University description (as per official university website)
hank you for your interest in the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. Our Admissions department is eager to help you in any way we can. We invite you to visit CMCC and ask us any questions. We are very proud of our campus and our students, and welcome all visitors.
Why Choose Chiropractic?
Chiropractic is one of the fastest growing professions in Canada – a rewarding, hands-on career if you are interested in science and health and have the drive and people skills to be an entrepreneur.
Why Choose CMCC?
Because graduates of our rigorous and innovative degree program are among the best trained chiropractors in the world. They are helping people and advancing the profession across Canada and around the globe.
Each year CMCC accepts 192 new students. Candidates require a minimum CGPA of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale based on at least three full years of undergraduate university study, and admission is based on academic assessment and a personal interview. Applications, transcripts, and other requested documentation must be received by October 31.
Tuition and Fees
Estimated tuition and fees for the four year program are $85,000, books and supplies $3,000, and annual living expenses $12,000 (all typical costs for a professional program).
CMCC’s Financial Aid Office assists students in applying for loans and lines of credit, as well as the more than 55 scholarships and bursaries available.
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Our Undergraduate Application is completed online only.
Each year, CMCC accepts up to five qualified applicants for Graduate Studies in Clinical Sciences, Sports Sciences and Radiology. Applicants must be graduates of an accredited chiropractic program and have successfully completed licensing examinations. Applications must be received by mid-November.
Choosing CMCC for a professional education in chiropractic or post graduate work promises challenge and a rewarding future. We are committed to innovation and excellence, and are continuously improving our programs on your behalf. Select below to learn more.
CMCC’s undergraduate program is four years of comprehensive and rigorous training that leads to a Doctor of Chiropractic degree. Learning is focussed through a series of progressive study modules, each of which is dedicated to a specific anatomical region and studied comprehensively.
CMCC provides chiropractors with the opportunity for advanced post-graduate studies in Clinical Sciences, Radiology, and Sports Sciences that can make students eligible to sit examination for Fellowship status with the respective speciality colleges.
CMCC provides chiropractors (and others) with easy access to high-calibre programs developed to meet the evolving needs of professional practice. Conferences, seminars, and online or hard copy resources improve knowledge, skills and the quality of patient care.
CMCC hires the best subject matter experts from a wide variety of disciplines. Their teaching methods blend strong theoretical knowledge with ample hands-on experience. Most of the chiropractors on staff maintain an active independent practice, drawing on patient management to inform their lectures and labs.