AIMC Berkeley accepts applications on an ongoing basis. There are three starts each year for our programs: Fall (September), Spring (January), Summer (May).
Below are our trimester start dates and priority deadline application dates but any degree-seeking student can apply as late as the start of the trimester. For non-degree seekers, applications and class registration must be finalized by the late application deadline.
Summer 2020: May 4, 2020
Fall 2020: August 31, 2020
May 9, 2020
Summer 2020: March 4, 2020
Fall 2020: June 31, 2020
March 4, 2020
Summer 2020: April 4, 2020
Fall 2020: July 31, 2020
April 4, 2020
We encourage early applications to allow time for a review of transcripts, qualify you for financial aid, and conduct transfer credit evaluations. You will also be invited for an admissions interview. Transfer students are strongly encouraged to apply by the priority date, to allow for qualifying exams and clinic registration. Degree-seeking students may apply past the Priority Date as long as you submit all the materials one week before the start of the trimester.
Any questions, please contact our Admissions Department, email@example.com.
Learn about acupuncture and integrative medicine by joining our online information session. Due to the current COVID-19 shelter in place guidelines, our usual Open House events will now be hosted as a webinar.
During the session, we will give a comprehensive overview of our Masters and Doctorate programs in Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine; including curriculum, schedules, tuition, and financial aid.
For attendees who plan to apply to our programs for the Summer 2020 term, the application fee of $100 will be waived.
Summer term begins on May 4th.
Applicants for Master’s program must have:
Applicants for Dual Degree and Doctoral Completion programs must have:
Once we receive all your items, Admissions will contact you to schedule an online interview. Online interviews are preferred but a phone interview may be available if you do not have access to an internet connection. You may check on the status of your application by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling (510)-224-3178.
Approximately 15% of current AIMC Berkeley students are transfer students. Transfer students come to us for a variety of reasons. They may be relocating or want to change schools. What they share is a passion for acupuncture and integrative medicine and a determination to succeed. Please call the Admissions department (510)-224-3178 today if you are considering coming to us from another program. We can give you a preliminary evaluation of where you are with your acupuncture education and what transferring into our program might look like for you. We’re happy to help you make the transition as easy as possible!
Summer 2020: Part 1 and Part 2 Application submitted by March 2, 2020
A transfer student may apply past the Priority Date as long as they have all the application materials in before the start of the trimester. Official transfer credit evaluations are provided once a student applies. The transfer evaluation fee is $100.
Non-degree seekers are students from the C.A.B. tutorial program or are enrolled at other acupuncture schools. Non-matriculating students are limited to taking up to 12 units as non-degree seekers at AIMC before being required to apply for transfer into our program. No exceptions. AIMC reserves the right to refuse admission to any non-degree seeker. Non-degree seekers are subject to a higher rate per credit hour than matriculating students, which can change at any time. Pre-requisites will be evaluated only after the application is complete. No exceptions. Application and registration must be completed in full by the late application deadline. No exceptions.
AIMC Berkeley welcomes all international applicants to our diverse community of student healers. To apply to the program, international applicants must complete all of the regular entry admissions requirements.
"One of my favorite things about AIMC is the sense of community. We come together to support each other through challenges. Instead of a sense of competitiveness between students, there is a caring community that lifts everybody up. The faculty and staff are approachable and provide wonderful support during your graduate journey."- Master’s Student