Bachelor's Degree Requirements by U.S. State Board


State Bachelor's Degree Required?   State Bachelor's Degree Required?
Alabama Yes   Montana Yes
Alaska No   Nebraska Under consideration
Arizona No   Nevada No
Arkansas No   New Hampshire No
California No   New Jersey No



No   New Mexico No
Connecticut No   New York No
Delaware No   North Carolina Yes
District of Columbia No   North Dakota No
Florida Yes   Ohio Yes
Georgia No   Oklahoma No
Hawaii No   Oregon No
Idaho No   Pennsylvania No
Illinois No   Rhode Island Yes (pre-chiropractic)
Indiana No   South Carolina No
Iowa No   South Dakota Yes
Kansas Yes   Tennessee Yes-applicants who matriculated into chiropractic college in the year 2000 or later must have a bachelors degree prior to licensure.  Contact board.
Kentucky Under consideration   Texas No
Louisiana Yes   Utah No
Maine No   Vermont Under consideration
Maryland Yes   Virginia No
Massachusetts No   Washington No-must complete 1/2 of the requirements for a baccalaureate degree
Michigan No   West Virginia Yes (pre-chiropractic matriculation)
Minnesota No   Wisconsin Yes
Mississippi No   Wyoming No
Missouri Requires a minimum of 90 hours   Puerto Rico No information
       Virgin Islands

 *Consult the licensing board to verify no changes have occurred                                                                                                                                                          Updated 1/24/2017