|Setting:||Large City Setting|
|On-Campus Housing Available:||No|
Tri-State College of Acupuncture in New York City is one of the oldest Chinese medicine schools in the country. Tri-State College’s academics include degrees and short-term programs in various aspects of Chinese medicine.
Tri-State College’s master’s degree in Chinese Medicine is for those who would like to work in this specialized field. Tri-State offers a master’s in Acupuncture as well, teaching different acupuncture styles. These include:
- French Meridian Acupuncture
- Japanese Acupuncture
- Trigger Point Acupuncture
Tri-State College’s other offerings include a 300-hour program in Integrative Medicine, which is for licensed physicians who would like to learn acupuncture.
Tri-State College of Acupuncture also operates a low-cost clinic, which gives students the chance to develop clinical skills, while helping the community.
Admissions requirements vary from one program to another. Those applying to the Integrative Medicine program, for example, need to show proof of medical licensure. Admissions requirements to the Acupuncture program include prerequisite courses in the sciences and at least two years worth of college credits.
Applicants will also need to submit an admissions application, transcripts, an essay of intent and medical records. Prospective students will need to have an interview with an admissions representative as well.
Tri-State College offers loans to eligible students. Eligibility is determined after the applicant submits a FAFSA. Tri-State College also offers tuition payment plans.
100% of students gave Tri-State College of Acupuncture 1 stars overall.
I have to say this was the WORST school I have attended thus far, and I have attended 3 higher level education schools prior to. Educators are not sincere, and are biased.
Tri-State College of Acupuncture
80 Eighth Ave Rm 400
New York, NY 10011
Excellent walkability. You do not need a car for this area.
Excellent transit. This area has plenty of convenient public transportation.
Seasonal average temperatures for New York, NY
- Latino: 2%
- African American: 4%
- Caucasian: 78%
- Asian: 15%
- Unknown and Other: 1%
|Unknown and Other||1%|
This web site and associated pages are not associated with, endorsed by, or sponsored by Tri-State College of Acupuncture (TSCA). CampusExplorer.com has no official or unofficial affiliation with Tri-State College of Acupuncture (TSCA).