School of Academic/ Faculty

School of Health Sciences

Course Highlight/ Description

The IMU Chiropractic programme is accredited by the
Council on Chiropractic Education Australasia (CCEA) and
Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA). Chiropractic students are guided through the
curriculum via a combination of lectures, discussions,
practical laboratory sessions, as well as self-directed
and simulated clinical settings. From the first
semester onwards, Chiropractic students learn to
enhance their sense of touch and develop manual
skills to detect and correct problems with the joints
of the body, especially those of the spine (neck,
back and pelvis). As students progress through the
curriculum, these hands-on activities increase,
ultimately, students are involved in the supervised
diagnosis and management of actual patients. In the
final stages of training, students manage real patients
throughout their care programme in a supervised
Chiropractic centre.


Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Chiropractic (IMU) or Degree from partner


February and September

Course Duration

4 - 5 years

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