Objective : This paper attempts to analyze the curriculum of the modern Korean Medicine's higher education institutions and study their significance. Rather than conducting an in-depth pedagogical research, the paper attempts to summarize and provide a simple analysis on the subject matter due to the lack of the historical evidence of modern Korean Medicine. Method : General theses and academic papers along with daily publications before the Japanese colonial era, materials owned by Kyunghee University Korean Medicine History Museum, and history databases owned by the National Institute of Korean History and Kyujanggak were investigatedResult : Upon studying the curriculum of Korean Medicine's higher education institutions, it could be concluded that the efforts to maintain the independence and professionalism of Korean Medicine in its relationship with the Western Medicine. It could also be discovered that the curriculum was improved through policy measures in order to raise the status of the practitioners and expand the scope of their practices. These higher education institutions has been continuously working to develop the Korean Medicine and raise the quality of curriculum, and their efforts were vital in the establishment of the Korean Medicine Doctor system. Conclusion : Systematic academic researches should be done on the curriculum of Korean Medicine's high education institutions in order to fulfill the objective of normalizing the Korean Medicine education and contributing to the growth of Korean Medicine.