Welcome to South Baylo University!
Thirty nine years ago, Dr. David J. Park founded South Baylo University. Our philosophy remains the same today as it was decades ago. We strive to instill three principal virtues: Value, Peace, and Professionalism.
South Baylo University is one of the oldest acupuncture educational institutions in the United States. You can feel the excitement of learning while you obtain a high quality education in Acupuncture, Herbology, and Oriental Medicine.
As a leader in Acupuncture and Oriental Medical education, South Baylo University pursues its mission in a student-centered environment driven to deliver an excellent education. South Baylo University harbors a strong commitment to patient care. Our love of technology means that our students benefit from the latest diagnostic and treatment techniques across the medical spectrum. Our faculty, students, and staff work together to advance knowledge of both Eastern and Western science. We are raising the bar for the next generation of doctors so that they in turn will improve the quality of education their successors attain. We seek to spur a virtuous cycle of learning and teaching that will endure for years to come.
As one of the finest and largest Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine schools in the nation, South Baylo University strives to offer you a challenging instructional program in your choice of three languages Chinese, English, and Korean.
Through its Research Center, South Baylo University attempts to discover more effective therapeutic methods and build on the ancient scientific foundations of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. South Baylo University supports faculty and students in their research endeavors, and ensures the integrity of its research through strict adherence to the highest ethical standards.
I sincerely hope you sense the true essence of South Baylo University through this website. We are a progressive university of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine where experienced, caring faculty and staff are dedicated to teaching, student learning and high achievement.
Jason Shin, President