Programs

in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine

Our degrees in Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine equip students with critical thinking, rigorous academic learning, hands-on practical training and mentorship essential to providing compassionate, expert, integrative patient care. Our graduates enter the profession as leaders, working in a variety of environments, from private practice to collaborative integrative settings such as hospitals.

Degrees in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine

For prospective students entering the Traditional Chinese Medicine field.

Master of Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine (MSTCM)

  • Length: 4 years (9-semester accelerated option)
  • Format: Classroom + clinical training/internships
    Prepares students for acupuncture licensure and practice
  • Requirements: 90 semester units at the college level

Doctorate in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine (DACM)

  • Length: 4 years (10-semester accelerated option)
  • Format: Classroom + clinical training/internships
    Prepares students for acupuncture licensure and practice
  • MSTCM curriculum + 16 additional units of coursework to gain advanced skills in the areas of systems-based medicine, integrative care, and the application of research to clinical practice
  • Requirements: 90 semester units at the college level (co-requisites: chemistry, biology, and psychology)

Advanced Degrees in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine

For prospective students with previous Chinese medicine education and experience.

Doctorate of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Completion Program (DACMCP)

  • Length: 8 months (2 semesters)
  • Format: Online 
  • Focus: Development of advanced skills, including systems-based medicine and integrative care; application of research to clinical practice
  • Requirements: Master’s degree in Chinese Medicine from an accredited college or university, at least 90 college semester units from undergraduate studies and the proof of completion of a general chemistry course

Continuing Education (CEUs)

  • Length: N/A
  • Format: Online weekend classes
  • Focus: Specialization in women’s health and pain management; application of research to clinical practice
  • Requirements: Master’s degree in Chinese Medicine from an accredited college or university
 
 
 

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