Acceptable Courses in Nutrition
ARTICLE VI: REQUIREMENTS FOR CERTIFICATION EXAMINATION
1. The applicant must hold the degree of Doctor of Chiropractic from a CCE accredited college (USA) or its equivalent.
2. The applicant must show evidence of having successfully completed a post doctoral program in nutrition of three hundred (300) credit hours, part of which may be a Master’s Degree in nutrition, from a chiropractic college, university, institution, foundation or agency whose program is approved by an accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education, or an agency having a reciprocal agreement with the recognized agency. The chiropractic college, organization, institution, foundation, or agency from which the applicant has completed his/her course of study must certify to the Board that the applicant has satisfactorily completed three hundred (300) credit hours of post doctoral instruction in nutrition.
3. The applicant must possess a license or registration to practice chiropractic and be in good standing with the respective licensing/registration agency.
Current 300 hour Nutrition Diplomate Programs
Texas Chiropractic College
Contact: Dr. Paul Jaskoviak
Current Master of Science in Nutrition or Clinical Nutrition Programs
There are several Master Degree programs available that are most appropriate for doctors who want to teach at college level or do actual research. Depending on the structure of the program, they will also take approximately 2 years to complete. Those holding a Masters in Nutrition degree may sit for our examination. The following courses are not listed in any particular order:
New York Chiropractic College
Kimberly McCrea 717.387.3146
36 credits (540 contact hours) Online Masters of Science in Applied Nutrition
University of Bridgeport
University of Western States
Maryland University of Integrated Health
Other Post-Graduate Nutrition Programs
College of Integrative Medicine
Certified Integrative Healthcare Practitioner - 300 hr program