Logan University offers a variety of ways students can earn their Bachelor's Degree. Class formats include on-campus and online classes. Logan University's academic year centers on 15-week trimesters. There are three trimesters per year, starting in January, May and September. The trimester format allows more flexibility for students in how courses are taken and when students start the program.
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Bachelor of Science in Human Biology
Logan also offers Accelerated Science Courses designed to help students complete basic science coursework at a faster pace.
Logan University offers a bachelor's completion degree program for students who are interested in preparing for graduate studies, applying for admission to professional health programs such as chiropractic, medicine, osteopathy, podiatry, dentistry or those who are seeking entrance to the workforce. The degree is offered as a flexible option, both online and on campus as a hybrid format. Tailored for students for who have already started an associate's or bachelor's degree-having earned at least 30 semester hours of college credit-this degree is an excellent option for students entering the next phase of their education.
Students who have not completed the natural sciences credit hours are able to take accelerated sciences courses, know as Flexible Accelerated Science Track (FAST)
The Bachelor of Science in Human Biology consists of 119 credit hours.
Bachelor of Science in Life Science (3+3 Program)
Logan University offers a 3+3 option for students interested in a career as a Doctor of Chiropractic. The Bachelor of Science in Life Science degree consists of 120.5 credit hours and is offered to those students who have been accepted into the Doctor of Chiropractic Degree Program
Undergraduate students work with their Academic Advisor to complete the courses needed to fulfill the requirements for both an undergraduate degree and the entrance requirements for the Doctor of Chiropractic Program.
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Degree Requirements & Info - B.S. in Human Biology
Degree Requirements & Info - B.S. in Life Science
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