Undergraduate / FAST
Logan University offers undergraduate science courses to assist students in preparation for the Doctor of Chiropractic program. Students are able to complete two courses at a time and complete an academic year of material in one trimester. The Office of Admissions can provide direction on which courses are suggested to be prepare each student for the Doctor of Chiropractic program.
Flexible Accelerated Science Track (FAST)
The FAST program is designed to help you complete your basic science coursework at a faster pace and complete two semesters (one academic year) of credit in selected science courses in one 15-week trimester. Each trimester is broken into two-7.5 week sessions with a maximum of two FAST courses per-session allowed. Students can complete the following courses either online, or on campus:
Human Biology I with lab (on-campus only)
Human Biology II with lab
General Chemistry I and II with labs
Organic Chemistry I and II with labs
Physics I and II with labs
Bachelor of Science
The Bachelor of Science degrees at Logan University are completed in conjunction with the Doctor of Chiropractic program; a student must be enrolled in the Doctor of Chiropractic program to be eligible for either degree program. Bachelor degree options are available based on the types of courses completed in preparation for the Doctor of Chiropractic program. Since some states require a Bachelor’s Degree prior to obtaining a license to practice, these degrees will help with meeting licensure procedures. Some state licensing boards may require additional education upon beginning a chiropractic program. Students should consult with the Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards.
Bachelor of Science in Human Biology
The Bachelor of Science Degree in Human Biology is a comprehensive program of study requiring successful
completion of a minimum of 124 semester hours. The curriculum focuses on the study of human biology requiring prerequisite courses in English, psychology, social science, humanities, general biology, general and organic chemistry, physics and college algebra.
Bachelor of Science in Life Science (3+3 Program)
The Bachelor of Science Degree in Life Science is a broad based program of study requiring successful completion of a minimum of 119 semester hours. The curriculum provides a generalized study of the biological sciences, allowing flexibility in the prerequisite coursework selection.
Questions? Contact the Office of Admissions at Admissions@logan.edu.
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