Chiropractic School in North Carolina - NC
By Eric Toupin, allied health world contributing writer
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Chiropractic school in North Carolina takes about four years to complete after a Bachelor's or similar degree has already been attained. While the total amount of university time will often end up somewhere between eight and nine years, a career in North Carolina's secure, well paid and growing chiropractic sector is well worth the preparation. North Carolina has a reputation for the provision of robust, diverse health care options. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Charlotte, North Carolina is the fifth highest employment location for chiropractors nationwide.
With only sixteen chiropractic programs accredited by the Council for Chiropractic Education being offered in the United States, acquiring sufficient education and proper licensing to work as a chiropractor in North Carolina takes perseverance. When it comes to fulfilling necessary prerequisites of chiropractic school; however, the state offers everything necessary to succeed.
North Carolina boasts seventy accredited four year schools, a number that exceeds the national average by nearly 50% according to the National Center for Education Statistics. With online options available and the vast majority of theses schools offering programs in health with special focuses on anatomy, pathology, public health and other fields conducive to a complete chiropractic education, students will find North Carolina is a great place to begin their career.
Chiropractic Schools in North carolina
- Newport News
- Physical Therapist Assisting - Associate
- Virginia Beach
- Physical Therapist Assistant (AS)
As a student at South University, you will have the opportunity to learn from accomplished faculty members who have real-world experience in the subjects that they teach. Our small class sizes allow you to receive personalized attention from instructors, and the encouragement to recognize your goals for the future and the means to achieve them.