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strong academic background is important, since the ability to search,
read, synthesize and explicate the scientific literature and to develop
high-quality research proposals are central to undertake and be
successful in research. Because the degree is focused on
patient-oriented research all applicants must have appropriate
credentials and a strong background in health care, such as a D.C.
A demonstrated potential for
development into an independent clinical researcher and a commitment to a
career in patient-oriented chiropractic research are important criteria
for a successful applicant.
All applicants applying for graduate study must hold at least:
- A bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution
- A professional degree from an accredited health professions institution
- A minimum overall grade point average of 3.00 on a 4.00 scale