Master of Science (Traditional Oriental Medicine)
Master of Science (Traditional Oriental Medicine) (MSTOM)
Explore what being a practitioner of Chinese medicine means to you: you can do something that has a positive impact personally and professionally. With us, you can learn from experts and hone your craft in something ancient and also on the cutting edge of modern-day healthcare. You’ve always been a healer at heart--let us show you the path to becoming one in practice.
The purpose of the Master’s program is to train practitioners of Oriental medicine and to enable them to function as primary, independent healthcare providers, and most importantly, to become an integral part of the modern healthcare system. Following the vision of the “East meets West” environment, students learn and apply the best of Asian medicine with a firm foundation in Western medicine. The program consists of three academic phases that emphasizes practicality in both theory and clinical practice.
The Master of Science (Traditional Oriental Medicine) is a four-year graduate program. With 188.5 units/3465 credit hours of theory and clinical practice, graduates are eligible for the California, Illinois, and New York state licensure exams, as well as the national certification examinations, which enables students to become licensed in the remaining states that regulate acupuncture and Oriental medicine. Students of the Master’s program are also eligible to enroll in Pacific College’s massage programs, allowing them to earn a massage license and work in the field while completing their Master’s degree.
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Graduates of the Master of Science of Traditional Oriental Medicine will be able to:
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The median loan debt for students who graduated between July 1, 2012 and June 30, 2013 was $101,990 for public debt (Title IV loans) and $0 for private debt.
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