Pre-Chiropractic Course Requirements
The Middlesex County College Chemistry-Transfer A.S degree program makes a wonderful match to Palmer College of Chiropractic's pre-chiropractic program. By taking the MCC Chemistry program and adding just 2 extra courses (BIO 111+112), the student will satisfy Palmer's requirements as well as realize a substantial financial savings!.
PALMER COLLEGE OF CHIROPRACTIC AND MIDDLESEX COUNTY COLLEGE PRE-CHIROPRACTIC CURRICULUM
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Listed below is the recommended course of study to meet the prerequisite requirements needed to enter Palmer College of Chiropractic. Overall, 90 semester hours are required. All prerequisite courses listed below must be completed with a grade “C” or better. The minimum prerequisite and cumulative grade point average for entrance to Palmer College is 2.50 on a 4.0 grading scale.
Other course selections may be acceptable; however, please check with the admissions office before registering for classes other than those listed.
BIO 111 Human Anatomy and Physiology I 4
BIO 112 Human Anatomy and Physiology II 4
CHM 117 Chemistry I 4
CHM 118 Chemistry II 4
CHM 123 General Chemistry I 4
CHM 124 General Chemistry II 4
CHM 223 Organic Chemistry I 4
CHM 224 Organic Chemistry II 4
PHY 115 College Physics I 4
PHY 116 College Physics II 4
PHY 121 General Physics I 4
PHY 122 General Physics II 4
COMMUNICATION /WRITING/SPEECH (6 semester hours or more)
Literature courses are not recommended.
PSYCHOLOGY (3 semester hours or more)
Any college level course listed under the psychology department.
SOCIAL SCIENCES AND/OR HUMANITIES (15 semester hours or more)
The Social Science and Humanities Departments include course offerings in the following fields.
(Note: This list does not include math, science, business, computer or engineering courses)
Anthropology Classics Communications
Criminal Justice Economics Education
English Fine Arts Foreign Languages
Government History Psychology
Philosophy Political Science
THIS PROGRAM IS SUBJECT TO REVISION DUE TO ADDITIONS AND/OR DELETIONS IN THE COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY BULLETIN.