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Our helpful Admissions Professional will provide you with as much information as you need to assess whether you’re ready to begin your Naprapathic career training. In other words, they’ve got your back! Southwest University of Naprapathic Medicine is a small, tight knit and highly supportive community. At our school all staff, beyond Admissions Representatives, are committed to helping you reach your highest potential. We’re here to help with any of your queries, or aches for that matter!
The specific requirements of entrance into the program leading to the Doctor of Naprapathy degree are:
- Completion of Bachelors degree earned at an appropriately accredited institution
- A minimum GPA of 2.5 (on a 4.0 scale) from an accredited institution of higher education
- A minimum of 6 semester hours in each of the following: English composition, Humanities, Natural and Physical Sciences, Biology, Chemistry and Social Sciences
- Pass a criminal background check.
You must submit your official transcripts from all colleges and universities attended, forwarded directly from the institution to the Registrar. If shortlisted you will also have an intake interview with an Admissions Representative.
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As a catalyst for the Naprapathic movement, SUNM aims to advance the Complementary and Allied Health industry with the superior quality and professionalism of its graduates. If you’re ready for a rewarding career as a Naprapathic doctor, Contact Us and we’ll help you get started! Or give us a call at 1-505-467-8777 to speak to a friendly admissions counselor today.