University of East-West Medicine

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University of East-West Medicine offers a solid education in Traditional Chinese Medicine with classes taught by highly experienced and knowledgeable instructors who believe in what they teach and enthusiastically assist students in learning. UEWM has affordable tuition and a license pass rate of around 80%, which is very competitive with all the colleges that qualify for the examination. Usually, UEWM is in the top three to five universities in the state. They offers daytime, evening, weekday and weekend classes to give students a more flexible study schedule. UEWM is conveniently located near downtown Sunnyvale California, the heart of Silicon Valley, on public bus and Cal Train lines, and can be reached easily from highways 101, 85, 237 and 280.

Accreditation, Tuition & Admissions

Accreditation and Approvals

University of East-West Medicine has received specialized accreditation from the Accreditation Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (ACAOM).



Master Of Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine (MSTCM): Applicants must have completed at least two years of baccalaureate-level education, comprising 60 semester units (90 quarter units), at an institution by the U.S. Secretary of Education or the equivalent at a foreign university in order to qualify for admission to Master of Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine degree program.

MSTCM Statistics

Doctorate Of Acupuncture And Oriental Medicine (DAOM): Admission to the DAOM Program requires a minimum of all of the following: a Masters degree in Acupuncture AND Oriental Medicine from any recognized institute of higher education by ACAOM; a current CPR certificate; a valid state license to perform Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine; a letter of recommendation from an academic advisor; a letter of recommendation from a recognized instructor in Traditional Chinese Medicine.

DAOM Statistics

Master of Science in Tai Chi: Admission to the Master's Program requires the following: a bachelor's degree or equivalent from an accredited US college or university of higher education, an ability to perform the short-form of any Tai Chi style, a letter of recommendation from an academic advisor, and a letter of recommendation from a recognized instructor in Oriental Martial Arts.

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