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Tuesday, June 13th, 2017

Macquarie University offers a Bachelor of Chiropractic Science

Did you know that Macquarie University is the oldest university-based chiropractic department in Australia?

Macquarie’s Bachelor of Chiropractic Science offers students the opportunity to attain knowledge and develop a broad range of skills in the health science domain. This three-year, full-time degree program comprises the first stage of training required for professional chiropractic practice and provides students with a strong scientific foundation, leading to comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the structure and function of the human body, the dynamics of biological change and variability, and the exploration of human interaction with the environment in states of both health and disease.

Students study the basic sciences, anatomy, histology, physiology, bio-mechanics, microbiology, pathology, psychology, radio-graphic physics and research methodology, in addition to chiropractic diagnostic and manipulative skills.

By the conclusion of this degree, graduates will be able to demonstrate their ability to apply their knowledge and skills to a broad range of relevant clinical problems, using appropriate communication skills, judgement and problem solving capabilities.

Learning and teaching methods

During this program, you will be exposed to a number of different teaching methods which aim to facilitate your learning. These methods are not identical for each subject (called units), but essentially consist of varying combinations of lectures, practical classes and tutorials, plus set activities which you need to complete in addition to the face to face teaching sessions.
The goal of the Bachelor of Chiropractic Science is to ensure that you complete the degree having attained a set of defined competencies (known at Macquarie University as “Graduate Capabilities”). In order to develop these, every unit you study will utilise a specific combination of teaching methods which are most appropriate for that purpose.

Lectures in this degree largely aim to provide a framework upon which you can build further knowledge and skills. Tutorials usually provide the opportunity to enhance your understanding of specific topics, as well as allowing you to communicate with your peers, share opinions, and develop more complex ways of thinking. Practicals have many functions, depending on the subject area. Essentially, they will require that you apply your knowledge in a practical setting, and complement your thinking with doing.

Anatomical sciences are studied in the three years of the program, incorporating lectures, tutorials and practical sessions. The practical sessions use a variety of resources, including anatomical models, skeletons, X-rays and cadavers. Learning human anatomy by seeing it in three dimensions is highly effective. Having the opportunity to feel anatomical structures on living subjects is another invaluable method used in the teaching of these units.

Macquarie University offers a Bachelor of Chiropractic Science

Find out how you can study chiropractic science (Image: Macquarie University)

Chiropractic science units include lectures and practical classes. Much importance is placed on the latter, as it is here where you will develop your psychomotor skills, preparing you for higher level clinical training in the Master of Chiropractic degree. Macquarie also will provide you with specific times during each session during which you can practice your skills in a safe and supervised environment.

In some subjects, you will have the opportunity to become involved in peer-assisted learning programs, in which students who have recently completed a unit help current students with any problems that they may have in understanding the subject material.

What you do outside the formal classes, such as completing selected readings, completing specific exercises, and researching for assignments, is just as important. It is here that you develop your ability to acquire information from reliable sources, develop organisational and critical thinking skills, allow for self-reflection, and become a responsible learner, an essential requirement for life as a future health professional.

Bachelor of Chiropractic Science

Program: Bachelor of Chiropractic Science
Location: North Ryde, Sydney, New South Wales
Semester intake: February
Duration: 3 years
Application deadline: Rolling admissions. Applications close when the program is filled. Candidates are encouraged to apply as early as possible.

High school diploma with a minimum of 65% average or higher.

Grade 12 Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology and Physics are recommended studies for chiropractic units although introductory units and bridging courses are available for students without this background. Students without Grade 12 Chemistry or Chemistry below Grade 12 will be required to take at least one additional unit at first-year level which will enable them to acquire the above recommended knowledge. Other units taken as part of a degree may require assumed knowledge, prerequisites or recommended studies.

Apply to the Macquarie University Chiropractic School!

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Learn more about the Bachelor of Chiropractic Science at Macquarie University! Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Chiropractic Schools Admissions Officer Krista McVeigh at krista@oztrekk.com.

Tuesday, November 1st, 2016

How are Macquarie Bachelor of Chiropractic Science students assessed?

The Bachelor of Chiropractic Science at Macquarie University is a three-year, full-time degree program, which covers a range of chiropractic diagnostic and manipulative skills on a background of anatomical, physiological and biomedical science studies. It is a prescribed program which provides a strong scientific foundation and includes units in anatomy, physiology, microbiology, histology and pathology.

Assessment in the Bachelor of Chiropractic Science program has a number of purposes. For you, the student, it is fundamentally about helping you with your learning. This includes helping you to learn what is required in each individual subject (unit), but also in the bachelor program as a whole. By successfully completing the various assessment tasks you will have satisfied the requirements of the course.

How are Macquarie Bachelor of Chiropractic Science students assessed?

Study chiropractic science at Macquarie (Image: Macquarie University)

Graduates will have attained a wide variety of skills based on Macquarie’s assessment process. There are two major assessment processes: formative assessment and summative assessment.

Formative assessment aims to improve your learning, determining where you are having problems, and generally how to fix them. Examples of this type of assessment used in the program include quizzes, homework activities, assignments, etc. The assessments in the course serve two functions:

1. they facilitate your learning; and
2. after the successful completion assessments represent evidence that you have learnt the course content.

Summative assessment allows the teaching staff—and ultimately you—to determine if you have achieved the learning outcomes for each unit. It assesses whether learning has taken place. Final written and practical examinations are one type of summative assessment that the chiropractic department uses.

The chiropractic program utilises a wide variety of assessment methodologies. Apart from the usual types such as written assignments, class tests, laboratory reports and final examinations, there is also special attention given to tasks which assess your chiropractic technique. These tasks are distributed throughout each session, with different weighting assigned to them depending on whether they are used for formative or summative purposes. In anatomy, you will be given “spot tests,” which require you to identify structures on bones, models and cadavers.

Feedback is a fundamental part of the assessment process, where you are given information about your performance in your assessment tasks, and highlights topic areas on which you need to improve. It aims to help you achieve the competencies required in your studies. Feedback may be formal or informal, written or oral, individual or group based.

As you progress through the program, assessment tasks require you to demonstrate progressive levels of competency. They are devised so staff can determine how well you can apply your knowledge, analyse clinical scenarios, and demonstrate the acquisition of psycho-motor skills which can be used in the appropriate clinical context in future years.

Bachelor of Chiropractic

The Bachelor of Chiropractic Science is a three-year, full-time degree program, which covers a range of chiropractic diagnostic and manipulative skills on a background of anatomical, physiological and biomedical science studies. It is a prescribed program which provides a strong scientific foundation and includes units in anatomy, physiology, microbiology, histology and pathology.

Program: Bachelor of Chiropractic Science
Location: North Ryde, Sydney, New South Wales
Semester intake: February
Duration: 3 years
Application deadline: Rolling admissions. Candidates are encouraged to apply as early as possible.

Entry requirements: High school diploma with a minimum of 65% average or higher.

Grade 12 Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology and Physics are recommended studies for Chiropractic units although introductory units and bridging courses are available for students without this background. Students without Grade 12 Chemistry or Chemistry below Grade 12 will be required to take at least one additional unit at first-year level which will enable them to acquire the above recommended knowledge. Other units taken as part of a degree may require assumed knowledge, prerequisites or recommended studies.

Apply to the Macquarie University Chiropractic School!

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Find out more about studying chiropractic science at Macquarie University! Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Chiropractic Schools Admissions Officer Krista McVeigh at krista@oztrekk.com.

Monday, August 29th, 2016

Macquarie chiropractic graduate practicing in Canada

Here’s a story from an Australian university graduate who agrees with us wholeheartedly about the value of international study. He is living proof that you can study in Australia, and practice in Canada!

Meet Dr Ryan Coster, a licensed chiropractor working in New Brunswick. Dr Coster chose to pursue his chiropractic degree at Macquarie in New South Wales. His praise of the university, its world-class chiropractic education, and his success of coming back to Canada to practice is encouraging for future students considering studying in Australia. Here is his story:

Macquarie chiropractic graduate practicing in Canada

Macquarie chiropractic graduate Dr Ryan Coster, DC MChir BSc BSBA

When deciding to pursue a career in chiropractic, there were many decisions to be made regarding which university to attend. In the end, I decided to accept an international student position at Macquarie University’s Department of Chiropractic, where I would spend four years attaining a postgraduate chiropractic degree.

The main reason I chose to study at Macquarie University, besides for the amazing international experience, was because studying at a publicly funded university with access to world-class cadaver dissection labs was of utmost importance. I wanted to be trained at the highest possible level regarding anatomy training and coursework. The program was fabulous, staffed with experienced clinicians and knowledgeable professors. Facilities were state-of-the-art and housed new equipment for proper training. The entire experience was extremely positive and I highly recommend the program.

If you intend to return to Canada after graduation, you must write and pass the Canadian Chiropractic Examining Board exams to obtain licensure in any Canadian province to practice chiropractic. My advice is to write Parts A and B as quickly as possible, while still studying as a student, then Part C once returning to Canada. This way avoids unnecessary wait times and procrastination for registration in Canada. Once you pass the board exams, you can then obtain your chiropractic license and insurance in any Canadian province or territory.

At this time, I am now practicing full time in New Brunswick and often find myself reflecting on the positive student experience I had at Macquarie University. Anyone fortunate enough to study at this fabulous institution will not only receive an excellent education, but also an amazing cultural experience of living in Australia.

Macquarie University Chiropractic Degrees

Students wishing to gain qualifications leading to professional registration as a chiropractor in Canada must undertake a recognised program of study of not less than 4,500 hours. Macquarie’s program structure involves completion of the Bachelor of Chiropractic Science and completion of the Master of Chiropractic. Combined, these two degrees taken over five years are equivalent to the Doctor of Chiropractic offered at other institutions. Students undertake 12 months of clinical practice at one of the university’s three chiropractic clinics prior to graduation.

Bachelor of Chiropractic

Program: Bachelor of Chiropractic Science
Location: North Ryde, Sydney, New South Wales
Semester intake: February
Duration: 3 years
Application deadline: Rolling admissions. The sooner you apply the better.

Master of Chiropractic

Program: Master of Chiropractic
Location: North Ryde, Sydney, New South Wales
Semester intake: February
Duration: 2 – 3 years (dependent upon candidate’s background)
Application deadline: Rolling admissions. The sooner you apply the better.

Apply to the Macquarie University Chiropractic School!

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Would you like more information about Macquarie Chiropractic School? Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Chiropractic Schools Admissions Officer Krista McVeigh at krista@oztrekk.com or call toll free in Canada at 1-866-698-7355.

Wednesday, April 27th, 2016

Gaining professional registration as a chiropractor in Canada

Like Canada, few post-secondary institutions in Australia offer chiropractic programs. Macquarie University is the only OzTREKK university that offers a program in this area.

The Master of Chiropractic degree offered at the Macquarie Chiropractic School is comparable to Doctor of Chiropractic programs at chiropractic schools in Canada and in the United States.

Macquarie University Chiropractic School

Study chiropractic science at Macquarie University

Located in Sydney, New South Wales, Macquarie University offers a professional chiropractic program that attracts a number of Canadian students who have completed an undergraduate degree in a related field.

Students wishing to gain qualifications leading to professional registration as a chiropractor in Canada must undertake a recognised program of study of not less than 4,500 hours. Macquarie University’s program structure involves completion of the Bachelor of Chiropractic Science and completion of the Master of Chiropractic. Combined, these two degrees, taken over five years, are equivalent to the Doctor of Chiropractic offered at Canadian institutions. Students undertake 12 months of clinical practice at one of three Macquarie Chiropractic Clinics prior to graduation.

Graduates of the university’s Master of Chiropractic degree are recognized internationally. Canadian students who wish to practice as a chiropractor upon their return to Canada should visit the Canadian Chiropractic Examining Board’s website for accreditation information: http://www.cceb.ca. Graduates will be eligible to write the Board’s licensing exam, which is required in order to be granted a licence to practice in Canada.

Bachelor of Chiropractic

The Bachelor of Chiropractic Science is a three-year, full-time degree program, which covers a range of chiropractic diagnostic and manipulative skills on a background of anatomical, physiological and biomedical science studies. It is a prescribed program which provides a strong scientific foundation and includes units in anatomy, physiology, microbiology, histology and pathology.

Program: Bachelor of Chiropractic Science
Location: North Ryde, Sydney, New South Wales
Semester intake: February
Duration: 3 years
Application deadline: Rolling admissions. Candidates are encouraged to apply as early as possible.

High school diploma with a minimum of 65% average or higher.

Grade 12 Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology and Physics are recommended studies for Chiropractic units although introductory units and bridging courses are available for students without this background. Students without Grade 12 Chemistry or Chemistry below Grade 12 will be required to take at least one additional unit at first-year level which will enable them to acquire the above recommended knowledge. Other units taken as part of a degree may require assumed knowledge, prerequisites or recommended studies.

Apply to the Macquarie University Chiropractic School!

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Find out more about studying chiropractic science at Macquarie! Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Chiropractic Schools Admissions Officer Krista McVeigh at krista@oztrekk.com.

Monday, April 4th, 2016

Why study chiropractic science in Australia?

Macquarie University, located in Sydney Australia, offers students an opportunity to undertake internationally recognised undergraduate and postgraduate studies in chiropractic. As one of the few universities worldwide offering chiropractic education up to PhD level, students can be assured of the highest standard of quality. With exceptional equipment and clinical facilities, internationally recognised staff and a student satisfaction rating second to none, choosing Macquarie is made simple.

Macquarie University Chiropractic School

Study at Macquarie University, Sydney

Deciding to study overseas requires research and planning. There is much to be considered. Macquarie and OzTREKK have simplified the application process! We provide answers to all of your questions, from visa requirements through to registering for practice in your home province.

Students wishing to gain qualifications leading to professional registration as a chiropractor in Canada must undertake a recognised program of study of not less than 4,500 hours. Macquarie’s program structure involves completion of the Bachelor of Chiropractic Science and completion of the Master of Chiropractic. Combined, these two degrees taken over five years are equivalent to the Doctor of Chiropractic offered at other institutions. Students undertake 12 months of clinical practice at one of the university’s three chiropractic clinics prior to graduation. The Canadian Chiropractic Examining Board requires completion of three examinations prior to gaining licensure to practice in Canada. Contact the Canadian Chiropractic Examining Board for examination details. Macquarie graduates arrange to take all examinations on their return to Canada.

Bachelor of Chiropractic

Program: Bachelor of Chiropractic Science
Location: North Ryde, Sydney, New South Wales
Semester intake: February
Duration: 3 years
Application deadline: Rolling admissions. The sooner you apply the better.

Master of Chiropractic

Program: Master of Chiropractic
Location: North Ryde, Sydney, New South Wales
Semester intake: February
Duration: 2 – 3 years (dependent upon candidate’s background)
Application deadline: Rolling admissions. The sooner you apply the better.

Apply to the Macquarie University Chiropractic School!

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Would you like more information about Macquarie Chiropractic School? Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Chiropractic Schools Admissions Officer Krista McVeigh at krista@oztrekk.com or call toll free in Canada at 1-866-698-7355.

Friday, March 11th, 2016

Being a Macquarie Chiropractic student

Macquarie University is the oldest university-based chiropractic department in Australia.

Chiropractic is an important part of complementary medicine that recognises the importance of body structures and how they affect health. Practitioners engage in spinal adjustment and manipulation as well as other measures to treat abnormalities of structure and function, and to assist the natural recuperative powers of the body.

Ever wondered what a typical week looks like a Macquarie Chiropractic student?

Macquarie University Master of Chiropractic

The Master of Chiropractic is a rigorous two-year program that further develops the concepts and techniques introduced in the Bachelor of Chiropractic Science. In conjunction with coursework, students are required to participate in a year-long internship working within one of Macquarie’s chiropractic clinics.

Program: Master of Chiropractic
Location: North Ryde, Sydney, New South Wales
Semester intake: February
Duration: 2 – 3 years (dependent upon candidate’s background)
Application deadline: Rolling admissions. Applications close when the program is filled. The sooner you apply the better.

Apply to the Macquarie University Chiropractic School!

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Learn more about studying at Macquarie Chiropractic School. Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Chiropractic Schools Admissions Officer Krista McVeigh at krista@oztrekk.com.

Monday, February 22nd, 2016

Radiology lab at Macquarie Chiropractic School

The Radiographic Positioning laboratory within the Macquarie University Chiropractic School contains actual X-ray equipment that allows the student to simulate radiographic positioning and image capture without exposing students to ionizing radiation.

 Macquarie Chiropractic School

Study chiropractic science at Macquarie University

Students simulate radiographic procedures both from the patient’s perspective and also from the operator’s perspective on one of four different X-ray machines.

Once they have established competencies in radiographic positioning, Macquarie chiropractic students move into the Outpatient Clinics where, under supervision, they assist in the taking of patient radiographs.

The Radiographic Learning laboratory also provides an X-ray reading library with viewing stations so that students may improve their diagnostic skills and report writing. The laboratory contains more than 1,200 pathological cases that allow students to develop further pattern recognition and problem solving.

All Outpatient’s Clinics are equipped with modern high-frequency X-ray facilities. The X-ray Unit at the Epping Clinic also contains teaching facilities for 15 students at a time to receive practical training in spinal and peripheral radiography as well as darkroom experience.

Bachelor of Chiropractic

Program: Bachelor of Chiropractic Science
Location: North Ryde, Sydney, New South Wales
Semester intake: February
Duration: 3 years
Application deadline: Rolling admissions

Master of Chiropractic

Program: Master of Chiropractic
Location: North Ryde, Sydney, New South Wales
Semester intake: February
Duration: 2 – 3 years (dependent upon candidate’s background)
Application deadline: Rolling admissions

Apply to the Macquarie University Chiropractic School!

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Find out more about studying chiropractic science at Macquarie! Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Chiropractic Schools Admissions Officer Krista McVeigh at krista@oztrekk.com.

Wednesday, January 20th, 2016

Macquarie Department of Chiropractic

In 1990, Macquarie University became the first university to formally conduct professional chiropractic education when a centre for chiropractic was established within the School of Biological Sciences. Department staff are focused on both excellence in chiropractic teaching and developing research interests within the profession. As such, the Macquarie Department of Chiropractic has access to Microbiology Laboratories in the Department of Biological Science as well as Chemistry Laboratories in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Sciences. The department has also acquired laboratories for Higher Degree Research Students in the Animal Laboratories to be utilised for research in spinal studies.

Macquarie Department of Chiropractic

Study chiropractic science at Macquarie University! (Photo credit: FJ Gaylor)

The Macquarie Chiropractic Teaching Clinics play an important role in the teaching and research activities of the chiropractic component of the department. These clinics are also an important part of the department’s community outreach and visibility. Students, staff and the general public are encouraged to utilise these facilities and receive chiropractic care from final-year Master of Chiropractic students.

Currently, the department maintains three chiropractic clinics. These are located at Summer Hill, Eastwood and on campus in the EMC building. These clinics are designed to provide clinical intern training for Master of Chiropractic students.

About the Macquarie Master of Chiropractic

The Master of Chiropractic is a rigorous two-year program that further develops the concepts and techniques introduced in the Bachelor of Chiropractic Science. In conjunction with coursework, students are required to participate in a year-long internship working within one of Macquarie’s chiropractic clinics.

Program: Master of Chiropractic
Location: North Ryde, Sydney, New South Wales
Semester intake: February
Duration: 2 – 3 years (dependent upon candidate’s background)
Application deadline: Rolling admissions. Applications close when the program is filled. The sooner you apply the better.

Apply to the Macquarie University Chiropractic School!

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Learn more about studying at Macquarie University Chiropractic School. Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Chiropractic Schools Admissions Officer Krista McVeigh at krista@oztrekk.com or 1-866-698-7355.

Monday, December 14th, 2015

Chiropractic laboratories at Macquarie University

Chiropractic is one of the largest primary health professions today. Chiropractors recognise the importance of body structures and how they affect our health. They use a range of diagnostic tools including patient interviews, physical examination and X-rays. Using spinal adjustments, manipulation and other physical means, chiropractors aim to improve neuromusculoskeletal function and reduce associated pain.

In 1990, Macquarie University became the first university to formally conduct professional chiropractic education when a Centre for Chiropractic was established within the School of Biological Sciences.

The Macquarie Department of Chiropractic has a commitment to excellence in teaching and research, as well as service to the profession and the community. All members of academic staff are expected to make a contribution to the diverse functions within the department and university. Teaching, administration, community service, clinical supervision and research are fundamental to the department.

Chiropractic Laboratories

The Department of Chiropractic now has state-of-the-art facilities to enable teaching of manual therapy and patient assessment. Purpose built rooms for radiology, orthopaedics, rehabilitation and case management complete the space.

Enhancement to the audiovisual equipment has been made to allow for the recording and presentation of chiropractic and other procedures for presentation during practical class. Remote video playback by students is possible enhancing the learning process. Multiple camera angles and mixed media presentations are used.

Tutorial rooms are large enough to comfortably accommodate the increasing demand for enrolment in the chiropractic program. The ecologically friendly design maximizes use of natural light and minimises energy wastage by use of computer-controlled air conditioning and lighting.

Anatomy Teaching

The department runs introductory anatomy and histology units at Macquarie. They utilise the wet lab facilities at the Macquarie University School of Advanced Medicine where second- and third-year students do further study in anatomy in wet labs with cadavers.

Bachelor of Chiropractic

Program: Bachelor of Chiropractic Science
Location: North Ryde, Sydney, New South Wales
Semester intake: February
Duration: 3 years
Application deadline: Rolling admissions

Master of Chiropractic

Program: Master of Chiropractic
Location: North Ryde, Sydney, New South Wales
Semester intake: February
Duration: 2 – 3 years (dependent upon candidate’s background)
Application deadline: Rolling admissions

Apply to the Macquarie University Chiropractic School!

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Find out more about studying chiropractic science at Macquarie! Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Chiropractic Schools Admissions Officer Jaime Notman at jaime@oztrekk.com or 1-866-698-7355.

Monday, November 30th, 2015

Study chiropractic science at Macquarie University!

In April 2013, Macquarie University alerted its current and future chiropractic students of the proposal to begin discussions with other interested higher education providers about the transfer of its chiropractic teaching by 2015.

Macquarie University Chiropractic School

Study chiropractic science at Macquarie!

After assessment of the Macquarie Department of Chiropractic, and many consultations with key stakeholder groups and interested parties, the university has approved a proposal for the continuation and development of teaching and research in the department.

The proposal outlined potential for greater and more rigorous research into the field, and highlighted the impact that such research could have on chiropractic around the world. In Australia, the chiropractic and osteopathic services market is valued at almost $1 billion annually. By applying evidence-based research practices to the study and curricular development of this field, the department can ensure that Australians experience the best possible care at the hands of highly qualified graduates using the most up-to-date and scientifically sound chiropractic research.

The Macquarie Department of Chiropractic will develop a strong statement of commitment to evidence-based practice that all members of the department and casual staff will be expected to adhere to and actively promote. The statement will build on a similar document published by a number of departments internationally—including in the UK, Switzerland, Denmark, and South Africa—to which the department is already a signatory.

The department has always been distinctive and authoritative in its discipline. With a renewed commitment to academic excellence and investigative rigour, it will inform chiropractic practice nationally and lead professional bodies toward a completely evidence-based approach in the future.

Master of Chiropractic at Macquarie University

The Master of Chiropractic is a rigorous two-year program that further develops the concepts and techniques introduced in the Bachelor of Chiropractic Science. In conjunction with coursework, students are required to participate in a year-long internship working within one of Macquarie’s chiropractic clinics.

Program: Master of Chiropractic
Location: North Ryde, Sydney, New South Wales
Semester intake: February
Duration: 2 – 3 years (dependent upon candidate’s background)
Application deadline: Rolling admissions. Applications close when the program is filled. The sooner you apply the better.

Eligible applicants will have completed at least a three-year undergraduate degree in health or medical science, including the completion of

  • substantial studies in human anatomy (including musculoskeletal, visceral and neuroanatomy); and
  • substantial studies in human physiology.

A minimum GPA required for consideration is 2.50 (out of 4.00). Applicants will be chosen based on their grade point averages from previous studies and completed prerequisites. No work experience is required.

Students without a strong background in human systems may want to consider the pathway program, Bachelor of Chiropractic Science. Combined with the Master of Chiropractic, this will qualify students to practice as a chiropractor in Australia or Canada. The total duration for the Bachelor of Chiropractic Science and Master of Chiropractic is 5 years and includes an internship. For more information about this pathway, please contact Jaime Notman.

Apply to the Macquarie University Chiropractic School!

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For more information about chiropractic degrees, including entry requirements, application deadlines, and tuition fees, please contact OzTREKK’s Australian Chiropractic Schools Admissions Officer Jaime Notman at jaime@oztrekk.com or 1-866-698-7355.