Life University (LIFE) takes pride in announcing the newest graduates of its distinguished doctor of chiropractic program. At the College of Chiropractic Commencement on Friday, September 21, 2018, LIFE awarded to 74 of its national and international students this esteemed degree at its Marietta, Georgia, campus.
Pardeep Kullar, DC, a graduate of both UCLA and Pepperdine University, has stepped into a new role as Vice President of Academic Affairs at Life Chiropractic College West in Hayward, Calif. Kullar, DC, will focus not only on academics but also educational effectiveness and online learning. She has been heavily involved in the accreditation process and understands what it takes to create effective learning institutions.
Life Chiropractic College West is starting a Masters of Radiology program, a three-year program at the Hayward, Calif., campus that will add an additional degree program to the college’s curriculum. According to Dr. Scott Donaldson, Life West received accreditation approval for the radiology residency program from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges in July 2018.
University of Western States (UWS), a leader in the education of health care professionals, announced the addition of new clinical mental health counseling (CMHC) master’s and doctoral degrees in collaboration with the sport and performance psychology program. The 90-quarter credit master’s degree in CMHC can be completed in 8-12 quarters. A minimum undergraduate GPA of 2.75 on a 4.0 scale is required for admittance.
William Penn University (WPU) in Oskaloosa, Iowa signed an agreement with Palmer College of Chiropractic (PCC) in Davenport, Iowa, allowing qualified students the opportunity to save a year’s worth of time and money while earning their undergraduate and graduate degrees. It’s designed to meet the educational goals of William Penn University students who exemplify strong academic credentials and a commitment to pursue graduate education.