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With frequent Open Day tours to our world-class facilities, and the opportunity for high school students to visit our onsite environments, we continue to expand our positive reputation to both stakeholders and students alike.
The hands-on nature of our department also allows students to access an internationally recognised curriculum that explores the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of disorders associated with the musculoskeletal system. Students can also enjoy first-hand experiences in major sporting events across Sydney and NSW, as well as placements in aged care and health facilities. Contact us to find out more.
At Macquarie, we focus on evidence-based, scientifically driven, and industry-relevant learning. Our degrees are accredited and internationally recognised.
To become a practising chiropractor, accreditation under the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) requires:
- Completion of an accredited 5-year chiropractic program conducted at a university within Australia; or
- Completion of an accredited program overseas that satisfies the requirements as set by The Council on Chiropractic Education Australasia Inc (CCEA).
Through Macquarie University the pathway to gain registration as a chiropractor in Australia and New Zealand is the successful completion of both the Bachelor of Chiropractic Science and the Master of Chiropractic (minimum of 5 years full time study) programs at our university.