AOMA's Master of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (MAcOM) program is rigorous and comprehensive and includes extensive clinical training. Students receive education in acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, biomedical sciences, mind-body exercise, Asian bodywork, practice management, case management, and clinical communications. AOMA’s herbal program is one of the strongest in the nation and AOMA is one of the few professional programs to integrate taiji and qigong into the curriculum.
Graduates of the AOMA master's degree program in acupuncture and Oriental medicine will:
Have the knowledge base necessary to enter the profession
Practice professional behaviors and values
Provide patient-centered care
Incorporate evidence and experience-based practices
Participate in collaborative patient care
For information about job placement rates and program costs, please visit Program Disclosures section.