Clinical Sciences Program (Two years)

The Clinical Sciences graduate program trains chiropractic clinical scientists in community and hospital based settings. Knowledge is then applied to the practice and teaching of chiropractic programs and upon completion of the program, graduates often pursue careers in areas of clinical consulting, research, and as scholars capable of participating in a multidisciplinary environment.

The Clinical Sciences curriculum consists of a core curriculum in addition to specialty specific courses, practical placements in community and hospital based environments, working as a teaching assistant at CMCC, and completion of an independent original thesis project and systematic review. 

Further information can be found below:

  1. Coursework
  2. Practica
  3. Teaching
  4. Research

Additional opportunities for students in residency programs

  • Graduate students may work as research assistants under the direction of a faculty researcher. Positions may also be available in a CMCC Research Center. Find further information about the Residency Program Research Assistant Opportunities.
  • Graduate students may work as examiners for HPD and OSCE examination in the department of Undergraduate Education.
  • Graduate students may apply for additional teaching opportunities in the department of Undergraduate Education.

 

 

For further details, please download the current CMCC Academic Calendar (PDF).