Graduation Requirements

Master of Health Science in Clinical Chiropractic Orthopedics

The MHS in Clinical Chiropractic Orthopedics degree is granted to those candidates who have:

  1. Completed the required courses of the Clinical Chiropractic Orthopedics program
  2. Earned at least 70% on written and practical examinations
  3. Completed a thesis manuscript containing a literature review of an approved orthopedic topic using evidence-based research methods and of publishable quality for a peer-reviewed journal
  4. Submitted a complete electronic portfolio containing these documents:
    • At least one case study per course on a patient presenting with either an orthopedic or neurologic problem - compiled in the required format presented by the University
    • At least one reflection paper per course
    • Two papers on topics related to the learner’s selected orthopedic track, one per course, as well as the capstone project
    • One online multimedia presentation on evidence-based orthopedics
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