration of jihva pariksha
Lesson 05 Observation and demonstration of mukha (Face) pariksha
Lesson 06 Rugna Patrakam- Intake form for Practitioner students
Lesson 07 Formulate an Ayurvedic management and cikitsa plan incorporating nutrition, lifestyle recommendations
Lesson 08 Formulate an Ayurvedic Management and clikts aplan incorporating, herbs, and/or Panchakarma suggestions.
Lesson 09 Keeping, organizing and filling client records
Lesson 10 Demonstrate appropriate hygiene in the clinical environment.
Lesson 11 Demonstrate effective communication with diverse audiences
Lesson 12 Generate and maintain accurate and legible client records and history.
Lesson 13 Use at least three limbs of the eightfold assessment to assess the state of malas
Lesson 14 Observation and demonstration of eightfold assessment
Lesson 15 Effective Follow up technique demonstration
Lesson 16 Effective use of time during a client encounter
Grades: Pass or Fail
(In person or Online participation specified in the transcript)

2018-2019 CURRICULUM

LESSON OUTLINES

Bhaishajya Kalpana
Course Code- BK 101
100 Hrs/23 Lessons
Teacher: Monica Groover, Ph.D.

Pre-Requisites: Admission into the Program

Synopsis:Students shall learn the theory and principles of Ayurvedic Pharmocology and creation of formulations for supporting the three doshas, the seven dhatus and the srotas.

Lesson Plans
Lesson 1 Definition, Introduction and Bhaiṣajya Kalpana Principles
Lesson 2 Energetics- Guṇa, Vīrya, Vipāka and Karma of herbs and Kalpanās
Lesson 3-Introduction to Pañca vidha kaṣāya kalpanā (five basic Ayurvedic formulations)
Lesson 4 Introduction to Ayurvedic Svarasa, Kalka (paste),
Lesson 5- Different Ayurvedic Kaṣāya (decoction),
Lesson 6- Ayurvedic Phāṇṭa (hot infusion) and Hima (cold infusion);Puṣpa Varga (Flowers)
Lesson 7-Kalpanās with one, two, three, five and ten groups of herbs; Haritaki varga
Lesson 8 Design process, storage and labeling of Kalpanā; Guducyadi varga
Lesson 9 Anupana
Lesson 10: Ayurvedic Salves and Aromatics (Karpuradi Varga)
Lesson 11: Ayurvedic Churnams
Lesson 12: Arishta and Asava
Lesson 13: Sneha Kalpana
Lesson 14: Ayurvedic Aveleha
Lesson 15: Ayurvedic Vati
Lesson 16: Rasayana
Lesson 17: Pañcavidha kaṣāya kalpanā as a basis for other kalpanās; Ayurvedic posology
Lesson 18: Kalpanas for Purvakarma plan
Lesson 19: Herbs to support mind
Lesson 20 - Modaks, Ubatans, and, compresses
Lesson 21- Ayurvedic Brhmanaa Shamana, Virechana preparations.
Lesson 22- Group Portfolio collaboration work
Lesson 23- Creating herbal plans for three mock clients

Grades-70% to pass. Grade weightage given below
I. Preparation of Herb kalpanās - 25%
II. Herbal Purvakarma Plan for three mock clients - 15%
III. Forum Discussions and Blogs - 10%
IV. Group Portfolio (workbook) via Google Drive - 10%
V. Quiz - 25%
VI. Final Research Paper-15%

Panchakarma Planning-
PK 102
50 Hrs/10 Lessons
Prerequisites- BK 101

Synopsis: Student shall be able to plan a Panchakarma Detoxification plan for three doshas, in fall and spring for three doshas, dhatu increase or dhatu decrease using the principles of brimhana, langhana, shodhana and shamana.

Lesson Plans

Lesson 1. What is Panchkarma
Lesson 2; Benefits, indication contraindication
Lesson 3. Shamana Plan using different cikitsa models
Lesson 4 . Three stages of Panchakarma
Lesson 5- Principles of Purvakarma—Preparation plans
Lesson 6: Principles of Snehana, Agni dipana, and Pachana
Lesson 7: Principles of Vamana, Nasya Karma and Neti
Lesson 8: Principle of Virechana
Lesson 9: Principle of Bastis
Lesson 10: Paschat Karma, Post panchakarma planning
Grades 70% to pass
Quiz-50%
Client Encounters-50%

SANS 103
Sanskrit-60 Hrs/6 Lessons
Pre requisites: Admission into the program

Synopsis Student shall gain a better understanding of the Sanskrit Language for their Ayurveda practice, understand Vedic knowledge and improve the Sanskrit language skills.

Lesson Plans

Lesson 1: Sanskrit Albhabet-Vrana karma
Lesson 2: Special verses from Ayurveda, yoga, and the Bhagavad Gita
Lesson 3:Pronunciation and Enunciation of healing mantras
Lesson 4:Sanskrit Sandhi- roots to words – how words are made in Sanskrit
Lesson 5:Writing with Sanskrit Diacritics
Lesson 6: Ayurvedic Glossary

Grades 70% to pass
Written Quiz-50%
Enunciation (Spoken) Quiz-50%

NID 104

Ayurvedic Nidan for Specific Imbalances 100 Hrs/20 Lessons
Prerequisites: BK 101

Synopsis Student shall learn Ayurvedic perspective on different imbalances mentioned in Ancient scriptural text of Madhava Nidan.

Lesson Plans

Lesson 1: Ayurvedic Perspective on Imbalance of body, mind and spirit
Lesson 2: Ayurvedic Perspective on Raktachapa (Hypertension)
Lesson 3: Ayurvedic Perspective on Gridhasi (Sciatica);
Lesson 4: Ayurvedic Perspective on Skin imbalances
Lesson 5: Ayurvedic Perspective Śītapitta (Urticaria)
Lesson 6: Ayurvedic Perspective on Arśa (Hemorrhoids)
Lesson 7:Ayurvedic Perspective on Sthaulya (Obesity);
Lesson 8:Ayurvedic Perspective on Prameha (Urinary disease)
Lesson 9:Ayurvedic Perspective on Abdomin Gulma;
Lesson 8:Ayurvedic Perspective on Aśmarī (Urinary calculi)
Lesson 11:Ayurvedic Perspective on Pāṇḍuroga
Lesson 12 Ayurvedic Perspective on Respiratory System (Prāṇavaha srotas)
Lesson 13 Ayurvedic Perspective on Hikkā (Hiccups)
Lesson 14 Ayurvedic Perspective on Stri roga (feminine imbalances)
Lesson 15 Ayurvedic Perspective on Śvāsa (Dyspnea/Asthma)
Lesson 16 Ayurvedic Perspective on Ojas disorders
Lesson 17 Ayurvedic Perspective on disorders of seven dhatus
Lesson 18 Ayurvedic Perspective on disorders of Tejas
Lesson 19 Ayurvedic Perspective on Karna, Nasa and Mukha Roga (ENT)
Lesson 20 Ayurvedic Perspective on Vraṇashotha (Inflammation and swelling)
Grades 70% to pass
Quiz-50%
Client Encounters-50%

JYOT 105
Vedic Astrology 38 Hrs/8 Lessons
Pre requisites: Admission into the program

Synopsis Student shall study more advanced principles of Jyótisa, the traditional Hindu Vedic astrology. Study of sidereal system, the dashas, sub dashas, using astrology software, the twelve houses and their lords.

Lesson Plans
Lesson 1 Introduction to Jyotish
Lesson 2: The 12 Houses
Lesson 3: Lagnas: Ascendant, Moon, relevant karakas
Lesson 4: The 12 zodiac Signs
Lesson 5: Nakshatras
Lesson 6 - The Vimshottari Dasha System
Lesson 7 Divisional Charts (Vargas)
Lesson 8 - Transits (Gochara)

Grades 70% to pass
Qu iz-100%

AP106
Basic Anatomy & Physiology for Ayurveda Students 30 Hrs/7 Lessons
Pre requisites: Admission into the program

Synopsis: The student will learn a basics of human body systems and their correlation with Ayurveda system of seven Dhatus, srotas and doshas.

Lesson Plans
Lesson 1: Introduction to western anatomy vs Ayurvedic anatomy
Lesson 2: Ayurvedic Perspective on all the systems in the body, Tissues and Membranes
Lesson 3: Ayurvedic Perspective on Cardiovascular system and Lymphatic System
Lesson 4: Ayurvedic Perspective Endocrine System, Musculoskelel system
Lesson 5: Ayurvedic Perspective on Nervous System
Lesson 6: Ayurvedic Perspective on urinary system
Lesson 7: Ayurvedic Perspective on Pain and Headaches

Grades 70% to pass
Quizzes/Tests-100%
classwork-20%

PATH 107
Introduction to General Pathology for Ayurveda Students 30 Hrs/7 Lessons
Pre requisites: AP 106

Synopsis: The students will learn some basic Hetus ( causes and effects) of certain disorders and imbalances from an Ayurvedic Perspective and correlate it to western etiology.

Weekly Lesson Plans
Lesson 1: Introduction to western pathology vs Ayurvedic pathology and Nidan
Lesson 2: Ayurvedic Perspective on all the causative factors of imbalance. Comparison with western causes.
Lesson 4: Ayurvedic Perspective on Cardiovascular pathologies
Lesson 4: Ayurvedic Perspective Endocrine and Musculoskelel pathologies
Lesson 5: Ayurvedic Perspective on Nervous System pathologies
Lesson 6: Ayurvedic Perspective on urinary system pathologies
Lesson 7: Ayurvedic Perspective on shula (pain) and Headache pathology

Grades 70% to pass
Quiz/Tests-80%
classwork-20%

AP109 Introduction to Business 50 Hrs/20 Lessons
Pre requisites: Admission into the program

Synopsis: As Ayurveda grows popularity in US, majority of Ayurveda program graduates choose to take an entrepreneurial role and open their own business. This 50 Hour seminar is especially designed to support the Ayurveda entrepreneur in US with some basic business education. Real time and best practice lessons from existing entrepreneurs will enhance the students knowledge.
Lesson 1: Introduction to Business and how it applies to Ayurveda
Lesson 2: Understanding the Business System in your state- 2 hrs
Lesson 3: Small Business, and New Venture Creation - 3 Hr
Lesson 4: Conducting Business Ethically and Responsibly-1 Hr
Lesson 5: Entrepreneurship Possibilities in Ayurveda 4 Hrs
Lesson 6: Part 2: Business Organization and Entity—15 Hours
Lesson 7: Managing, organizing your Ayurveda Business Structure – 12 hrs
Lesson 8: Taxes. City codes & permits -3 Hrs
Lesson 9: General Principles of Marketing and Case Studies- 20 Hours
Lesson 12: Herbs and supplement market and local state laws 10 Hrs
Lesson 13: Website, Promotion and Networking 10 Hrs
Lesson 14: Case studies of successful Ayurveda business entrepreneurs 10 Hrs
Lesson 15: Creating your own business plan 5 Hrs
Lesson 16: Creating a website, marketing materials 25 Hrs
Lesson 17: Search Engine Optimization: Campaigns online (Google Marketing) 5 Hrs
Lesson 19: Networking and creating awareness 5 Hrs
Lesson 20 Student Portfolio
Grades: 70% to pass.
Creation of Portfolio-30%
Final Prject-20%
Quiz-50%