The Campbellsville University School of Chiropractic will feature a tuition 20% lower than most other programs, an innovative curriculum for doctors and business leaders…
Campbellsville University (CU), a private Christina university in Campbellsville, Ky., just south of Louisville, announced it will “introduce a new model of chiropractic education with the opening of its School of Chiropractic.”
With a recently completed state-of-the-art, 45,000-square-foot facility, the doctoral program will be the first in the Commonwealth of Kentucky and the only one within a 300-mile radius.
“The School of Chiropractic represents a major milestone in the history of Campbellsville University as well as the Commonwealth of Kentucky. As the eighth school in the Campbellsville University system, it signals the institution’s continued commitment to develop distinctive professional training at the graduate level,” said Dr. H. Keith Spears, interim president of Campbellsville University. “For more than 100 years, Campbellsville University has been committed to a mission in educational excellence. Now our Doctor of Chiropractic program will attract an entirely new group of students eager to practice integrative health care and promote overall well-being to Central Kentucky.”
CU will become the 20th nationally-accredited chiropractic doctoral graduate program in the country and only the fourth affiliated with a regionally-accredited liberal arts university. Classes will begin in January 2022.
The unique program will “simultaneously prepare students to succeed as a new doctor and as the CEO of a small business — a distinctive advantage considering 85% of chiropractors own their own practice at some point in their career.”
The CU School of Chiropractic will feature a tuition 20% lower than most other programs, an innovative curriculum for doctors and business leaders, cutting-edge touch screen Anatomage tables that replace the traditional use of cadavers for anatomy and physiology, Force Sensing Table Technology™ that simulates chiropractic adjustments and gives students real-time feedback, Kinetisense 360 motion capture software that adds the power of artificial intelligence to help students develop better diagnostics in a clinical setting, a radiology suite and more.
CU is a Kentucky-based Christian university with more than 12,500 students offering over 100 programs of study including Ph.D., master, baccalaureate, associate, pre-professional, and certification programs. Learn more at campbellsville.edu.