The City That Never Sleeps
New York is one of the most exciting cities in the world. It is often called “the city that never sleeps.” In fact, Times Square at midnight seems more vibrant and active than most other cities at noon. New York has many tourist attractions like the Statue of Liberty, Central Park, the United Nations headquarters, the Empire State building and over 300 museums. It is renowned for its wide variety of entertainment including the world famous Broadway theaters. With over 30,000 restaurants plus countless bars and clubs, it would take a lifetime to exhaust all that this magnificent city has to offer.
As of January 1st, 2020, Pacific College of Oriental Medicine is becoming PACIFIC COLLEGE OF HEALTH AND SCIENCE.
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New York also offers a large holistic health community. Many natural food stores and restaurants, holistic health newspapers, and alternative bookstores offer job opportunities to students. Entrepreneurial students also find it easy to supplement their incomes by doing massage or teaching classes in yoga, Tai Ji, nutrition or whatever their specialty may be.
- Acupuncture / Oriental Medicine Programs >>
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- Online Transitional Doctorate (Online Post Graduate Doctorate of Acupuncture or Chinese Medicine)* >>
(*) The Online Post-Graduate Doctorate programs can be taken from anywhere in the United States
- Online Nursing Programs >>
If you’ll be relocating to the area, you’re probably curious about housing. Moving to a new city can be a challenging endeavor, and we at Pacific College understand this. While Pacific College does not provide student housing, we’d like to refer you to a list of housing resources that may help you find a home.
If you are interested in starting a career in traditional Chinese medicine, here are some of the programs that are available at the New York Campus: