Tuitions and Fees – Traditional Chinese Medicine

Enroll the 4-year TCM Double-Major
Graduate Receives Both Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine Diploma

Tuition and Fees

The following costs are effective from the 2024-2025 academic year. They are an estimate of tuition and fees based on the recommended course load per year.

  • Domestic students
YearNo. of 0-3 Credits Courses ($690 each)No. of 4-6 Credits Courses ($1,370 each)Domestic Students Tuition Fees
148$13,720
258$14,410
393$10,320
462$6,880
Total Tuition for TCM Program$45,330

Application Fee
A $100.00 non-refundable application fee is due when submitting the application form.

Tuition Deposit
A $400.00 tuition deposit is due within 14 days after receiving the notification of acceptance.

  • International students
YearNo. of 0-3 Credits Courses ($880 each)No. of 4-6 Credits Courses ($1,780 each)Domestic Students Tuition Fees
148$17,760
258$18,640
393$13,260
462$8,840
Total Tuition for TCM Program$58,500

Application Fee
A $500.00 non-refundable application fee is due when submitting the application form.

Tuition Deposit
Tuition for the Year 1 Semester 1 is due within 14 days after receiving the notification of acceptance.

Textbooks and Supplies
The cost for course materials, textbooks and supplies ranges from $10 – $250 per course. A full-time student may expect to pay $900 – $1500 in textbooks and optional materials per academic year.

Financial Assistance
Available for the first 3-year acupuncture related education through Alberta and Canada Student Aid. Students wishing to obtain financial aid may discuss their student loan status with our administration office.

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