Entrance Requirements

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Graduation from an acupuncture or oriental medicine program accredited or legally recognized in the jurisdiction (country, state or province) in which it is conducted which was at least 3 years in length consisting of at least 90 semester credits (135 quarter credits) of didactic training and 650 hours of clinical training.

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Proof of experience in the form of state, provincial or national licensure, NCCAOM certification, or a documented acupuncture/oriental medicine practice.

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Ability to write and think critically

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Written and oral proficiency in English

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Computer literacy and access to e-mail and the Internet

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Experienced practitioners who have been actively engaged in the profession for at least 5 years, but do not meet the standard academic admissions requirements above may demonstrate that they meet the admissions requirements through documented practice, documented clinical and didactic training, continuing education courses, teaching, lecturing and professional activities.

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Access to Learning Materials. Given the fully external nature of our program, it is essential that you demonstrate access to the appropriate local libraries, learning resources and field study facilities. It is also important that you verify that you have access to a computer, email and Internet and other necessary means of communication for the duration of your program.

CALIFORNIA ACUPUNCTURE COLLEGE

CAC is an accredited program under the auspices of Akamai University.
info@californiaacupuncturecollege.com

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