Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Chiropractic seeks whole-person care and relies on the body’s natural ability to heal itself. Chiropractors specialise in providing specific adjustments to the spine to correct abnormal function so that the body is able to express its fullest potential. Chiropractors are also trained to recognise conditions that may require concurrent or referred care to other health care providers.
The Bachelor of Chiropractic program can be considered in four parts:1. The base science prerequisite component2. The chiropractic philosophy component3. The chiropractic science component4. The chiropractic art component
Standard entry requirements
This must be at AQF Level 5 (Diploma) or higher, must equal to a total of 120 credits. Prerequisite studies for entry into the Australian Chiropractic College include:• Anatomy and Physiology 30 credits• Biochemistry 15 credits• Microbiology 15 credits• Biophysics 15 credits• Electives 45 credits
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