Innovative Options for Accelerating Your Education
The Flexible Accelerated Science Track (FAST) program is designed to help students complete 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 8-week sessions with a maximum of two FAST courses per-session allowed.
Logan University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. As such, it is reasonable to assume credits are transferable across U.S. colleges and universities. Be aware that some institutions choose to only accept transferable coursework as electives. Some schools require copies of the course syllabus before approving a course for credit. Students should contact the institution of interest to inquire directly regarding institutional policy for accepting transfer credit from dual credit or concurrent enrollment courses prior to enrolling.
Early College Credit Program (ECCP)
Get a head start on your college coursework while still in high school. Logan’s Early College Credit Program allows qualified high school juniors and seniors to earn college credit while in high school. Qualified students may enroll in 100 or 200 level courses. Contact our Admissions Department to ask an Academic Success Coach for guidance on which courses best meet your background, interests and goals.
Collegiate School of Medicine and Bioscience (CSMB) Dual Enrollment Program
Receive a Logan University-caliber science education while still in high school. Through an innovative dual-enrollment partnership with the Collegiate School of Medicine and Bioscience, students at this St. Louis-area high school can take Physics and Chemistry courses taught by members of Logan’s renowned faculty. Not only will students earn credits toward their high school diploma, they can also earn up to 30 hours of transferable college credit. Contact our Admissions Department to learn more.
Earn your undergraduate degree from a college near you while progressing toward you Doctor of Chiropractic degree at Logan University. The 3+3 Program allows students to complete their three years of required undergraduate studies at one of more than 50 partner schools and complete the fourth year of undergraduate studies while enrolled in Logan’s Doctor of Chiropractic program. At the end of your first year of study toward their doctorate degree, you’ll be awarded a bachelor’s degree from the originating school. The agreement shortens the time to achieve a bachelor’s and a Doctor of Chiropractic degree by one year. Contact the Office of Admissions to learn more.