Chiropractors complete seven years university-level education
Chiropractic students undergo a rigorous course of study similar to that of other health care professionals. Entrance requirements are also similar. Students are required to complete a minimum of three years of university before they are eligible for admission to study as a chiropractor.
Approximately 90 per cent of students entering the CMCC program have completed a baccalaureate or graduate degree. The CMCC program requires four years of full-time study, including a 12-month internship in the College’s clinics. In Quebec, the UQTR has a five-year program following graduation from CÉGEP.
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