Earn Your Accredited Degree At NYCHP

Become an acupuncturist & Get Licensed in New York

Start Your Career in Hospitals, Wellness Centers, or Your Own Practice

Graduate with a Bachelor of Professional Studies/Master of Science in Health Sciences/Acupuncture in 3 Years.

How to get started

1. Schedule Call

Fill out the application to speak with our admissions team so we can ensure our program is the right fit for you.

2. Have Questions Ready

Come prepared to your scheduled call with any all questions you have so we can answer them then and there.

3. Personalized Plan

Work with admissions to create your personalized path to becoming a Licensed Acupuncturist.

Graduate Accredited & recognized

Full accreditation from ACAHM & recognition by NCCAOM

We ensure graduates meet state requirements for professional licensure or certification needed for employment. With full accreditation from ACAHM and recognition by NCCAOM, our graduates automatically fulfill eligibility requirements. 

In-depth Acupuncture Program

Prerequisites and Flexible Study Options

Our 145-credit Acupuncture program, designed for completion in 9 trimesters (3 academic years), includes prerequisites in Anatomy & Physiology and Chemistry. Part-time options are available for those with work or other responsibilities.

Holistic, Real-World Impact

Clinical Experience and Career Readiness

Upon completion, students will conduct holistic assessments, develop personalized treatment plans, implement acupuncture treatments, incorporate Chinese herbal medicine, emphasize self-care and preventative care, maintain comprehensive documentation, and design strategies for a successful practice or employment in the diverse field of acupuncture.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

The program spans nine trimesters, designed to be completed in approximately three academic years.

Qualified applicants for the acupuncture and oriental medicine programs have earned either 60 college credits or minimally an associate level degree.

 

Applicants are required to complete an application and application essay.  Additional documentation includes official transcripts, immunization records showing receipt of two doses of the MMR vaccine (as required by the New York State Health Department), and a recent physical.

New York College of Health Professions has the lowest tuition, both undergraduate and graduate, of any non-profit, private institutionally accredited college of its kind in the tri-state area. Most students qualify for financial aid and the college offers scholarships. 

Tuition is charged per credit for each course taken at New York College of Health Professions.

Undergraduate level courses cost $450 per credit. Graduate level courses cost $545 per credit. For detailed information, please contact admissions.

Our classes are conducted exclusively in English. If you have any questions or require further clarification, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us.

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