April 15, 2011 — The Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) has received written confirmation from the Honourable John Milloy, Minister, Training, Colleges and Universities, that he is granting continued consent for CMCC to award the Doctor of Chiropractic degree to its graduates for an unprecedented 10-year period.
According to Dr. Jean Moss, president of CMCC, this completes the documentation and verification of CMCC’s adherence to standards established by the Postsecondary Education Quality Assessment Board (PEQAB) and financial and student protection measures set out in legislation, for private institutions granted the right and privilege to offer degrees in Ontario.
CMCC was the first private academic institution granted consent to offer a second entry health profession baccalaureate degree in Ontario — a degree which is on par with other health professional degrees such as medicine and dentistry. We are proud to build on that legacy by becoming the first institution to be granted this extended period of consent — the maximum consent period granted in the past was five years.
CMCC is an accredited institution that is recognized as a leader in chiropractic education and research and patient care, offering a four year Doctor of Chiropractic degree.
Source: Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, www.cmcc.edu