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South Baylo University
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1126 N Brookhurst St
Anaheim, CA 92801
(714) 533-1495

About the college
South Baylo was founded by Dr. David J. Park who used to be a Professor at La Verne University. Then in the spring of 1977, he started South Baylo and it was incorporated into a nonprofit public corporation in the year 1980. It was first started in Los Angeles and was typically two different schools, the school of Acupuncture, and the School of Business Administration. It moved to Garden Grove in 1982 and in the fall of 1994, it moved to its present location of Anaheim, California. They since broke apart and now it is one of the largest and prestigious schools in California for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.
About the Campus
The campus has an on campus hospital and they use state of the art treatments while they have on hands learning. They have a centralized courtyard for relaxing and sharing. They do not provide on campus housing or meals but they are close to many restaurants and they have a list from realtors with housing options for the students to choose from. If you are interested in the career of acupuncture or oriental medicine then South Baylo has an Open House for you to go, visit, and see if this is the university you want to go to and see what they offer their students.
About the courses
Requirements for a masters Degree is 260 Units or 3080 hours of study. You will choose from many sub categories under acupuncture and oriental medicine. You can call and speak to a guidance counselor to help you choose what your schedule will consist of for the profession you have chosen. They will help you apply for financial aid to help you pay for your education. They will walk you through everything.

College Type: 4-year, Private not-for-profit

Offering: Less than one year certificate, Master's degree, Doctor's degree

Campus Setting: City, Large

Campus Housing Available: No

Student Population: 573, 31% undergraduates

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