No. 87: Get a Degree at New York College

Enroll in this college to receive an Associate's, Bachelor's, or Master's degree in holistic health care.

In our weekly countdown we are shining a spotlight on on Jericho Turnpike by Underhill Boulevard. 

This 70,ooo square foot building with three levels offers various holistic health care programs to complete an accredited college degree. Celebrating its 30th year, the school originally located in Manhasset moved to the Syosset area 15 years ago.  

Their mission statement is clear: they are committed to offering quality programs and educating students to enable them to become experts in their fields while providing clinical and pharmacological services to the community.

New York State Education Department has authorized this college to award degrees in the following programs: Massage Therapy, Asian Bodywork, Acupuncture, Oriental Medicine, and Holistic Nursing. 

Offering unique opportunities, this school is perfect for individuals who want to change career paths that focus on wellness and alternative techniques. In some cases, depending upon credit transfers, within 16 months one can become a fully licensed massage therapist upon passing the state exam. 

On the eastern entrance of the school you will find New York College Teaching Clinic where more than 30,000 patients walk through the door annually to receive affordable varieties of health options, performed by student interns, such as massage treatments, acupuncture, reflexology, and herbal consultations all supervised by faculty professionals. For example, a 50-minute Swedish massage by an intern would cost $35, whereas normally the price at a spa could be double or triple that. Senior discounts are offered, too. 

New York College also provides physical arts continuing education. For 15 weeks at two hours per session, you can take T'ai Chi, Qi Gong, and Hatha Yoga.  Certification programs are available as well.

Address:  6801 Jericho Turnpike, Syosset

Phone:  800-922-7337


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