Embark On Your Journey
A holistic approach to building a career.
You’ve made the decision to pursue a career in the health and wellness field and East West College of Natural Medicine is the ideal place to start or advance that career.
We’ll try to anticipate all of your questions and concerns, but you can always feel free to contact any staff member for help.
EWCNM faculty members come from diverse educational and cultural backgrounds. For example, the core of the Chinese Medicine department is composed of instructors from China. The traditional Chinese acupuncture curriculum is enhanced with courses in Japanese acupuncture, auricular acupuncture, and Korean hand acupuncture. Biomedicine courses are taught by Doctors of Oriental Medicine (DOM/OMD), medical doctors (MD), osteopaths (DO), naturopathic physicians (ND/NMD), chiropractors (DC), and researchers (PhD).
We are well-established in the integrated medical community
The EWCNM’s MSOM program has operated for over 25 years.
1994: Academy of Chinese Healing Arts (ACHA) founded in Florida as Post-Secondary School
1995: ACHA expanded to include another building capable of 3,000 sq. ft. usage
1996: ACHA expanded to include another building adding 2,500 sq. ft. usage to facility
1999: ACHA granted accreditation status by the American Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (ACAOM)
2000: ACHA granted financial aid privileges by the U.S. Department of Education
2001: ACHA Provisional Level I License for College status from the Florida State Commission for Independent Education
2002: ACHA Provisional Level II license for College status from the Florida State Commission for Independent Education
2002: ACHA changed its name to East West College of Natural Medicine (EWCNM) to reflect its College status
2003: EWCNM granted “School of the Year Award” for its contribution to the field. Reaccredited by ACAOM
2006: EWCNM Approved by California Board of Acupuncture and New Mexico Board of Acupuncture
2012: EWCNM was acquired by the American Higher Education Development (AHED) Corporation
2015: EWCNM received institutional accreditation from the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS)
2019: EWCNM received institutional accreditation from the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC)
2019: EWCNM received 5-year reaccreditation by ACAOM (Now ACAHM)
2020: EWCNM was acquired by Acupuncture and Alternative Medicine Clinic LLC
Each of our programs has unique admissions requirements and procedures which can be found on the individual program pages.
Prior to applying for admission, an initial appointment is made with an admissions representative. At this time, the admissions representative discusses the program, career goals, school requirements, placement assistance, and other pertinent data vital to the prospective student's success. Applications are accepted continuously throughout the year, an interview with an admissions representative may be scheduled before or after submission of the application.
Applying for Admission
Complete the application form
Submit the Application fee (Masters of Science in Oriental Medicine)
Submit Personal Essay (Masters of Science in Oriental Medicine)
Attend New Student Orientation
If you have any questions, you may contact us at (800) 883-5528 or firstname.lastname@example.org