Early Admission Program
Do you plan to pursue a career in chiropractic medicine, dentistry or pharmacy? Do you want to enroll in these programs after three years instead of four? Viterbo University makes it possible, and still allows you to earn a Viterbo bachelor’s degree.
Viterbo students complete a required three years of course work towards a degree in biology or natural science (with a biology emphasis). They then apply to graduate programs that only require students to finish 90 hours of undergraduate work, (such as dental, pharmacy and chiropractic programs). If accepted he or she will receive a bachelor’s degree from Viterbo after successful completion of the first year of graduate school (and follow the correct course path during their three years at Viterbo).
Articulation agreements take it one step further, and guarantee admissions to the graduate program if the criteria are met (see pre-health coordinator). Viterbo currently has articulation agreements with Logan College of Chiropractic, Palmer College of Chiropractic, University of Western States Chiropractic Program, and Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine.
For more information:
Michael Alfieri, Ph.D.
Coordinator, School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics