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DAOM Application PREREQUISITES: To apply to our DAOM program, you must have a valid California Acupuncture License OR possess a Diplomate of Oriental Medicine from the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oritental Medicine (NCCAOM) and obtain a valid California Acupuncture License within 6 months of your start date. INSTRUCTIONS: You will need to fill in all of the required fields and your $100 application fee, in order to complete your application. You will be able to log back in and complete your application at a later date if necessary. If you have any questions, contact the ACCHS admissions office at admissions@acchs.edu.
MSTCM Application PREREQUISITES: To apply to the MSTCM program, you will need 60 semester or 90 quarter units (900 hours) of undergraduate coursework. Online or in person coursework is acceptable, as long as it's from a Department of Education approved school and includes a broad range of subjects (not a technical degree). You must have a 2.5+ GPA overall and 2.0+ GPA for each course that will count towards the 60 units. This applies to tutorial and transfer students as well. INSTRUCTIONS: You will need to fill in all of the required fields in order to complete your application. You will be able to log back in and complete your application at a later date if necessary. If you have any questions, contact the ACCHS admissions office at admissions@acchs.edu
Tui Na Inquiry Our tuina program is currently on hold due to COVID. If you are interested in applying to this program once it is back on, you may submit your information here and we will contact you once the program is running once again. We do not have an expected start date and you will not hear an update from admissions until we have more information from the governor and our accreditors about when we can resume.