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Pre-Chiropractic College Requirements


All candidates must furnish proof of having acquired two years of 60 acceptable hours leading to a baccalaureate degree in the arts and sciences. The preprofessional education which has been acquired must have an average of 2.25 on a 4.0 scale, with no less than a "C" grade in courses with laboratory in biology, chemistry, and physics. No more than 20 semester hours of a candidate's preprofessional education (in courses other than the natural, biological and physical sciences) can have been acquired through CLEP exam or through challenging courses. Matriculants must present a minimum of:

English or Communicative Skills - 1 Academic Year (not less than 6 semester hours)

Psychology - 1/2 Academic Year (not less than 3 semester hours)

Social Sciences or Humanities - 1/2 Academic Year (not less than 3 semester hours)

Biological Science (with related laboratory) - 1 Academic Year (not less than 6 semester hours)

General or Inorganic Chemistry (with related laboratory) - 1 Academic Year (not less than 6 semester hours)

Organic Chemistry (with related laboratory) - 1 Academic Year (not less than 6 semester hours)

Physics (with related laboratory) - 1 Academic Year (not less than 6 semester hours)

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