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Programs at PCU College

PCU College of Holistic Medicine offers several programs in Traditional Chinese Medicine, Spa Therapy, Esthetician and Massage. As the Western world becomes more accepting of holistic healing alternatives, the demand for trained TCM professionals continues to grow. For those interested in entering this lucrative and rewarding industry, the programs at PCU are a perfect place to start. Graduates can either join a Wellness Clinic that has many different practitioners or start your own clinic and be a small business owner.

The TCM programs at PCU College prepare students to write the licensing exams of the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists (CTCMA) of British Columbia, which is the recognized licensing body in the province. The college offers TCM programs in both English and Chinese learning streams which opens the doors to domestic and international students.

Through the years, we've cultivated close relationships with industry experts to ensure our curriculum meets industry demands and that our graduate are equipped with the skills to be successful in their career of choice.

Our class sizes smaller than other colleges to ensure more one-on-one instruction for students thus drastically improving the quality of their education. Our instructors are industry-experienced professionals whose real-world expertise enrich the subject matter and give you insight into the current job market.

Our campus location is located very close to Metrotown Skytrain Station, which makes travel very easy and fast for commuters. We also have paid underground parking.

Our greatest asset is our on-site clinic where you will be able to practice all the theory you have learned and gain essential hands-on experience with your instructor`s supervision and expertise.

For students planning to be lincensed by the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists (CTCMA) in BC, two (2) years of liberal arts and sciences (comprised of not less than 60 credits) in an accredited college or chartered/approved university acceptable to the CTCMA registration committee will be required to write the registration examinations. Please see the CTCMA website here for more information.