Northeast College and Manhattan College Announce Educational Partnership
Northeast College of Health Sciences (formerly New York Chiropractic College) and Manhattan College have announced their enhanced educational partnership which includes four newly articulated programs. Students will now have seamless pathways to save time and money while securing their admission to Northeast College.
The partnership lets Manhattan College students who are majoring in biochemistry, biology, chemistry, or exercise sciences participate in the 4+3 articulation track. This allows them to complete their undergraduate degree at Manhattan College and guarantee early admission (contingent on requirements) into Northeast College's Doctor of Chiropractic program, even as the students continue to earn their bachelor's degrees.
With guided support from both institutions, students avoid spending time and money on unnecessary coursework and begin their path to Northeast by submitting a Letter of Intent, signed by their undergraduate advisor.
ABOUT NORTHEAST COLLEGE: Northeast College of Health Sciences, formerly New York Chiropractic College, in Seneca Falls, N.Y., offers an education like no other to build professionals who have no equal. The College is recognized as a leading institution for the education and training of natural healthcare professionals and academicians, and its graduate programs in areas such as chiropractic, nutrition, and health sciences education are rooted in a commitment to academic excellence, leadership, and professional best practices. For more information about educational partnerships at Northeast College, visit www.nycc.edu/admissions/articulation.
ABOUT MANHATTAN COLLEGE: Manhattan College is located at West 242nd Street near Broadway in the Riverdale section of the Bronx, one mile from the Westchester County line and accessible by MTA subway line No. 1. For directions to the campus, visit www.manhattan.edu.
Founded in 1853, Manhattan College is an independent, Lasallian Catholic, coeducational institution of higher learning offering more than 40 major programs of undergraduate study in the areas of liberal arts, business, education and health, engineering and science, along with continuing and professional studies, and a graduate division. For more information about Manhattan College, visit www.manhattan.edu.