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ADMISSION PHILOSOPHY
The university admits students of any race, color, creed, and sex, regardless of national or ethnic origin or physical handicap.

Admission decisions are based upon both objective and subjective criteria. For applications to degree programs, the applicants' previous academic record is an important predictor of their ability to succeed at thestudy level. Previous work experience in the selected field of study may also be taken into consideration. Personal and/or professional letters of recommendation are included in the admission process for entrance into the master program. Finally, a personal interview with a college administrator is required of all applicants.

For diploma & training programs, applicants are more evaluated ontheir true interests and understanding of the goal of the programs they wish to enroll.
APPLICATION PROCEDURES |
Students must contact the institution and obtain an application packet. The packet will contain the required application and forms needed for submission. The requirements for admission to each program is listed below: |
Degree Program Admissions Requirements |
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I. Masterof Science in Oriental Medicine (MSOM) Program |
Students desiring admission to the MSOM programs must meet the following requirements: |
| 1. | Have completed at least 90 quarter or 60 semester units of undergraduate course works from an approved or accredited institution, or an equivalent foreign academic institution. The undergraduate course works completed should have a cumulative g.p.a.of at least 2.50. |
| 2. | Submission of an application and application fee. |
| 3. | Submission of two letters of recommendation. |
| 4. | Submission of a statement or essay detailing why they wish to pursue the educational program. |
| 5. | Applicants whose native language is not English must satisfy either of the following options: |
a) | submit a TOEFL score of 450 |
b) |submit evidence (official transcripts) of having taken at least 2 years of education in a program where English was the language of instruction |
c) | submit a proof of concurrent enrollment in an ESL program to improve English competency level and pass TOEFL with a minimum score of 450 before beginning clinical training experience. |
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II. Master of Business Administration |
| Studentsdesiring admission to the Master's programs must meet the following requirements: |
| 1. | Applicants must submit a copy of the bachelor degree diploma related to the business area from a recognized school. Students whose bachelor degree are non-business related must submit proof of undergraduate introductory courses completed in business management, economics, accounting and businessstatistics, each with at least 3 semester or equivalent units and a minimal grade of C or above. |
| 2. | Applicants must have a cumulative g.p.a. of at least 2.50 in their undergraduate course work completed. Official transcript(s) for all undergraduate course works must be sent directly from the corresponding undergraduate institution(s) to Kingston University Admission Office. |
| 3. | Submissionof an application and application fee. |
| 4. | Submission of two letters of recommendation. |
| 5. | Submission of a statement or essay detailing why they wish to pursue the educational program. |
| 6. | Applicants whose native language is not English must satisfy either of the following options: a) | submit a TOEFL score of at least 450 |
b) | submit evidence of having taken at least 2years of education in a program where English was the language of instruction |
c) | show that they are enrolling or will enroll in an ESL program to improve English competency skill. Students can register for MBA courses after they achieve adequate proficiency in the English language. |
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Diploma & Training Program Admissions Requirements |
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