2023 Programs

(prices subject to change)

At AAMS, we offer a 750 hour program. Click here to view our full catalog. Most information about the school can be found in our catalog. The above link will open in Microsoft Word, making it easy to print or save it to your computer.

Our 2023 day program will begin September 27th, 2023  and our evening classes on February 14th 2024.

Day classes begin September 27th, 2023 Tuesday-Friday, 9:30am – 3:00pm.

Evening classes begin February 14th, 2023 Monday-Thursday, 6:00pm – 11:30pm


Class time:
Day: 9:30 am – 3:00 pm, Tuesday – Friday

Night: 6:00 pm – 11:30 pm, Monday – Thursday
Some special interest classes will be held at slightly different hours,  or weekends. Students will be given at least six weeks’ notice to arrange for these classes.

Tuition and Fees
Application Fee (non-refundable if accepted in program): $100.00
Tuition $9000
Total cost $9100

Cost of Books new (approx): $250.00

Costs After Graduation (Approximate, not included in tuition)

State Exam $200.00

Board Certification Exam $250.00
Initial state license fee: $150.00
Professional liability membership: $100.00 to $265.00
Local business license fees: $100.00 to $125.00

Religious Accommodation: AAMS will make good faith efforts to provide reasonable religious accommodations to students who have sincerely held religious practices or beliefs that conflict with a scheduled course/program requirement. Students requesting a religious accommodation should make the request, in writing, directly to their instructor with as much advance notice as possible. Being absent from class or other educational responsibilities does not excuse students from keeping up with any information shared or expectations set during the missed class. Students are responsible for obtaining materials and information provided during any class missed. The student shall work with the instructor to determine a schedule for making up missed work.

Examples of religious accommodations may include: rescheduling of an exam or giving a make-up exam for the student in question; altering the time of a student’s presentation; allowing extra-credit assignments to substitute for missed class work or arranging for an increased flexibility in assignment due dates; and releasing a graduate assistant from teaching or research responsibilities on a given day.