The Postgraduate Essentials in Animal Chiropractic Course is designed as continuing education for chiropractors and veterinarians. The curriculum meets the standard of education put forth by the American Veterinary Chiropractic Association (AVCA) and the International Veterinary Chiropractic Association (IVCA). Its purpose is to provide exceptional education in Animal Chiropractic to ensure that its graduates can practice with the highest Standard of Care.
The course modules will begin Wednesdays at 8:00pm and end Sunday at noon, so when planning flights home, plan for 3:00pm or later departure on Sunday’s. The course consists of classroom and home study. Classroom study consists of a minimum of 210 hours of lecture and laboratory. Classroom instruction is offered in a modular format, consisting of five modules, with each module consisting of four and a half days beginning at 8:00am CST on Wednesday and ending on Sunday at noon. The modules must be taken in the designated order and completed within two years.
Home study is required with the average student spending at least eight to ten hours to complete home assignments after each module. All class and home study progress in monitored by written and practical examinations.
For more information, see the Essentials in Animal Chiropractic Course Curriculum