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Copyright 1966, American Medical Association
Reprinted from JAMA 197:999-1005, 1966.

Educational Background of
Chiropractic School Faculties (1966)

Catalog Analysis
Texas Chiropractic College

Source of information: Page 28 of the 1965-1966 catalog.

The one unconfirmed degree is from a school that appears to be nonexistent, either past or present. The North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools has no record of the school in question. Confirmed academic degrees include seven bachelors degrees, one masters degree (MS), and one bachelor of laws (LLB) degree.

The dean of the school holds both a BS and MS degree in engineering and is listed in the catalog as teaching pathology and principles. The instructor in physiology and x-ray holds a BS degree with a major in biology. The clinic director holds a BS degree in industrial arts. The instructor in diagnosis and pathology holds a BA degree with a major in biology. The instructor in diagnosis holds an AB degree with a major in psychology. The one individual who lists only a DC degree teaches public relations.

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