You, becoming a doctor

Our intensive, 10-trimester (three years and four months) Doctor of Chiropractic program equips you to pursue a career as an associate with an established chiropractor, to open a solo chiropractic practice or to find your perfect form in a range of new and interesting clinical settings and partnerships.

Complementary approaches, one goal

In addition to a premier Doctor of Chiropractic program, we offer diverse, yet integrated multi-disciplinary degrees in Acupuncture, Oriental Medicine, Applied Clinical Nutrition and Human Anatomy & Physiology Instruction. You build a curriculum that positions you to step into a meaningful role in a changing, more collaborative healthcare model.

Dual Degree Opportunities

Many students choose to pair the Doctor of Chiropractic degree with one of the complementary academic and clinical programs (M.S./D.C.) in Acupuncture, Human Anatomy and Physiology Instruction, or Applied Clinical Nutrition and Chiropractic.

Evidence based, technique focused

Our graduates learn the basic science and evidence-based protocols behind chiropractic, acupuncture, and nutrition. Only then can you provide what more and more Americans seek -- drug-free, surgery-free alternatives to pain relief, improved function and better overall health.

You, teaching college/university level anatomy and physiology

Our online M.S. in Human Anatomy and Physiology Instruction Program serves a different healthcare need -- meeting the demand for qualified anatomy and physiology instructors. We draw upon NYCC's deep pool of faculty expertise to give working professionals with strong graduate level knowledge of anatomy and physiology state-of-the-art instructional skills.

“Perfection is not attainable, but if we chase perfection, we can catch excellence.”
Vince Lombardi