Bachelor of Science Curriculum
The B.S. degree curriculum includes courses in natural/physical sciences, business, communications, psychology, social sciences, and humanities. These studies complement the Doctor of Chiropractic program curriculum. We offer B.S. program courses at convenient times to accommodate students who obtain both degrees simultaneously.
Here is how this completion degree works:
- You will earn 120 total credit hours for the B.S. degree through a combination of credits earned here and transfer credits from other accredited institutions.
- Of the 120 credit hours:
- 30 credit hours are earned from the D.C. program. We apply these to the B.S. degree.
- 30 credit hours must be 300/400 (junior/senior) level courses.
- 60 credit hours maximum may be 100/200 (freshman/sophomore) level courses.
Required Doctor of Chiropractic Curriculum for Bachelor of Science Degree
|Course ||Title of Course ||Credit Hours |
|ANAT51203||Gross Anatomy I||4|
|ANAT52205 ||Gross Anatomy II||4|
|ANAT61209 ||Organ Histology||2|
|PHCH51333 ||Cellular Physiology||3|
|PHCH52306 ||Biochemistry II||3|
|TOTAL ||30 |