Logan College of Chiropractic/University Programs Welcomes New Students to its Chesterfield Campus
May 15, 2013
Logan College of Chiropractic/University Programs welcomed more than 150 new students to its campus this May. The number includes new Doctor of Chiropractic Degree, Master of Science Degree and undergraduate students enrolled in Logan’s Accelerated Science Program (ASP). For Logan’s flagship program, the Doctor of Chiropractic Degree, it was the largest May class since 2007, including an increase of approximately 15 percent from May 2012.
“We’re very pleased with the number of Doctor of Chiropractic, master’s degree and undergraduate students who enrolled at Logan this spring,” said Dr. Boyd A. Bradshaw, vice president of enrollment management. “Much of our enrollment success can be attributed to our innovative curriculum and high quality programs. Logan continues to display its exemplary reputation as one of the best chiropractic colleges and universities in North America.”
Dr. Bradshaw pointed out that ASP gives students the opportunity to get familiar and settled in at Logan before beginning their Doctor of Chiropractic studies. Many of these Doctor of Chiropractic candidates enroll to complete their prerequisites on-campus and online, particularly courses in biology, general chemistry, organic chemistry and physics.
About Logan College of Chiropractic/University Programs
Since 1935, Logan College of Chiropractic/University Programs has been preparing students to enter the health care marketplace to become successful Doctors of Chiropractic. To fulfill individual professional goals, Logan also offers its students, graduates and other professionals a choice of two academic master’s programs, offered both online and in an on-campus format, a Master of Science in Sports Science and Rehabilitation, and a Master of Science in Nutrition and Human Performance. Other program offerings include undergraduate coursework including an Accelerated Science Program to help students complete their basic science coursework at an accelerated pace, offered in both online and on-campus formats, and two baccalaureate degrees -- a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Biology and a Bachelor of Science degree in Life Science.