Master of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Degree

Note:

Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges has approved the college to offer the Doctor of Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine, which will include the Master of Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine .  Students will have the option to receive both degrees upon fulfillment of both graduation requirements. The anticipated start date is May 2018.  More details coming soon.

Purpose

The goal of the Master of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (MAOM) program is to train you to become a licensed acupuncturist while obtaining your acupuncture master’s degree.

Overview of the MAOM Program

The program includes 163 total credits. You will learn acupuncture and herbology extensively (361 regular points, 300 herbs, 200 formulas), along with tai-chi and qi-gong, tui-na, biomedical sciences, professional development, integrated medicine, clinical medicine studies, and clinical training.

Tuition and Fees

Tuition is $415 per credit. Federal financial aid is available along with payment plans. If you apply early, you will also qualify for institutional scholarships. Scholarships will be based on both first come first serve basis on completed applications as well as merit. If you are interested in receiving scholarships, please begin your application by clicking APPLY.

More Information

  • Viewbook: an introduction of our school at a glance
  • Fact Sheet: program information at a glance
  • MAOM Program Brochure
  • Email [email protected] to get your transcript evaluated for potential transfer credits
  • Call 713.780.9777 to schedule a campus tour, observe a class, speak to one of our students or faculty
  • Call 713.780.9786 to try out a treatment at our clinic