Admissions Requirements

  

Program Prerequisites


  • Bachelor’s degree earned or a minimum of 90 credits completed
  • Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher within the best 90 credits
  • Minimum of 24 credits in the physical/ life sciences, with a C or better (half of which must contain labs)
  • Recommended coursework in the following areas:
    • Biology/Anatomy and Physiology
    • General Chemistry
    • Organic Chemistry
    • Physics

Required Materials


  • Application and non-refundable application fee
  • Official transcripts from all schools attended
  • Three recommendation letters
    • Letters must come from employers, professors or professional associates with at least one from a health care provider
  • Personal statement
    • In 250–500 words, detail why you are seeking this degree, how you expect to apply your degree to your professional career after graduation and why you seek to pursue your degree through the University of Bridgeport

 

International Applicants



Please consult the International Admissions requirements page here, or for specific queries, contact your admissions counselor here.
 

 

Deadlines


Completed application and all supporting materials must be received by:

  • July 15th for the fall semester

  • December 1st for the spring semester

Scholarship Opportunity


In 2011, the University of Bridgeport School of Chiropractic initiated the Dr. Rose Galiger Chiropractic Scholarship, which is designed to allow prospective students an opportunity for merit scholarship funds to support their chiropractic education.

“I am exceptionally proud to have been a faculty member at the University of Bridgeport School of Chiropractic since its inception in 1991. The small classes and dedicated faculty in the basic sciences, clinical sciences, and clinical services provide the optimal environment for individual attention and encouragement as well as personal growth as a health care professional. The goal of the School is to produce the best and most up to date chiropractic physicians who will continue in their quest to become life-long learners dedicated to the care of their patients.”

Rose Bucsi Galiger Ph. D, Professor Emeritus

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