Bachelor of Science in Human Biology Completion

The Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Human Biology Degree Completion Program allows students to complete the course requirements for a bachelor’s degree. Students may either choose to complete a bachelor’s degree or earn a second bachelor’s degree.

Who can apply:

Students may apply for the Bachelor of Science (B.S.) Degree Completion Program at any time if they are a prospective student in the application process for the Chiropractic program or currently enrolled in the College of Chiropractic. Please contact the Office of Admissions for more information.


Benefits of the B.S. in Human Biology Degree Completion Program:

  • Develop your professional skills – including effective oral and written communications.
  • Strengthen your understanding of the philosophical foundations for the scientific method, healthcare ethics and healthcare research.
  • Improve your professional credentials – including enhancing your credibility as an expert witness in court cases.
  • Expand your choices for chiropractic licensure – many states require a bachelor’s degree for chiropractic licensure. For more information, contact the Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards.
  • Increase your chances to be included in managed care networks – some managed care organizations show a preference for chiropractors with a bachelor’s degree.
  • Expand your career options beyond clinical practice and be able to pursue other degree programs and professions, including teaching and research. Many master’s degree and Ph.D. programs require a bachelor’s degree as an entrance requirement.

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Financial aid
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