Why should I choose Logan to pursue my BSLS?
Logan’s BSLS program gives you an accelerated option for obtaining your BS in Life Science and Doctor of Chiropractic degree. Instead of attending graduate school to become a Doctor of Chiropractic, Logan University provides an efficient solution to earning your DC at the same time as your BSLS. Through this program, gain the knowledge and skills to lead the future of natural health care at one of the nation’s first and most respected chiropractic colleges. Earn your bachelor’s degree where and when works best for you with our flexible online courses.
What are the admission requirements?
Students enrolling in the BSLS program are expected to also apply for Logan’s DC program. Students must meet admission requirements for both programs. In addition to completing the online application, students must request that an official transcript be sent directly to Logan University from accredited high school. Applicants must have a 2.5 CGPA from high school and a minimum ACT composite score of 23 or a SAT minimum composite score of 1100.
What are the benefits of having a BSLS?
This versatile degree is beneficial in finding well-paying jobs in the health services sector. A bachelor’s in life science degree can prepare you for many types of careers, whether they are in clinical or non-clinical settings. While earning your degree, you will develop many important analytical and problem-solving skills that are necessary to navigate the life science field. Having a degree in life science allows you to work with cutting-edge technology and equipment while getting the opportunity to work with patients of all ages.
How long does it take to become a chiropractor?
Before becoming a chiropractor, one must complete at least three years of undergraduate study in addition to a Doctor of Chiropractic degree program. These DC programs can take anywhere from three to five years. With Logan’s online BSLS program, students work toward their bachelor’s degree and Doctor of Chiropractic degree at the same time. Complete the first year of your DC program while wrapping up your bachelor’s degree. Logan lets you earn both degrees in just six years.
What are the required courses for this degree?
Students must meet the degree requirement when working toward their BSLS. Some of the required courses for this degree include physics, organic chemistry, general biology, and social and behavioral sciences. Additionally, hands-on lab courses are required to complete this degree program. Check out the academic degree plans on our website to learn more about our different courses.