AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine

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AOMA's Master of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine program can be completed at an accelerated pace of three years and three months, or a full-time pace of four years and three months. A small percentage of AOMA students complete the program at a part-time pace, graduating in six years.

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Alumni Success:

More than 90% of all AOMA graduates practice in the field of Chinese medicine and more than 90% of AOMA graduates receive licensure within one year of graduation. AOMA alumni are practicing Chinese medicine in 42 states and in six countries.

When you study Chinese medicine at AOMA, you’ll discover a life of both passion and purpose. A place where professional achievement meets personal fulfillment. AOMA graduates are working as private practice acupuncturists, herbalists, authors, university faculty, even entrepreneurs.

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AOMA prepares students to work as acupuncturists (Standard Occupational Classification #29-1199.01)
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