Master of Science in Sports Science and Rehabilitation
Advanced training is essential for professionals planning to work with athletes. A specialized advanced degree at the master's level will set practitioners apart from their peers. This program will also prepare graduates for opportunities in research and teaching.
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The National Strength and Conditioning Association officially recognizes Logan University's Program in Graduate Studies.
Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialists (CSCS)
NSCA-Certified Personal Trainer (NSCA-CPT)
Tactical Strength & Conditioning-Facilitators (TSAC-F)
Certified Special Population Specialist (CSPS)
ACSM Health Fitness Specialist (HFS)
For MS/DC Only:
Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician (CCSP)
Diplomate in American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians (DACBSP)
International Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician Exam (ICCSP)
NOTE: CSCS, NSCA and ACSM are among the more widely recognized certifications for those who work with athletic injuries. Please contact the ACBSP for further information regarding the credential requirements.
Logan has created a hybrid online format to attract both practicing healthcare professionals and students looking for flexibility. Our faculty share class lectures with students online so they may study from home or while in practice. Logan schedules the hands-on campus instruction in a format that honors distant learners’ time and travel investments. For additional information, view the Academic Catalog.
For questions about online course regulations, please view your state's local listings.
Logan University is located on 112 acres in Chesterfield, Missouri. The sprawling campus features the Montgomery Health Center, an 18-hole disc golf course, sand volleyball courts, athletic field, Wellness Center and more! Schedule a visit by emailing Admissions@logan.edu or take a virtual tour.
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Concurrent MS/DC Degree Program
The dual-degree educational pathway allows students entering the Doctor of Chiropractic Program to complete a portion of their Master’s Degree requirements while completing their doctoral studies.
Students will be aided in selecting possible sites for their internship work, which must provide them with experience in one or more of the following study or treatment areas: anatomy/biomechanics, exercise programming/physiology, aging/human development, risk factors/pathophysiology, human behavior/psychology, health appraisal/fitness testing, safety/injury prevention/emergency care, nutrition/weight management and electrocardiography.
Logan has placed students with university athletic programs, ranging from the community college to the Division I level, and select internships with prestigious health care organizations. Students may also arrange their own clinical internship course in an approved designated program with licensed health care providers such as a DC, MD, DO, etc.
Students have recently completed their internship at locations such as:
University of Missouri-Columbia
Walter Read National Military Medical Center
L.A. Sport and Spine
Disabled Athletic Sports Association
Elite Performance Academy
University of Iowa
University of Notre Dame
Wisconsin Special Olympics
Degree Goals & Course Info
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Tuition & Fees
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