Accredited/Approved DC Programs

A candidate must be currently attending or have graduated from a DC program that has either been accredited by a Council on Chiropractic Education International (CCEI) member agency or that has been approved by a Canadian Provincial Chiropractic Regulatory Board.  

Accredited Canadian DC Programs:

DC Programs are accredited by three regional bodies. A full listing of accredited DC Programs for each region can be found on the web sites below.


Federation of Canadian Chiropractic (FCC)

Australia, New Zealand, & Asia

Council on Chiropractic Education Australasia (CCEA)


European Council on Chiropractic Education (ECCE)

Approved non-CCEI member agency-accredited DC programs
A list of approved DC Programs can be found here.

In Canada, licensure requirements are the responsibility of the provincial regulatory boards.  Licensure requirements vary among the jurisdictions.  Completion of CCEB exams does not guarantee licensure in any particular province.  Candidates are encouraged to confirm the specific requirements in the jurisdiction where they intend to practice.  A list of the provincial regulatory boards with contact information appears on this website under Resources, Provincial Regulatory Boards,