Sherman College offers the first professional doctor of chiropractic degree (D.C.). Students prepare for chiropractic licensure as fully qualified, primary health care providers who specialize in the area of vertebral subluxation through the achievement of the college’s curriculum and program student learning outcomes. The program is very demanding, including a minimum of 4,956 clock hours in a set course sequence over 14 quarters or three and one-half calendar years. Students learn from our passionate, expert faculty in a hands-on, highly individualized learning environment that makes for extraordinary success among our graduates.
Before enrolling at Sherman, students must have earned a minimum of 90 semester hours, including specific basic sciences courses.
Several undergraduate institutions have pre-chiropractic programs and similar arrangements in place with Sherman, which is designed to facilitate transferring of credits or fast-tracking courses to complete all prerequisite courses.
Nearly 98 percent of Sherman students receive federally funded financial aid and loans to cover their tuition and cost of living expenses.