The Bachelor of Science degree in Anatomy, with an optional minor, provides a broad-based education in modern life science while offering the opportunity for students to concentrate their efforts within various biological disciplines. The Bachelor of Science curriculum includes a strong background in the supporting sciences: Chemistry, Physics, and Mathematics and prepares students for admission to graduate, medical, chiropractic, dental, optometric, and other health related programs. Graduates can also pursue careers in teaching and research or work in pharmaceutical, biomedical and biotechnology industries.

The Bachelor of Science with a Major in Anatomy is recommended for students intending to enroll in the Doctor of Chiropractic program but still need to meet admission requirements. First-time college students can acquire a BS in Anatomy with a minor, a Doctor of Chiropractic degree, and a master’s degree in 5.5 years. The Bachelor of Science degree in Anatomy includes the 90-hour prerequisites for admission to the Doctor of Chiropractic program at Parker. After successfully completing trimester four of the Doctor of Chiropractic program, students may apply to graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Anatomy. They may then apply for admission to a master's degree starting in trimester six of the Doctor of Chiropractic program. Students must meet admission requirements to other degree programs. Admission to master's degree programs is not guaranteed, and requirements may vary.