The doctor of chiropractic program (DC) is a rigorous 12 academic-quarter, first-professional doctorate program that can be completed in three-four years.
Graduates of the chiropractic program are primary care chiropractic physicians that have demonstrated mastery of the program’s competencies, all of which support and underpin knowledge, skills, critical thinking and professionalism expected of competent, caring chiropractic physicians.
Through demonstration of the program’s competencies and abilities, the graduate chiropractic physician from the DC program is prepared to positively impact their patients, communities and chiropractic profession.
The program focuses on legitimate, mainstream evidence in the exploration of evaluation and care of patients and their needs. While at UWS, students learn, critique and master the complexities and intricacies of treating the whole human being. The faculty instruct, mentor and guide students through the process of transforming into a physician—in thought and deed.