CPAP 1500 - Chiropractic Assembly
A part of the D.C. curriculum at Life University is a fourteen quarter series of one-hour philosophy lectures. Attendance of three each quarter is required for graduation. These lectures provide the student with an opportunity to receive up-to-date information relating to the current trends within the chiropractic profession - on a local as well as an international level. These seminars further permit ongoing communication and philosophy reinforcement throughout the D.C. curriculum.
Chiropractic Assembly is a quarterly program of one hour assemblies held in the Main Gym. Chiropractic Assemblies are scheduled at 11:00-11:50 a.m. on Thursdays. Chiropractic Assemblies feature invited speakers from within and outside the Life University community, presenting up-to-date information relating to current philosophic, scientific, clinical, political and educational trends within the chiropractic profession, both locally and internationally, as well as presentations related to Life University’s Eight Core Proficiencies. One Assembly each quarter is devoted to communication between the president of the University and the student body. Three Assemblies are offered each quarter, usually during weeks two (2), four (4) and six (6), although the dates may vary depending on the invited speakers’ schedules.
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