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How long does it take to complete the Master of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine program?
How many MAOM program students enrolled in Fall 2018?
What are the statistics on gender and ethnicity for Daoist Traditions’ students?
Please see the College Navigator Website for the most updated statistics about our college.
What is the estimated total program cost?
|Books & supplies||$1,140/year|
|Estimated Annual Total||$21,328.00|
|Estimated 4-Year Total||$85,312.00*|
*Based on 2019-20 tuition rate and not including incremental increases in costs.
What was the full school Retention Rate between Fall 2018 and Fall 2019, not including graduated students?
What was the 2018-19 MAOM Graduation Rate?
100% of fourth-year students were eligible for graduation during the 2018-19 academic year and all graduated.
What percentage of 2018-2019 graduates completed the Master’s program within the normal time frame of 4 years?
What percentage of students pass the NCCAOM Certification Exams on their first try?
Acupuncture licenses are regulated by individual states. Many states, including North Carolina, use the NCCAOM Certification Exams as a requirement for licensure. There are 4 separate sections of the NCCAOM exams and the pass rates for students vary on each section. Some states do not require all sections to be taken for licensure. Please see the below chart for a comparison of Daoist Traditions’ students’ pass rates for first time test takers compared with the national average.
|Pass Rate for First Time Test Takers: 2016 – 1st half of 2019|
|Daoist Traditions||National Average|
|Foundations of CM||
What percentage of alumni work in the Chinese medicine profession?*
2016 graduates: 90%
2017 graduates: 90%
2018 graduates: 91%
*Graduate data is gathered through alumni surveys and online research.
How do I find out more about this career and average incomes in this field?
For more information about a career in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, visit the O*NET Website sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor. This website lists most occupational fields and includes information about income for each field. Each occupation is classified with an occupational code. The Standard Occupational Code (SOC) for the career is 29-1199.01 (Acupuncturists) and the Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) code for this program is 51.3301 (Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine).
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