A minimum of two academic years (60 semester/90 quarter units) of baccalaureate level coursework from an institution that is accredited by any accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education, or in the case of international students, recognized by the appropriate agency in that country.
Although a bachelors degree is not required for admission, CUSV requires that all applicants must possess an associate degree or prove he/she has acquired 60 semester units or 90 quarter units in each college or university attended.
Prospective applicants who have not satisfied the minimum eligibility requirements are encouraged to complete studies in general education, including courses in English, Mathematics, Social Science, Biological and Physical Sciences, and to concentrate on completing a bachelors degree.
- Completed Application Form
- Non-refundable application fee
- A Type written one-page Statement of Purpose.
- Two letters of recommendation sent directly to CUSV
- Two recent photographs (2” passport photo)
- Copy of passport and ID card
- Transcripts sent from the college(s)/university(ies) you have attended which may apply to your degree or may be transferable towards the Master of Acupuncture with a Chinese herbal medicine specialization program.
Please find the requirement and the checklist here: https://cusv.us/international/
> The application form
> Statement of Purpose
Submit an essay one page in length detailing your desire to become a Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioner. Your Statement of Purpose should include your background, your interest in Traditional Chinese Medicine and your plans after graduation.
> Resume / Curriculum Vitae
Send either a resume or curriculum vitae with your application. List previous occupations, positions held, previous education, with start and end dates.
> Letters of recommendation
Submit two letters of recommendation with your application.
Submit official transcripts and transcript evaluations from each college or university attended. Transcripts must be sent from the institution directly to the CUSV Office of Admission.
If you have completed college or university level education in another country, you must have your transcripts reviewed by a credential evaluation agency that is a member of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services, Inc. Transcripts need to be evaluated on a course-by-course basis. The evaluation, containing the total number of earned credits and cumulative GPA, needs to be be sent directly to California University-Silicon Valley Admission Office by the evaluating agency. You can find the list of agencies through National Association of Credential Evaluation Services, Inc website: www.naces.org
Foundation for International Services https://www.fis-web.com/
Educational Credential Evaluators https://www.ece.org/ECE/Individuals
The International Consultants of Delaware, Inc. (ICD) http://www.icdeval.com/nccaom/
Send official transcripts and application to:
California University – Silicon Valley
441 De Guigne Drive,
Sunnyvale, CA 94805
When to Apply
CUSV has a “rolling admissions” policy, which allows for the submission of an application at any time. Academic trimesters start in January, May and September and prospective students are encouraged to apply for admission well in advance of their anticipated entrance date.
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