Chiropractic schools train students in the structure and foundation of the human body. The University of Rio Grande has a 3 + 3 matriculation agreement with Logan University in Chesterfield, MO. More information on this agreement can be found on the Logan University website. Many Chiropractic schools only require a minimum number of credit hours for admission, but a Bachelor's degree will better prepare a student for the Chiropractic school curriculum.
Courses for Chiropractic School Preparation
Chiropractic schools vary widely on the course requirements for admission. A variety of commonly required and recommended courses have been compiled for student reference. Provided the necessary required courses for admission are fulfilled, any Bachelor's program would be an acceptable choice. Two choices that include most of the required courses for admission to Chiropractic school are the Bachelor of Science in Biology and the Bachelor of Science in Chemistry. (If majoring in Biology, a Chemistry minor should be strongly considered. If majoring in Chemistry, a Biology minor should be strongly considered.) To be certain that all required courses are completed in a timely fashion, a recommended schedule of courses has also been provided. Interested students should still consult the desired Chiropractic school(s) for specific course requirements. See our Chiropractic School Preparation Checklist.
Chiropractic School Admissions Test
There is no standardized exam that is generally required for admission to Chiropractic school. Interested students should still consult the desired Chiropractic school(s) for specific admissions requirements.
Application for Chiropractic School Admission
There is no centralized application service for application to Chiropractic schools. Interested students should consult the desired Chiropractic school(s) for specific application requirements.