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How many years does a chiropractor go to school?

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Degree programs at an accredited chiropractor college require 4 years of study. Before entering a chiropractor college program, the student may be required to have completed an undergraduate degree.

Chiropractor college programs require a student to have a minimum of 2 years of education at the undergraduate level. Most programs require the applicant to have an associates or bachelor's degree from an accredited university. An undergraduate degree that includes coursework in basic sciences is recommended.

Once a student enters a chiropractor degree program, the student will be required to complete an additional 4 years of study. Coursework in chiropractor degree programs includes anatomy, physiology, pathology, biochemistry, neurology and other basic sciences. Students are also required to complete an internship at a chiropractic clinic.


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