Bachelor’s-level students will complete a core curriculum of 38 clinical core hours and 18 other core credit hours as well as 4 elective or specialization credit hours for a total of 60 credit hours. Master’s-level students will complete a core curriculum of 9 core credit hours and 15 elective or specialization credit hours for a total of 24 credit hours.
Some specialization tracks may require a seminar prerequisite; view the Continuing Professional Education section for more details. Certification tracks require residency/onsite participation through CPE (Continuing Professional Education) at USAHS for those seeking to learn and enhance manual therapy knowledge and skills that culminate into preparation for a certification. The Manual Therapy, Primary Care, and Craniofacial specializations lead to a certification upon successful completion of coursework, clinical education completion, and passing the related certification exam.