The New York College of Traditional Chinese Medicine is a school of the eastern medical arts on Long Island. NYCTCM offers a 3-year master’s degree program in Acupuncture and a 4-year program in Oriental Medicine with a concentration in Chinese Herbology. All students are enrolled in internships to provide acupuncture and Chinese healing arts services for the public at the NYCTCM Teaching Clinic. The majority of NYCTCM faculty draw expertise from training in China and all teachers have a clinical background.
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