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Pacific College of Oriental Medicine-New York Graduate School

Pacific College's New York campus is located in the city's historical Flatiron District at 915 Broadway, just two blocks south of the famous Flatiron Building. Fine restaurants, convenient markets, trendy boutiques, and local theatres make up this diverse area. The neighborhood's Romanesque facades have been restored, preserving the beauty of the buildings, the last of the pre-skyscraper era. The area is lively at all times during the day and evening and even the most innocent "out-of-towner" will feel safe and comfortable exploring the area. Pacific College, the city's first accredited school of Oriental medicine, has convenient subway and train access and parking nearby. In a city where space is often at a premium, the college's 25,000 square feet offers 11 comfortable classrooms, administrative offices, an extensive library of Oriental medicine, and a comfortable student lounge and common area. The facility also houses a large professional acupuncture clinic with 18 treatment rooms and an herbal pharmacy for student training. Pacific College of Oriental Medicine 915 Broadway, 2nd Floor New York, NY 10010 The mission of Pacific College is to educate and inspire students to become compassionate, skilled providers of patient-centered healthcare using traditional East Asian and integrative medicine.

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About Pacific College of Oriental Medicine-New York Graduate School

Pacific College's New York campus is located in the city's historical Flatiron District at 915 Broadway, just two blocks south of the famous Flatiron Building. Fine restaurants, convenient markets, trendy boutiques, and local theatres make up this diverse area. The neighborhood's Romanesque facades have been restored, preserving the beauty of the buildings, the last of the pre-skyscraper era. The area is lively at all times during the day and evening and even the most innocent "out-of-towner" will feel safe and comfortable exploring the area. Pacific College, the city's first accredited school of Oriental medicine, has convenient subway and train access and parking nearby. In a city where space is often at a premium, the college's 25,000 square feet offers 11 comfortable classrooms, administrative offices, an extensive library of Oriental medicine, and a comfortable student lounge and common area. The facility also houses a large professional acupuncture clinic with 18 treatment rooms and an herbal pharmacy for student training. Pacific College of Oriental Medicine 915 Broadway, 2nd Floor New York, NY 10010 The mission of Pacific College is to educate and inspire students to become compassionate, skilled providers of patient-centered healthcare using traditional East Asian and integrative medicine.

Admissions

Admissions

Total application fees are $50. However, many graduate schools have fee waiver programs for students who demonstrate financial need, who are serving in the military, or who serve in a special program such as AmeriCorps or Teach for America. In addition, students can cover application fees through financial aid support.

Academics

Academics

Degree Programs Offered

Graduates Last Year: 66

Description: A program that prepares individuals for the independent professional practice of acupuncture, a Chinese system of health care and healing based on the use of pulse diagnosis, acupuncture point selection, and needle insertion, as well as herbs and other Asian treatment modalities. Includes instruction in basic Western medical sciences, Asian philosophy, Chinese medical anatomy and physiology, Chinese herbs, diagnostic techniques, patient observation and communication, acupuncture points and point selection, acupuncture techniques, acupuncture treatment of disease, pain management, practice management, and professional standards and ethics.

Job Opportunities:

Health Diagnosing and Treating Practitioners, All Other
All health diagnosing and treating practitioners not listed separately.

Faculty

Full-time Faculty 19
Non-Tenure Track Faculty 19 (100%)

Administrators

Administrators of Pacific College of Oriental Medicine-New York Graduate School include:

  • Malcolm Youngren - Campus Director

Student Life

Student Life

Student Body

Pacific College of Oriental Medicine-New York Graduate School's student body is 73% female : 27% male and is 4% international students with 21% part time students.

Student Diversity
Percentage
White 43%
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander 0%
Multi-racial 0%
International 4%
Hispanic/Latino 5%
Ethnicity Unknown 19%
Black or African American 7%
Asian 20%

Finance

Finance

Tuition and fees at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine-New York Graduate School vary widely from program to program or school to school within the university. Graduate students can expect to face tuition of $21,540 per year for full-time study. However, for some graduate programs, there are opportunities for scholarships, stipends, and grants that can help to directly reduce the out-of-pocket costs. It is important to check with the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine-New York Graduate School ’s financial aid office to learn about the full range of financial aid that may be available in terms of both loans and grants.

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