How should I prepare for Admission to Chiropractic College?

Articulation Agreements and “3 + 1″ Programs

Sherman College of Chiropractic has articulation agreements in place with the institutions listed below to streamline your undergraduate preparation for chiropractic college. You can save time and money getting your pre-requisites, bachelors degree and doctor of chiropractic degree.

Each state sets its own requirement for obtaining a license to practice chiropractic. For example, some states require a bachelors degree to become licensed. Check the state’s licensing requirements HERE for the state where you plan to practice before you decide how to complete your pre-requisites.

Transfer and Articulation Agreements

Not all states require a bachelor’s degree to be admitted to chiropractic college. You can prepare by earning 90 semester hours at one of these partner institutions.


Harrisburg Area Community College

Harrisburg Area CC

Harrisburg Area Community College
Harrisburg, PA
Mary Fourlas
mlfourla@hacc.edu
717-780-2407


Middlesex County College

Middlesex County College

Middlesex County College
Edison, NJ
Elizabeth B. Pajauis
ebpajauis@ middlesexcc.edu
732-906-2546
Fax: 732-906-4655


Mid Michigan Community College

Mid Michigan Community College

Mid Michigan Community
College

Harrison, MI
Mt. Pleasant, MI
Linda Jensen
Transfer Agreement 
ljensen@midmich.edu
989-386-6622


Palm Beach College

Palm Beach College

Palm Beach State College
Lake Worth, FL
Kathy Gamble,
Academic Coordinator
gamblek@palmbeachstate.edu
561-868-3893


Spartanburg Community College

Spartanburg Community College

Spartanburg Community College
Spartanburg, SC
Dr. Gail Jones
jonesg@sccsc.edu
864-592-4800


Spartanburg Methodist College

Spartanburg Methodist College

Spartanburg Methodist College
Spartanburg, SC
Admissions Office
Admiss@SMCSC.edu
864-587-4213

Fast Track 3 + 1 Agreements

Save a full year. Get your bachelor’s degree and your doctor of chiropractic degree in 6.5 years through our 3 + 1 agreements with these undergraduate institutions.


Bloomfield College

Bloomfield College

Bloomfield
College

Bloomfield, NJ
Carolyn Spies
973-748-9000 ext. 315
Pre-Chiropractic Program


Ferrum College

Ferrum College

Ferrum College
Ferrum, VA
Dr. Katie Goff
kgoff@ferrum.edu
540-365-4468
Pre-professional (Chiropractic) Program


Indiana University of Pennslyvania

Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Indiana, PA
Dr. Larry Kupchella
lkup@iup.edu

Professor of Biology
Pre-professional (Chiropractic) Program


Lipscomb University

Lipscomb University

Lipscomb University
Nashville, TN
Janet Hudson
janet.hudson@lipscomb.edu
615-966-7147
Pre-Chiropractic Program


Middle Tennessee State University

Middle Tennessee State University

Middle Tennessee State University
Mufreesboro, TN
Eric B. Miller
EricB.Miller@mtsu.edu
615-494-8894
Pre-Chiropractic Program


Mount Aloysius College

Mount Aloysius College

Mount Aloysius College
Cresson, PA
Dr. Paul Farcus
pfarcus@mtaloy.edu
814-886-6403
Pre-Chiropractic Program


Pontifica Universidad Católica de Puerto Rico

Pontifica Universidad Católica de Puerto Rico

Pontifica Universidad Católica de Puerto Rico
Ponce, PR
Dr. Juan Acevedo
jacevedo@pucpr.edu
787-841-2000 ext. 162


USC Upstate

USC Upstate

University of South Carolina – Upstate
Spartanburg, SC
Dr. Yancy McDougal
ymcdougal@uscupstate.edu
864-503-5703
Interdisciplinary Studies Program 


Bachelor’s Degree

You can get your pre-requisites at any accredited 4-year institution. The colleges listed below have specific pre-chiropractic programs to help you prepare.


Everglades University

Everglades University

Everglades University
Boca Raton, FL
Orlando, FL
Sarasota, FL
B.S. in Alternative Medicine
888-772-6077


Universidad central de bayamon

Universidad Central de Bayamón

Universidad Central de Bayamón
Bayamón, PR
Rolando Rivera Vega
rorivera@ucb.edu.pr


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