Accredited Programs

CCEA is the entity responsible for accrediting chiropractic programs in Australia, New Zealand and the Asian region.

Australia and New Zealand

The following Chiropractic Programs in Australia and New Zealand hold Accredited Status with the CCEA:

AUSTRALIA 
Macquarie University, Sydney, New South Wales

Bachelor of Chiropractic Science / Master of Chiropractic

Qualifications deemed equivalent by the Chiropractic Board of Australia:

  • Graduate Diploma of Chiropractic Science plus Master of Chiropractic
  • Graduate Certificate of Chiropractic Science plus Master of Chiropractic
  • Masters Qualifying Program (MQual) (non-award) plus Master of Chiropractic
  • 3 year Master of Chiropractic (current)
To end of June 2024
Murdoch University, Perth, Western Australia

Bachelor of Science in Chiropractic Science/Bachelor of Clinical Chiropractic

To end of June 2024

RMIT University, Bundoora, Victoria

Bachelor of Health Science/Bachelor of Applied Science (Chiropractic)

To end of June 2021

Central Queensland University, Mackay/Brisbane, Queensland/Sydney, New South Wales Bachelor of Science (Chiropractic)/Master of Clinical Chiropractic To end of November 2024
NEW ZEALAND 
New Zealand College of Chiropractic Bachelor of Chiropractic To end of June 2021

Asia

The following Chiropractic Programs in Asia hold Accredited Status with the CCEA:

ASIA 
Hanseo University, Korea                                                                                                           Bachelor of Health Sciences/Doctor of Chiropractic                                                      To end of December 2021
Tokyo College of Chiropractic, Japan Doctor of Chiropractic To end of November 2021
International Medical University, Malaysia Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Chiropractic To end of April 2023

Historic Programs

The following Chiropractic Programs held Accredited Status with the CCEA:

Historic Programs 
RMIT Japan, Japan To end of April 2012