A master is a graduate degree that is meant to be completed after finishing a bachelor. Although they may take between one and three years of study, most master's programs may be completed in about two years.
Master Degree in Chiropractic Medicine
7 Results in Chiropractic Medicine
Thanks to the advice of experts in the development of curricula and prominent people of the chiropractic profession, the BCC has prepared a unique program of studies aims to c ... +
The purpose of this curriculum is to give the student a thorough understanding and working knowledge of the structure and function of the human being in both health and diseas ... +
The area of manual therapies is demanding more and more professionals with a great variety of techniques in the manual therapies themselves, so that they can apply the combi ... +
The Master in Chiropractic at the Madrid College of Chiropractic - RCUEMC aims to train graduates in Chiropractic so that they can deepen their knowledge of Chiropractic and i ... +
The McTimoney College of Chiropractic is part of BPP University’s School of Health and the College is managed and operated by BPP University on behalf of the McTimoney Trust. ... +
The Acupuncture program combines well planned academic course work with broad clinical experiences, leading to a Master’s level Acupuncture Certificate.
The practice of paediatrics, regardless of professional discipline, is based on the dictum that children are unique individuals undergoing the process of human development and ... +