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Academics

Curriculum

Your Career. Your Curriculum.

At Logan, our mission is to develop the future leaders of integrated health care. We are committed to an outcome-based, evidence-informed curriculum with hands-on training that empowers students to learn and perform at the same time. Teaching more proven techniques than any other chiropractic college, Logan lets you customize your curriculum to match your goals. Choose from 15 proven techniques as well as optional master’s degree programs in Nutrition, Sports Science and Health Informatics.

Students practicing techniques on each other in class.

YEAR ONE

Trimesters 1–3

During your first year, you’ll spend 40% of your time in hands-on clinical skill courses. You’ll begin your studies by obtaining an understanding of science through classes in anatomy, biochemistry and physiology. Lay the foundation for chiropractic knowledge by studying the principles of chiropractic and fundamentals of diagnostic imaging. Engage in hands-on, faculty-guided, clinical methods training to integrate classroom learning with real-world applications.

Student and instructor working on an adjustment.

YEAR TWO

Trimesters 4–6

In year two, you’ll spend 90% of your time in hands-on clinical skill courses while building on the knowledge acquired in year one. You will strengthen your science foundation with courses in neurological disorders, applied physiology and internal disorders. You’ll also incorporate classes such as accounting and finance for health care, statistics for health care and professional ethics to ensure you’ll be practice-ready on graduation.

Chiropractic student working on patient.

YEAR THREE

Trimesters 7–10

In year three, you’ll spend 100 percent of your time treating patients and learning management skills. A vast amount of your time will be spent on clinical rotations, perfecting your clinical skills. You’ll continue building your clinical understanding with advanced courses in clinical psychology and dermatology.

Assessment Center

Clinical experience for both DC and master’s degree students begins in the Assessment Center. Working with fellow students and standardized patients trained to simulate specific conditions, you’ll gain hands-on experience assessing symptoms and recommending treatments. This multidisciplinary learning environment will empower you to become more proficient in all areas of patient care as you proceed through the Logan clinic system.