Central Scientific College

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Central Scientific College
Formation c. 1923
Predecessor Indiana Chiropractic College (1922)
Headquarters Indianapolis, Indiana
President & Dean O. J. Briggs
Main organ Central Scientific College News

The Central Scientific College of Chiropractic was an Indiana-based scholastic enterprise (or diploma mill), formed by O. J. Briggs in 1923 as a successor to his Indiana Chiropractic College (organised in 1922), which offered to students the degrees of "Doctor, Master and Philosopher of Chiropractic,"[1] with courses in "Anatomy, Physiology, Chemistry, Pathology, Toxicology, Histology, Gynecology, Psychology, Salesmanship, Nerve Tracing, Palpation, Spinal Analysis, Chiropractic, Neurology, Hygiene, Symptomatology, Principles and Philosophy of Chiropractic, and Technique of Chiropractic."[1]

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Esarey, Logan (1924), "Otis James Briggs, A.B., D.C., Ph.D.", History of Indiana From Its Exploration to 1922, 4, Dayton, Ohio: Dayton Historical Publishing Co., http://debmurray.tripod.com/marion/marbioref-33.htm