Logan University Grants 176 Undergraduate Degrees at February 25 Commencement on Campus
February 27, 2011
Logan University has officially awarded 176 students with the undergraduate degrees of either the Bachelor of Science in Human Biology or the Bachelor of Science in Life Science. The formal degree commencement ceremony was held February 25, 2012 in the William D. Purser, DC Center on the Logan campus.
The commencement was led by Logan President George A. Goodman, DC, FICC; Elizabeth A. Goodman, DC, PhD, dean of university programs; and Dr. Angela Reeves McCall, assistant vice president of academic affairs. Logan faculty member Atanas V. Ignatov, PhD, associate professor and chairperson of the basic science division, presented the commencement speech.
About Logan College of Chiropractic/University Programs
Established in 1935, Logan has 950 students, representing most states and several foreign countries, at its 112-acre campus in Chesterfield, Mo., a western suburb of St. Louis, and is one of the largest chiropractic colleges or universities in North America. Logan University offers Master of Science degrees in Sports Science and Rehabilitation, and Nutrition and Human Performance as well as two undergraduate degrees in Human Biology or Life Science with an Accelerated Science Program (ASP) option to complete pre-requisite coursework at an accelerated pace.
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