Baccalaureate degree required to be licensed as a chiropractor.
be amended to read as follows:
eligible for examination who is a high school graduate and who
has satisfactorily completed two years of preprofessional study in a liberal arts or science course
at any college or university approved by the Board of Examiners and who is a graduate of a
chiropractic school approved by the Board of Examiners or will be a graduate of a chiropractic
school approved by the Board of Examiners within ninety days after taking the examination. Such
chiropractic school shall require at a minimum for graduation a period of actual attendance
equivalent to the standard four-year course, teaching adequate courses in the basic sciences and
all subjects pertaining to the practice of chiropractic.
The minimum requirements for licensure of
any person graduating on or after January 1, 2011 shall be a baccalaureate degree in addition to a
doctor of chiropractic degree. The baccalaureate degree may be granted by an accredited
undergraduate program or by a chiropractic college or university that can offer a dual degree.