In order to qualify as a chiropractor, you will complete an integrated master’s programme, commonly known as a Master of Chiropractic degree (MChiro). Upon completion of the programme, you will become a fully qualified chiropractor eligible to register with the General Chiropractic Council. This course is ran and delivered by our partner the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic.
The AECC’s MChiro programme:
Combines practical and theoretical learning Is a gateway to a career in chiropractic Will be accredited by the General Chiropractic Council and the European Council on Chiropractic Education
If you have a strong interest in healthcare and medicine and wish to embark upon a flexible and rewarding career, this could be the programme for you.
Year 0 entry, 260 tariff points from three A-levels in any subject (not including General Studies). BTEC National Diploma (NQF) of DD - offers will be subject and grade specific. Access course offers will be subject and grade specific, particularly in Science.Year 1 entry: 320 Tariff points from three A-levels in specified subjects. Biology or Human Biology, and at least one subject preferably from the following list: Chemistry, Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Physics, Physical Education, Psychology, and Statistics.This course does not accept A-level General Studies.
Recipient: Bournemouth University
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