Acupuncture & Massage is a for-profit college located in Kendall, Florida in the Miami Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 31 undergraduate students. The Acupuncture & Massage acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Massage Therapy and Bodywork and Alternative Medical Systems and Holistic Health. Graduating 78% of students, Acupuncture & Massage alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $26,100.
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Very friendly staff. Knowledgeable teachers and the schedule is incredibly flexible. I love this school
There's a lot of cheating going on, and everyone knows it, but the administration will deny it.
The course is set, there's not a whole lot of variation (the only variation in the courses is if you've had one of them and the credits are accepted), otherwise everyone takes the same classes. There's only one major offered-- it's a specialty school. Registration involves signing a piece of paper agreeing to the classes and choosing a clinic day.